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The 2012 BUFVC Guide to Copyright aims to provide support for those using moving image and sound media in higher and further education.
The 2011 BUFVC Handbook aims to provide a guide for anyone using moving image and sound media in higher and further education.
The 2010 edition of the BUFVC Handbook is aimed at information specialists, academic service providers, students and teachers.
Watched by millions, both in Britain and abroad, these fascinating ‘cinemagazines’ reflected all aspects of popular culture.
This classic history of early film and photography describes the scientific impulses behind sequence photographers like Muybridge whose work led directly to the birth of cinema.
This annual Handbook is for students, teachers and information specialists. It offers a snapshot view of the world of audio-visual media for the higher and further education communities.
Everything about the how and why of studying audiovisual Shakespeare is provided here, from silent cinema to the multiplex, from cat’s whiskers to YouTube.
Known as the media researcher’s ‘bible’ and first published in 1981, this seventh edition now has details for over 640 audio-visual collections from the United Kingdom and Ireland.
The Reader brings together over forty key texts on the British newsreels, from their silent beginnings to their revival as the ingredient of television documentaries.
John Turner worked as a cameraman for Gaumont-British News between 1937 and 1952. This is the first biographical account of someone who worked for the British newsreels to be published in over twenty years.
The fourth edition of the BUFVC Handbook feature articles on sixty years of the BUFVC, the new ERA+ licence for educational institutions using off-air television recordings, the exciting potential of radio archives,
The papers, presentations and proceedings of an international conference held at the National Film Theatre, London, between 2 and 4 October 1996