The Women’s Liberation Movement Oral History Project aims to provide a permanent archive on the pioneering work undertaken by feminists from the 1960s to the 1980s. Dr Margaretta Jolly, Reader in Cultural Studies, University of Sussex and Dr Polly Russell, Lead Curator, The British Library, provide a guide to a valuable historical resource.
Wide-ranging news, reviews, feature articles and comment for academic staff, students, researchers and information professionals exploring the production, study and use of film, television and related media in higher and further education.
In April 2014 the British Library opened its reading room for news. Its Broadcast News service records from 22 TV and radio channels. Luke McKernan looks beyond the headlines.
Dr Melanie Bell, Newcastle University, provides an overview of a new research project on the history of women’s contribution to British film and television production.
Dr Simon Goodwin enthuses about this new 13-part series now available in High Def.
Helen Jacey reviews the latest in the ‘Writing for TV’ series of books.
We review a look at how movie stars became gods – and vice versa.
Dr Susan Smith reviews a new study of the controversial Hitchcock film.
How important is sound in cinema? Robert S. C. Gordon looks at a new book on its impact in Italy.