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  • 2014 Kraszna-Krausz Book Awards

    Last night the winners of this years 2014 Kraszna-Krausz Book Awards were announced at the Sony World Photography Awards. The top 10 books in each category are on exhibit in the Sony World Photography Awards Winners’ Exhibition, Somerset House west wing from 1 to 18 May 2014 Best Photography Book Award: Sergio Larrain: Vagabond Photographer by […]

  • Professor Mike Clark RIP

    It is with sadness that we report that Professor Michael Clark died on Friday 11 April. Mike died following a long illness that spanned more than 7 years – he had a rare form of cancer of the liver that, for a long period, was held in check by a specialist therapy.  Mike remained active […]

  • The latest edition of Viewfinder is here

    Viewfinder 94 includes articles on European heritage, movie idols, Shakespeare on screen, the work of the National STEM Centre and the launch of the BUFVC’s new UPITN digital resource

  • Latest reviews published at Viewfinder Online

    Some of the latest book and DVD reviews over at Viewfinder Online include: The Riddles of the Sphinx Dr Patti Gaal-Holmes reviews this new BFI release of the seminal avant-garde film by Laura Mulvey and Peter Wollen Hollywood and Hitler, 1933-1939 by Thomas Doherty Professor Jo Fox reviews a new history of Nazi representation in […]

  • Winter Viewfinder is here

    Viewfinder 93 includes articles on Jacobean drama online, the Holocaust on film, European cinema on-demand, Jisc Netskills, Black and Asian contributions to British Shakespeare, the expanded BoB National service and much more.

  • Autumn issue of Viewfinder now out

    VIEWFINDER-92-cover-smallViewfinder 92 includes articles on science videos, Channel 4 press packs, the British Library’s speech-to-text activities, the REFRAME project and much more.

  • Join the Women’s Film and Television History Network

    Invitation to join the Women’s Film and Television History Network The Women’s Film and Television History Network is a group of researchers, teachers, archivists, collections managers, students, professionals, and enthusiasts engaged in exploring the contributions women have made to the emergence and development of film and television. We have come together to form the Women’s […]

  • New articles and reviews at Viewfinder Online

    Viewfinder Online aggregates some of the content from the Viewfinder print magazine but also published new and original material. Some of the latest items published on the site include: We Need to Talk about Dying Someone in Britain dies every minute but many risk missing out on having their end of life wishes met due […]

  • Summer Viewfinder is here

    Viewfinder 91 includes articles on audiovisual citation, 1960s British cinema-going, the online delivery of the Roundabout cinemagazine and Dziga Vertov’s early Soviet newsreels, accessing the archive of BBC World service … and much more!

  • Spring edition of Viewfinder is here

    Viewfinder 90 includes articles on British cinema colour, Mental Health TV, Kafka’s Metamorphosis, music, podcasting and more.