NFSA: making the collection matter in the world beyond screen

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The National Film and Sound Archive is becoming a different beast. Who better to explain than the Chief Engagement Officer? He turns out to make his magic from story.

To the screen sector, the National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) exists to store their work, to give them a place in history, to create monuments to careers. Documentary makers want easy access to the material for their own films. But the NFSA talks about access to the collection by the public, which is a very different view.

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