Film London mapping London's past with the help of local footage

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Film London mapping London's past with the help of local footage
12th December 2014

Film London have launched the Barking and Dagenham Screen Archives Initiative.

The scheme is encouraging people to submit their old home video footage to help create a montage of life in London throughout the decades. 

The organisation is creating Part of London: A Bigger Picture. They’re hoping to map local history, see how the boroughs have changed over the years and document London for future generations. 

It is taking part across the capital and 15 other London outer boroughs are involved.



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