East Anglian Film Archive
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Access to Archive Content for re-use in feature films and TV programmes:
EAFA can license archive footage for commercial projects. If you are wanting to re-use archive film for a commercial project, please contact us to discuss your requirements. We can advise on content and costs.
Digitisation of film and video:
EAFA offers a digitisation service for all film gauges (including 35mm, 16mm, 9.5mm, 8mm, and Super 8) and a wide range of tape formats (not limited to BetaSP, DigiBeta, 1”, UMatic, MII, and VHS).
We can provide film digital scanning to a 2k output, graded in Davinci Resolve. We use a CIR D-Archiver to digitally scan using a 2k lens. For further info, visit https://www.cir-srl.com/products/scanners/d-archiver-family-scanner-products/
Contact us with your requirements and to request a quote.
More about EAFA and its collections:-
The East Anglian Film Archive collects, preserves and provides access to the moving image heritage of the East of England( (Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk) and complementary collections including from Anglia Television, BBC East, and the Institute of Amateur Cinematographers. EAFA holds hundreds of collections from individuals, families and organisations connected with the region.
These comprise mainly non-fiction material since 1896: documentaries, local newsreels, publicity films, educational material, films by civic bodies and other regional organisations, home movies, and a large number of amateur collections.
The collection includes approximately 75,000 catalogue titles and 148,000 physical items in total in the vaults, with a growing number of films available to view online at www.eafa.org.uk and with films also featured on the British Film Institute’s BFI Player at https://player.bfi.org.uk/free
For further information about the archive’s collections and access please contact us.
EAFA has been awarded Archives Service Accreditation by The National Archives. Archive Service Accreditation defines good practice and agreed standards for archive services across the UK.