Features museums which collect, study and preserve film and media, including print forms.
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Bill Douglas Cinema Museum
Exeter University's history of cinema and popular culture public museum and academic research centre. Free admission.
Amsterdam-based museum which collects, restores and screens Dutch and international film treasures.
George Eastman House
Collects and interprets images, films, and equipment in the disciplines of photography and motion picture. Located in Rochester, New York.
Hollywood Heritage Museum
Housed in the Lasky-DeMille Barn (c. 1895). Features archival photographs from the silent movie days, plus movie props, historic documents and other movie-related memorabilia.
Museum of the Moving Image
Located in Astoria, New York. Integrating works of art, artifacts, audio-visual presentations, and interactive exhibits. Entrance charge.
The National Science and Media Museum
Based in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England, this free museum includes a collection of television programme and technical historical artifacts.
Texas Archive of the Moving Image
An independent non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and educating the public about Texas film heritage. Collections, events, and services. Located in Austin, Texas.
Wisconsin Museum of Broadcasting
Virtual museum of The Wisconsin Broadcasters Association Foundation showcases the history of individual radio and television stations in the state and its hall of fame.
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