Archive projects

The curatorial and archive teams work to showcase the vast collections of the BFI National Archive and to bring them to a wider audience in cinemas, on television, on DVD and online.

In 2012 and 2013 the BFI National Archive was central to the projects The Genius of Hitchcock and Ealing: Light and Dark, and is a partner in the The Artist in the Archive initiative.

In this section

  • BFI Most Wanted

    BFI Most Wanted

    The hunt for Britain’s missing films.

  • 39 Steps to Hitchcock

    39 Steps to Hitchcock

    Take a step-by-step journey through the invention, wit and dazzling technical skill that made Hitchcock cinema’s master of suspense

  • Ealing: Light and Dark

    Ealing: Light and Dark

    In 2012, we celebrated the historic output of one of Britain’s best loved film studios.

  • The Artist in the Archive

    The Artist in the Archive

    A BFI initiative in association with Archives for Creativity and Arts Council England.

  • The Genius of Hitchcock

    The Genius of Hitchcock

    In 2012 the BFI presented a major celebration of Alfred Hitchcock – the most influential British film director of all time.

Latest from the BFI

  • Latest from the BFI

    Latest news, features and opinion.

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Films, TV and people

  • Films, TV and people

    Film lists and highlights from BFI Player.

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Sight & Sound magazine

  • Sight & Sound magazine

    Reviews, interviews and features from the international film magazine.

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