Category Archives: Moving Images

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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Tate Channel: video & podcasts

The Tate Channel is a useful resource for art video.¬† Browse and search for footage about exhibitions, including the current Yayoi Kusama show, artist interviews, performance and films by artists. Some videos¬† focus on a particular artwork, for example, Iain … Continue reading

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Find moving images and audio

You can borrow from an exciting range of material on DVD and CD at London Met libraries: feature films, animation, art & design documentaries, TV broadcasts and video artworks. Audio CDs include art documentaries, music and sound effects. We also … Continue reading

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Discover Europe’s television heritage

EUscreen launched yesterday, offers free online access to videos, stills, texts and audio from European broadcasters and audiovisual archives. This is an exciting collaboration of 36 partners from 19 countries. Explore selected content from early 1900s until today. Discover how … Continue reading

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Free arty movies online

Open Culture Hundreds of quality movies online. Includes classics, indies, film noir and documentaries showcasing the talent of the greatest actors, actresses and directors.

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