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The Centre's initial research plan addresses two main issues. The first is primarily historical and focuses on archival collections. If our research is going to open out new areas of scholarship, the use of collections is a key consideration. For archives, at this present moment, the issue of academic, and other, access is also of the essence. The Centre intends to foster a two-way traffic between the communities, especially looking for innovative and unexpected uses for forgotten or neglected archival material. The second issue that the Centre will address is primarily contemporary and focuses on government policy and the cultural and economic priorities embodied in forthcoming communications legislation.

The Industrialisation of Culture: Pre and Early British Cinema

Public Service, Independence and Innovation in Film and Television

Aspects of Film and Television History: the Indigenous and the Exportable, the National and the Regional

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