British Film Institute History
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- experimental film - British Film Institute
- all films funded by the BFI between 1951 and 1976, but it also provides the first serious analysis of the Experimental Film Fund /.
- ISBD List Help - British Film Institute
- British Film Institute, 1986. 446p. illus.
- The British Film Institute and Its Publics:
- Further information. Christophe Dupin. AHRC History of the BFI Research Project .
- Whatever Happened to BFI Publishing?
- In its seventy-five-year history, the.
- UK Film FINAL-5
- and the BFI. The localist agenda also fits with a BFI history of regional engagement.
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- TV land: No place like home
- "British sitcom families were always allowed to bicker more than their American counterparts, but this full-on confrontation was game-changing," says Mark Duguid, TV curator of the British Film Institute.
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- Home | British Film Institute
- There's more to discover about film and television through the BFI.
- British Film Institute - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- History. The institute was founded in 1933.
- British Film Institute - QM History - Queen Mary, University of London
- British Film Institute research project in the Department of History, Queen Mary, University of London.
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