Bradford Libraries launch City of Film collection
Now you can Learn about all aspects of film through Bradford Libraries, and it won’t cost you a penny!
To support Bradford’s status as UNESCO City of Film, Bradford Central Library has put together an exciting collection of books covering all aspects of film and the film industry to create a wide ranging, informative and up to date collection so you can Learn about film in Bradford for FREE.
After acquiring over 100 new volumes, which have been added to the many books already available at Central Library, the collection now includes books about everything you could possibly want to know about film, including:
- Film Theory
- Film careers
- Directing/EditingScript/Screen writing/Acting
- Film making
- “Film of the Book”
- Films associated with Bradford
- World Cinema
- Film Genres
- Early Cinema
..and much more. You can ENJOY books about film with autobiographies, and learn how to ‘read’ films when you’re wactching at the cinema; LEARN about film theory, history, and how you can make a career in film; MAKE film with practical books guiding you through everything from acting and directing, to screenwriting and animation, and learn more about why people VISIT Bradford because of film with local cinema history and books about films made in Bradford.
You can find the collection in the Central Library, right next door to the National Media Museum. So next time you’re going to the cinema, why not find out a bit more about film by visiting the collection on the 3rd floor of Central Library?
All the books are available for loan, and as with everything at the Library, it’s completely free.
Central Library is open from Monday to Friday 9am – 7.30pm, and Saturday 9am – 5pm, and is located on Prince’s Way, right next door to the National Media Museum.
Find out more about Bradford’s libraries on the Bradford Libraries website.