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1. San Francisco Media Archive: Collection of historically important films. General information including donation guidelines.
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2. Footage.net: Stock, archival, and news footage network. Instantly search the footage trade's best databases.
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3. Harvard Film Archive: Collects and screens fine foreign, art, historical, and other films.
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4. Agrasanchez Film Archives: Archives and sells copies of historic Mexican films and posters.
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5. Northern Ireland Digital Film Archive: Collection contains 55 hours of moving images about Northern Ireland from 1897-2000, including drama, animation, documentaries, news, newsreels, and amateur films.
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6. British Film Institute: Collections and Archives: Largest collection of television and film titles in Europe. Offers access to titles on several video formats.
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7. The New Zealand Film Archive: The Archive collects, protects and projects New Zealand's film and television history. Hosts nation-wide and online exhibitions, screenings and education programmes. Has research libraries in Auckland and Wellington.
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8. National Center for Jewish Film: Dedicated to preserving and sharing Jewish heritage. The collection includes features, documentaries, shorts, newsreels, and home movies. Distributes restored versions of rare Yiddish-language features.
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9. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Film Archive: Describes the collections and services offered by the Academy's motion picture archives and library.
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10. Association of Moving Image Archivists: Organization devoted to advancing the field of moving image archiving. Includes information on membership, conferences, publications, awards, and interest groups.
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11. Prelinger Archives: Collection of advertising, amateur, educational and industrial films that date from 1903 to 1990. Site includes historical and bibliographical resources on these genres.
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12. Association of Cinema and Video Laboratories: Organization comprised of motion picture laboratories, post production facilities and support companies, that is dedicated to the open exchange of technical information affecting filmmakers.
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13. Anthology Film Archives: Preserves and exhibits motion pictures. It collects literature and documents, and promotes understanding of cinema for students, scholars, the public.
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14. UCLA Film and Television Archive: California-based museum, containing over 220,000 films and television programs and newsreel footage. Items are available to the public via screenings, research facilities, and licensing as stock footage.
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15. George Eastman House: Motion Picture Collections: Collects and interprets images, films, and equipment in the disciplines of photography and motion pciture.
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16. Internet Moving Images Archive: From the Prelinger Archive, thousands of digitalized industrial, educational, travel, propaganda and other short films from 1903 to the 1970s available for free, online.
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17. Filmmakers Library: Collects, distributes, sells and leases documentary films and videos primarily for educational use. Subjects include psychology, sociology, anthropology and multicultural issues.
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18. National Film Preservation Board: A public-private partnership to benefit the film preservation efforts of American film archives, historical societies and similar institutions.
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19. Center for Motion Picture Study: Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences - the Oscars - film archive and Margaret Herrick Library. Located in Los Angeles. Free admission.
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20. Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies: A collection of over 3,800 videotaped interviews with witnesses and survivors of the Holocaust. Admission by appointment during term time.
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21. Media Archive for Central England: The moving image archive for the English Midlands. News, contact details, and a map of the region represented.
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22. The Film Reference Library: Located in Toronto, Ontario, collects and preserves materials for film education, research and production. Entrance charge.
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23. Cinemedia: Supports the growth and diversification of screen culture in Australia. Search for titles in the Cinemedia collection.
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24. American Film Institute: Silver Theatre and Louis B Mayer Library. Free admission to library, with booking advised for specific research.
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25. Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive: Centre for study and education with museum, gallery and film archive. Located in Berkeley, California. Entrance charge.
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26. ScreenSound Australia: Seeks to collect, preserve and share Australia's audio visual heritage.
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