We’ve recently digitised some awesome rushes from the 14 Hour Technicolor Dream - a happening at London’s Alexandra Palace on 29 April 1967.
Our collection features Angela Davis at the height of her influence in 1969 and 1970, following her through speeches, interviews, arrests and protests.
1960s New York on 35mm
Our new collection brings the social history of 20th century New York to life in vivid and beautiful detail. Transferred to 2K & 4K from 16mm & 35mm film, footage ranges across all areas of the city, ...
1960s-1990s USA Technology
Kinolibrary can now offer a host of new weird and wonderful footage focusing on technology from the 60s to the 90s.
LGBT History Month
To mark the end of LGBT History month in the UK, we’re celebrating some fabulous new 2K films from 1960s, 1970s and 1980s San Francisco, showing the LGBT community in all their glory.
The Genesis of Hip Hop
In the 1970s and early 1980s a vibrant new subculture was emerging from the Black and Latino communities in the Bronx.
Don Letts: Where Punk Met Reggae
Don Letts’s archive is testament to the profound cultural exchange between the black and white youth of London in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
The Counter-Histories of Menelik Shabazz
Celebrating the legacy of films by Menelik Shabazz, whose complex and sensitive polyphonic works rage against mainstream media’s myths about Black communities in London.
Jamaican Sound Culture in Britain
Jamaican sound culture has long been a staple of culture in the UK. Ska concerts, reggae venues, dance halls and sound system clashes all have offered a space for the Jamaican diaspora living in Brita...