Story of the BFI National Archive at Aston Clinton 1939 – 1987 (Thurs 29th Sept, 7pm-9pm)

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Story of the BFI National Archive at Aston Clinton 1939 – 1987 (Thurs 29th Sept, 7pm-9pm)

29 September at 7:00 pm until 9:00 pm

£7.00

The British Film Institute National Archive is one of the largest archive of its kind in the world.  It began as the National Film Library in 1935.  Four years later it was located in Aston Clinton and moved to Berkhamsted in 1987.  As such it is very much part of our Chiltern Heritage.

This Festival talk is by Aston Clinton resident Angelo Lucatello. Film Conservation Specialist at the  BFI National Archive.

Angelo worked at the archive in Aston Clinton from starting on a Government run (YOP) Youth Opportunity Programme in 1982.  His talk covers a brief history of the archive, its people, restorations, processes and eventually its move to its new home in Berkhamsted.

All events will comply with government guidelines on Covid-19, applicable at the time.  If any Covid-19 outbreaks occur, or new restrictions are imposed, the event will be cancelled and a full refund given.

Details

Date:
29 September
Time:
7:00 pm until 9:00 pm
Cost:
£7.00
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Organiser

Lucy Davies

Venue

Aston Clinton Baptist Church
The Baptist Church, Green End Street
Aston Clinton, Aylesbury, Bucks HP22 5GE
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Story of the BFI (HF 29.9.22)
£ 7.00
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