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Sue Woods

Sue is our curator specialising in official film. She has worked at the BFI for over 25 years, and has previously been an acquisitions officer and an assistant keeper of the non-fiction collection.

She has a wide knowledge of the Archive’s non-fiction holdings and extensive programming experience, but her specialist responsibility as curator is to oversee, manage and expand the Public Records collection of government films in collaboration with colleagues at The National Archives, and to manage the accession of the historic moving image collections of the now defunct Central Office of Information. Drawing on her expertise of government and official filmmaking, she was a member of the core selection team for the BFI’s InView project.

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