Over the past few months there have been some wonderful additions to our punk collection. Take a trip to the late 70s and early 80s to see some head turning street styles, music performances and interviews with punk scene key players in this Youtube playlist.
From the Blog: China 50s -70s
Within our collections is a vast amount of rare footage shot in China during the rule of Chairman Mao, much of it in colour. In addition to footage relating to the Great Leap Forward and China's industrial development the films also give an insight into the daily life of Chinese people. To find out more check out our blog post on the Cultural Revolution and also our Youtube Channel playlist.
Brand New Unseen London 60s-90s
Another exciting new addition to the library is a collection of amateur films shot in London from the mid 60s to the late 90s. The intrepid cameraman filmed many major historical events from an insider's perspective including London mourning the death of Diana in the 90s, the 80s Iranian Embassy siege, 70s strikes and 60s peace protests in colour. Along with these events are many street scenes from all over London spanning almost half a century.Get a glimpse on our Youtube Channel.
On the Website: New Showreels
We've added some new showreels to our site including 'Watching TV' and 'Junk Food vs Health Food', head to our website to see more.
Kinolibrary Footage Featured in Vice
We were thrilled to see our rave collection featured on Vice's dance music site Thump last month. Read the full article here.
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