Yorkshire Film Archive and Hull-based heritage, education and performing arts group, The History Troupe, are delighted to announce the launch of Memory Bank: Hull – a new reminiscence resource based on Hull’s film heritage collections, revealed once more for everyone to see and enjoy.
A new documentary ‘A New Life in Huddersfield – Memories of Partition and Migration’ reveals untold stories from Partition survivors on how they escaped the violence, fled their homelands and eventually settled into new lives in Huddersfield. On Tuesday 22nd May, the documentary premiered to over 80 special guests at the Heritage Quay in Huddersfield.
BRRRRRRRRRR ... it’s February and -3 outside, but the winter sun is doing its best to keep our Vitamin D at decent levels, so be brave and have a quick walk. Afterwards you can grab a cup of tea before watching a most delightful film called Skating and Snow (1936-1953).
Made by a Sheffield-based amateur filmmaker, K.G. Tofield, Skating and Snow is a collection of four films which capture the beautiful winter scenery and the seemingly exceptional talented skaters in the Sheffield area.
As part of BFI’s Unlocking Film Heritage programme, YFA has added new titles from Yorkshire and the North East, expanding our Animation Collection.
The North East Film Archive is looking for a highly-motivated, experienced Delivery Manager to work with audiences across the region on its new Heritage Lottery Funded project - North East on Film.
Christmas 2017, where did that last year go?! This is a time of many traditions, when families by and large get together to over-eat and over-drink, having over-spent. In our family, traditions are key to the smooth running of a successful few days of over-indulgence.
YFA are seeking a consultant to advise on our future digital offer to audiences, users and commercial clients and contribute to informing YFA’s plans for creating proactive digital delivery and engagement framework to transform public interaction with our screen heritage collections, as well as positioning us as a proactive and efficient provider of screen heritage content to commercial users.
On the 50th anniversary of the great American civil rights leader Martin Luther King’s visit to the University of Newcastle in 1967 to receive an honorary degree, North East Film Archive remembers an amazing discovery of a rare TV interview with Dr King, which cast fresh light on black British broadcast history. Who was the forgotten pioneer who got to meet his hero on that day?
There is not a dull moment in the calendar as this time of year seems to get busier and busier. Halloween is over, but it is followed on very quickly with Bonfire Night on 5th November. In the past, we also had to get through Mischievous Night – the evening before Guy Fawkes night – when children, mainly in the north of England, traditionally played small tricks on the neighbours.
YFA are seeking a consultant/s with experience and expertise to deliver options for meeting the future operational digital infrastructure needs of the organisation in terms of digital storage, collections management, operational workflows, and access to film collections through a robust digital asset management system.