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Links 1 through 10 of 26 by LSE Library tagged MovingImages

Videolectures.Net was started at Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia, Europe in early 2002. It aims to provide a portal for accessing free online videos and training films. The site covers a full range of subject areas from the sciences, humanities and social sciences. The society section includes materials relating to gender, the information society, politics, social networks, ICT and more. They include academic lectures from leading European and US colleges and institutions, conference related webcasts, and some materials/ tutorials related to specific courses. They include contributions from leading thinkers such as Noam Chomsky and Slavojek.

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Contains footage (both recent and historic) from Reuters, ITN, ITV Productions, Fox News and Fox Movietone, Asian News International and other specialist collections. Some compilations offered free of charge. Other services offered to subscribers only.

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Free access to video footage released by news service broadcast Al Jazeera under various Creative Commons licenses. Featured collections include protests in Gaza, events in Tunisia and the Arab spring protests inEgypt. It includes Arabic materials

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EUscreen offers free online access to over 14,000 items of archives videos, stills, texts and audio from European broadcasters and audiovisual archives. The content dates from the early 1900s until today. It aims to bring the collection upto 30,000 items.

It includes rare footage and commentary on many key events in history.

The archive can be searched by genre, topic, date, language, country of production or broadcaster.

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Virtual library hosted by a network of regional film archives and the British Film Institute. Search the catalogue by keyword for information. Not all entries are online. To restrict to those with audio visual content check the records with video only box from the main search screen. There are good examples of clips covering the Second world war

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Free access to clips of over 200 hours of historic film via the website. The content mainly relates to the East of England region (Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk).Highlights for economic and social historians include films of garden and New towns (e.g. Harlow) War time home front.

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Funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and features films from the British Film Institute, the Imperial War Museum, and the British Empire and Commonwealth Museum. They include British armed forces films, Empire Marketing Board, and missionary films. View over 150 online and find details about 350 more. Choose the advanced search form to restrict to online content only. Individual entries have copyright right and bibliographical details. Many also have research notes. The database can be searched by country or theme. Themes include empire and health, independent, industry and independence

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An online Citizen TV channel set up and run by the education charity WORLDwrite which seeks to encourage citizen journalism allowing local grassroots groups/ activists to post videos online. Many examples of which can be viewed on the website

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Newsplayer is a service providing newsreel footage from the 1930s onwards. This includes selections of material from the libraries of ITN, Reuters, Paramount, Gaumont, British Empire News, Visnews and French Pathe.Most footage are short news clips
The site is easy to use and has featured channels for politics, entertainment and support. Collections have been created to cover key or topical events. See this section on the World Cup http://www.newsplayer.com/World-Cup for examples from Sweden in 1958. Copyright information is provided

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The Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) has a wide remit covering culture, the arts and current events. Key topics include global warming, and screenings of documentaries. Many items from its renowned public events programme can now be viewed online. You can also sign up to RSS feeds to keep up to date.

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