Category Archives: Moving Images

Animation talk at the BFI Library

” Why does animation play such a central role in defining our expectations and experiences of popular fantasy cinema, and why do animators often use fantasy fiction as a source of inspiration? ” If this is a question that gets … Continue reading

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London Animation Festival

Inspiring all you animators out there, our current display in Aldgate library is to coincide with the London Animation Festival. “Founded in 2003, LIAF aims to dispel the popular misconception that animation is just cartoons for kids by screening the … Continue reading

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Have You Seen BoB? Yes ~ BoB is Now Live at London Met University

Online video tutorials Box of Broadcasts (BoB) Free clips from radio, TV and film for educational use only You can edit your own clips and embed links for online resources in WebLearn The University now has an activated subscription access … Continue reading

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“May the Fourth Be With You” Star Wars Day

Commercial Road Library staff have really enjoyed putting together this fun new exhibition of SCI-FI books and the extraterrestial  influence on art, architecture and design to celebrate Star Wars Day 4th of May We couldn’t resist this Monday Bank Holiday passing by … Continue reading

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Copyright Guidance for Creative Industries

New website devoted to the Visual Artist, Musician, Performer, Filmmaker, Writer and Developer Copyrightuser.org is an independent online resource aimed at making UK Copyright Law accessible to creators and members of the public. The goal is to provide answers to … Continue reading

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Art of the Title: feature film opening sequences

Art of the Title is an online collection of title sequence designs from film, television and video-games. The site contains both video clips and still images. The written commentaries on the sequences are informative and interesting. Search by title sequence, … Continue reading

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Britain at Work images & audio

The Union Makes Us Strong is a joint London Metropolitan University and TUC archive. Art, Design and Media students will find a rich source of work and social history photographs  on the website. The posters, pamphlets, and badges show how … Continue reading

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Arts on Film Archive

Arts on Film Archive offers on-line access to UK documentary films on art made since the 1950s. A valuable primary research resource and record of British and international post-war art. The database of over450 films is searchable and the results … Continue reading

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Arts Council’s new showcase

With the slogan The Arts – Live, Free and On Demand The Space digital arts platform sets out to provide a constantly updated supply of cultural viewing and listening. Developed by the Arts Council England and the BBC,  The Space … Continue reading

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Journal of European television history and culture

The Journal of European television history and culture is a new, open-access e-journal; an off-shoot of the EUscreen project. It will provide multi-media delivery of research material. The peer-reviewed academic research covers television studies & history, media studies & sociology … Continue reading

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