Wider Heritage Web Resources

Screen heritage resources from across the web:

BFI Screenonline 

Online encyclopedia of British film and television featuring hundreds of hours of film and television clips from the vast collections of the BFI National Archive.


The Cinema Projectionist

a digital archive and website on the history of cinema projection in Britain. It has been developed by the University of Warwick’s AHRC-funded Projection Project (2014-8) – a team researching the switch from 35mm film to digital projection. It is a digital collection of audio recordings of projectionists’ memories, of sounds of the projection box and 35mm film, plus hundreds of photos of the projection boxes of cinemas from all over the UK from the 1910s to the 1960s.



Working Bilingually: Arts Council of Wales Resources

With the support of the Welsh Language Commissioner’s Office, the Arts Council of Wales have prepared a comprehensive new package of resources to promote bilingualism.

The pack’s aim is to increase the use of Welsh at arts venues and activities, create bilingual workplaces, and offer support to anyone in the arts world wishing to learn Welsh, improve their language skills or increase their confidence in speaking Welsh.