Are you a heritage, culture, film or community organisation in the East of England? Then we want to hear from you!
EAFA is undertaking an audience development project, and we would love to hear from you if you run a heritage, culture, film or community organisation in our region.
At present we’re looking for feedback from organisations specifically. If you’re an individual, please sign up to our e-newsletter for all the news about our projects, and how you can get involved with EAFA.
About our audience development project
The East Anglian Film Archive is the accredited film archive for the East of England, and showcases the way life has changed in our region since as far back as 1897. As well as ITV Anglia, BBC East and the Institute of Amateur Cinematographers Collection, the archive houses over 12,000 hours of film and 30,000 hours of videotape, and is a rich resource of documentaries, films, advertisement, news and other films that are all historically significant.
Part of the University of East Anglia and the BFI’s regional network of film archives, our aim is to broaden who accesses and uses our collections and what film archive material we collect, so that our archive truly reflects the makeup of a contemporary East of England and reflects current UK society.
Have your say in our survey for organisations
If you represent a heritage, culture, film, community or archive organisation in our region, we would love to hear your thoughts on our plans, and would be grateful if you could take the time to complete our survey. The deadline is Monday 26 February and there is a small incentive to respond.
We thank you for your time and look forward to hearing from you!