BFI seeks HE partner

July 2, 2004

The British Film Institute is seeking a higher education partner to help develop what is believed to be the world's most comprehensive film and TV library, writes Tony Tysome.

The BFI aims to create a centre for learning and research for film and TV, and extend access to its collections, which include 45,000 books, 5,000 periodical titles, press cuttings, sound recordings, scripts and a database on film and TV production.

Ray Templeton, BFI's head of library and education, hoped a higher education partner would also help the institute relocate to new and accessible premises.

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