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FAMST 101E: Newsreels

Course Guide to support FAMST 101E: Early Television to the Digital Era


Hearst Newsreels 1929-1967 (UCLA Film & Television Archive) **NEW**

All-American News (Library of Congress): Newsreels produced in the 1940s-1950s specifically for black audiences to encourage participation in and support the war effort and to reflect the African American perspective on world and national events. Read more about the collection and the production.

AP Archive (Associated Press) 

British Movietone 

British Pathé: Includes Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930) British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959)

Cineteca Nacional Mexico: Their collection on YouTube includes a selection of the newsreel "Noticiero Mexicano"

Filmoteca Espanola Online Collections: Includes newsreels from the Spanish Civil War in their Civil War Collection and Historical Archive Collection

Fox Movietone News Collection (University of South Carolina Moving Image Research Collection): Includes Fox News (1919-1930) and Fox Movietone News (1927-1963

Hearst Metrotone Newsreels (UCLA Film & Television Archive): Includes a small selection of digitized material (1914-1968) from their larger collection.

Israel Film Archive / Jerusalem Cinematheque

Library of Congress National Screening Room

Paramount Newsreels and American Pathé (1895-1956) from the Sherman Grinberg Film Library

National Film Preservation Foundation (NFPF)  

National Cinema of Chile includes newscasts, documentaries, and films about the government in its online collections.

Hungarian National Film Archive - A selection of Hungarian World newsreels (1931-1924)

Swedish Film Institute

EYE Filmmuseum (Netherlands) - A selection of newsreels are on their YouTube page and Mirror of the Netherlands  (1958-1960) is available in the "Journal" subcollection

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