On this page you’ll find information on how you can take part in sharing, supporting and enriching London’s historic moving image collections.
Screenings and archive packages
London’s Screen Archives can come to you with a bespoke programme of classic home movies, silent-era newsreels and stunning amateur footage, all specially curated to delight your audience. In the past we’ve work with the Museum of London, Chocolate Films, the Thames Festival Trust, and a wide range of schools, museums and libraries to curate archive packages that awe and inspire. Have a look at our past programmes for inspiration or get in touch to find out more.
From professional productions to amateur home movies, London’s Screen Archives considers all moving image precious and we want to work with you to preserve it. If you have a collection of films or even just a single tape or digital file that you think may be of interest, please complete this form and we will get back to you. Even if your donation does not fit the network’s collection policy, we will provide you with advice on what to do next.
Join our gang of online cataloguers. On any film’s record page on this site you can add information to our records or provide a more in-depth catalogue entry by clicking the icon. All entries are reviewed before publication; you’ll find a selection of films where we need your help on our LocalEyes page.
LSA is always keen to hear from skilled volunteers to assist both with ongoing archival tasks and with current projects. If you have experience of, or are developing a career in, the film or heritage sectors please do get in touch via email@example.com. More general volunteering opportunities crop up from time to time on specific projects; we will advertise these via the London’s Screen Archives’ website and the email lists of our partner organisations.