The Baim Collection


Richard Jeffs has kindly allowed me access to a selection of films from The Baim Collection, and some screen captures are presented here. Harold Baim was a director, producer, writer and producer of short films between 1946 and 1983. There are over one hundred 35mm short films in the collection, originally made for release in the British cinema, and a couple of feature films. The collection holds unique images of Britain as well as a selection of international travel films. Nearly all of the surviving films are in colour; more than fifty of the titles are available on BETA SP tape. They are a fascinating source of illustrative colour material for general programme makers, entertainment producers, historians and documentary makers. These films are informative guides to Britain's cities and towns; they are also a product of their time, a snapshot of British life. We see busy streets with motorcars, trucks and buses going about their business, and we see ordinary people at work and play.
Please note that The Baim Collection Limited owns and controls all of Harold Baim's copyright works. For licence information and other requests for information please e-mail contact@baimfilms.com
The images and films listed here are copyright © The Baim Collection Limited 2006. All Rights Reserved Worldwide.


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