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Katrina Stokes

Katrina started at City Screen, where, as house manager of the Oxford Picturehouse, she launched the city’s first short film festival and hosted Q&As with figures such as William Friedkin and Sir Ian McKellen. After a spell at Oxford University’s Ashmolean Museum, she joined the BFI’s donor access team in 2001. She now runs the unit, liaising with donors and rights holders who want to access archive materials for re-release and restoration. Her current projects include working with the International Olympic Committee to restore The Glory of Sport, the Technichrome film of the 1948 London Olympic Games.

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