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Wendy Russell

Wendy joined the BFI as project archivist on the Ken Loach documentation collection, having previously worked at the Archives Centre at the University of the Arts London, which holds the archives of several film directors, including Stanley Kubrick and Thorold Dickinson. She has also completed an independent project working with the archives of a British psychoanalyst, with whom she undertook an oral history project. Wendy has delivered several papers relating to archives and archival theory, and has participated in various screening events outside of the BFI. Her role at the BFI includes sorting, arranging and cataloguing the Ken Loach collection, preservation, and working with the special collections archive database. Wendy is also secretary of the Arlis Art Archives Committee.

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  • Ranked and filed: Ken Loach’s archive

    The archive of director Ken Loach is made available to the public in the BFI Reuben Library.

    Wednesday, October 3, 2012

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  • Delving into the Ken Loach archive

    Cataloguing work has begun on the archives of film director Ken Loach. The collection, which spans Loach’s entire career, was given to the BFI in September 2011, coinciding with our retrospective of Loach’s films in celebration of his 75th birthday.

    Wednesday, July 18, 2012

    Features

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