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Breakfast with Film Curators from IWM

21 March 2018

Drink, Shop, Do - 9 Caledonian Road, Kings Cross, London, N1 9DX

                             Breakfast with Film Curators from IWM

21st March 2018 - 9.00-11.00am

Come and join our 2nd event in our Breakfast with the Archives series.

   *   Enjoy tea, coffee and a breakfast pastry with IWM Film Curators and find out more about the IWM's unique film collection.

   *   Learn about Imperial War Museums' new offers for commercial users.

   *   Discuss your projects, delve into rarely before seen material and discover new stories for programmes.

The Film Curator Team " Jane Fish, Fiona Kelly and Helen Upcraft, invite you to join them for breakfast and a chat.

Admission is free

Sign-up soon - as spaces are limited!

When: 21st March 2018,  9.00 - 11.00am

Where: Drink Shop Do, 9 Caledonian Road, Kings Cross, London, N1 9DX


About: Imperial War Museum -  Film Archive

IWM has managed a Film Archive from its very beginnings as an institution, and the film collection now covers all aspects of conflicts in which British, Commonwealth or former Empire countries have been involved since the start of the twentieth century. Our constantly growing collection now extends to over 24,000 hours of moving images, representing a wide and diverse range of material from public and service information films, documentaries and unedited combat film, through to official newsreels and amateur films.

Highlights of the collection include the original 1916 record of The Battle of the Somme (now granted UNESCO Memory of the World status), Second World War unedited material shot by British Army Film and Photographic Unit (AFPU), RAF Film Unit and Admiralty cameramen, as well as a significant collection of amateur film – much of it in colour – covering wide areas of the former British Empire, the Second World War, India and Partition, and beyond.

IWM has a team of experienced film curators who offer assistance to commercial researchers and has recently upgraded its website designed for the needs of commercial users IWM Film.

For more information please visit