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Kinoscope September 2013
Just In: September Showreel
Here's a roundup of some of our favourite clips from the collections including 60s recording studios, Mandela meeting Castro, Battle of Britain, bug eyed aliens, punks, 70s New Orleans and much more...

From the Blog: Looking Back at the Great War
It’s almost 100 years since WWI began, check out our Blog for a selection of clips showing rare and unexpected archive from the Great War, and for a longer playlist of WWI clips head to our Youtube Channel
From the Blog: Swinging 60s London Art Parties
Whilst cataloguing our 60s collection we came across two fascinating films of 60s London exhibition openings. The first is an Op art exhibition at the Robert Fraser gallery in 1966. Fraser was a key player in the 60s art scene and inspired both the Beatles and The Rolling Stones (look out for Charlie Watts at his gallery). The second film is shot in the slightly more grungy and hip Indica gallery, part owned by Marianne Faithfull’s then husband, John Dunbar. See the clips on our Blog
Competition: Mystery Location

Check out this clip filmed in 1969. If you can figure out where it was shot you'll be in the running for a marvellous prize. Send your answers to with 'Mystery Location' in the subject line. The winner will be picked at random on Monday 16th September. 
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