• What About the Women?

    Moving images of women’s lives over the past 100 years from the Yorkshire/North East Film Archive.

    This new programme is supported by the BFI Film Audience Network as part of Changing Times: Women's Histories, a nationwide season celebrating women within the UK's screen heritage collections.  'What About the Women?' features a series of events and screenings based entirely on archive footage drawn from our collections.  

    8 March, 2019
  • Help us to preserve York's film heritage

    Do something special for York!

    YFA are asking for your help to support us in a very special campaign to preserve the rich film heritage of the city, and create a permanent legacy for everyone to see and enjoy, far into the future.

    14 February, 2019
  • Val's Winter Blog

    Here we are at the end of January!  Christmas is but a distant memory, you’ve lapsed on at least two new year resolutions, caught up on all the box sets and it’s wet, cold and dark outside. So, make yourself a nice cup of tea and snuggle down for a trip back in time.

    28 January, 2019
  • Born a Rebel blog: Part 2

    For her latest series of blogs, our fabulous volunteer, Val, has taken inspiration from a newly-commissioned short film, Born a Rebel: a collaboration between Cinema for All, Yorkshire, North East and North West Film Archives (find out more about the film). Here's part two - if you haven't seen part one, you can catch up here.

    15 January, 2019
  • 60 Years on Air with Tyne Tees TV

    Tyne Tees Television went on air at 5pm, January 15th 1959 from the City Road studios in Newcastle. A quarter of a million viewers watched on the first night. 60 years on, we’re inviting all the region’s goggle boxers to grab an armchair and binge watch some classic programmes and news clips created in the station’s first year through to the 80s, all from the huge archive collection of Tyne Tees telly on film preserved here at the North East Film Archive.

    14 January, 2019