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The City State of Berlin acquired this collection and then handed it over to the new institution for its preservation and use..." The Deutsche Kinemathek officially opened in February 1963.
The City State of Berlin acquired this collection and then handed it over to the new institution for its preservation and use.
Complementary Special Exhibitions investigate historical-cultural contexts of film and television.
"The Bundesarchiv is the German government's official archive, holding public and private records originating from the German Reich, the German Democratic Republic and the Federal Republic of Germany.
The Deutsche Kinemathek had been a museum without an exhibition for years.
Since September 2000 – as Filmmuseum Berlin – it has been able to present a part of its collections in the Permanent Exhibition Film.
It is associated with other German film archives and film institutions and was assigned to be the central German film archive responsible for collecting, cataloguing, preserving and giving access to the whole range of German or German co-produced films (except TV productions).
Its holdings comprise roughly 120, 000 works on more than one million carriers, thus not only being the biggest German film archives, but one of the global players.
The archive has also made a name for itself by reconstructing important films; and its distribution department makes the films in its archive as well as productions from the Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin (dffb) available to non-commercial venues, e.g.
It constitutes the main executive body to carry out the safeguarding of the national film heritage.
The Bundesarchiv's motion picture department ("Filmarchiv")is staffed by about 100 people.
"The Deutsche Kinemathek officially opened in February 1963.
Its founding director was Gerhard Lamprecht who over the decades had meticulously put together an extensive collection of films, documents and equipment.
A further major focus of the collections is its documentation of Germans from the film industry who were exiled in Hollywood.