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National Museum Of Photography, Film & Television
Pictureville
Bradford

BD1 1NQ
Contact
Telephone: 01274 202 030
Fax: 01274 723 155
Email: talk.nmpft@nmsi.ac.uk

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Overview of collections

The National collections started in the Science Museum and noe cover cinema, television, photographic equipment, photography and printed material. Each can be accessed on the muesum web site giving a more detailed breakdown except the printed collections; details in Collections.

Overview of how collections are displayed

Five floors of interactive displays with galleries dedicated to digital technology, amination,news,light and a special exhibition gallery with a regular programme of changing exhibitionsand the spectacular IMAX cinema.

Star Objects at this location

IMAX cinema
Collection Descriptions
Collection (National Museum Of Photography, Film & Television)
Cinema Concentrates on British film-making and consumption withr prime examples of equipment from major British studi...
Collection (National Museum Of Photography, Film & Television)
Television - World's largest collection Television receivers, over 1000 sets, includes an important series of pre-war...
Collection (National Museum Of Photography, Film & Television)
Printed Material and Ephemera This Collection covers all three media - Photography, Film and Television. It provides ...
Photographic Collection (National Museum Of Photography, Film & Television)
Photographic equipment collections trace the evolution of photographic apparatus from the camera obscura and the pre-...
Photographic Collection (National Museum Of Photography, Film & Television)
The Collection of photographs selectively traces the aesthetic and technical developments of photography from the ear...

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