Common Ground (1944)
As the war rages in Europe, allies of Britain keep their cultures alive in their National Houses. Find out more information about this title at britishcouncil.org/film.
TIME/IMAGE is a heritage and collections consultancy. We predominantly work to enhance historical and cultural collections through research, digitisation,
TIME/IMAGE is a heritage and collections consultancy. We predominantly work to enhance historical and cultural collections through research, digitisation, curation, creative promotion, and improved online presence. We work with all kinds of collections, though moving image archives are our speciality. We at TIME/IMAGE appreciate that every collection is unique; it has a history that can’t be replicated and contains materials that can’t be replaced. Thus, every collection is valuable in its own distinctive and remarkable way. We want to help people appreciate the individuality and value of these resources by maximising the opportunities for access, exploration, and engagement. Ongoing technological innovation means that there are now more ways than ever to share collections – both digitally and physically. It doesn’t need to be complicated, difficult or expensive to enhance your collection, to promote it as a resource – for education, for entertainment, for inspiration – and prevent it from becoming and obsolete hoard, devoid of relevance in modern society. TIME/IMAGE was born out of a collaboration between the British Council, Counterpoint, and New Deal of the Mind as a part of the Digital Domesday project. The six-month placement was funded by the Future Jobs Fund scheme, which aimed to make jobs in the creative industries for young people aged 18-24. Following the success of this project, TIME/IMAGE became an independent entity early in 2011.
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