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The British Film Institute, the government and film culture, 1933-2000

Author: Geoffrey Nowell-Smith; Christophe Dupin
Publisher: Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press : Distributed in the United States exclusively by Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
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The British Film Institute (BFI) is one of the UK's oldest and most important government-supported cultural institutions. From a modest start in the 1930s it grew rapidly after the war to encompass every kind of film-related activity from production to archiving to exhibition to education. At the beginning of the twenty-first century its turnover was approaching £30m and it had become a central point of reference  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Geoffrey Nowell-Smith; Christophe Dupin
ISBN: 9780719079085 071907908X
OCLC Number: 779881498
Description: xvi, 331 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Foreword / Sir Denis Forman --
Introduction / Christophe Dupin and Geoffrey Nowell-Smith --
Foundation and early years / Geoffrey Nowell-Smith --
Postwar renaissance / Geoffrey Nowell-Smith --
'Je t'aime ... moi non plus': Ernest Lindgren and Henri Langlois pioneers of the film archive movement / Christophe Dupin --
The BFI and film exhibition, 1933-1970 / Christophe Dupin --
The vanguard of film appreciation: the film society movement and film culture, 1945-1965 / Richard MacDonald --
From the 1964 Labour government to the 1970 BFI crisis / Geoffrey Nowell-Smith --
The view from outside London / Melanie Selfe --
Paddy Whannel and BFI Education / Terry Bolas --
The 1970s / Geoffrey Nowell-Smith --
The Smith years / Geoffrey Nowell-Smith --
The BFI and film production: half a century of innovative independent film-making / Christophe Dupin --
The BFI and television / Richard Paterson --
The Sight and sound story, 1932-1992 / Geoffrey Nowell-Smith --
A public showcase for the BFI: the Museum of the Moving Image / Lorraine Blakemore --
Towards the millennium / Geoffrey Nowell-Smith --
Epilogue 2011 / Geoffrey Nowell-Smith.
Responsibility: edited by Geoffrey Nowell-Smith and Christophe Dupin.
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Film studies, cultural studies, modern British history, politics  Read more...

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"The book is wide ranging in scope, covering not only the BFI, but 75 years of British cultural life, including film societies, the film archive movement and the Museum of the Moving Image." -- . Read more...

 
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