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What does NRFTA stand for?

NRFTA stands for Northern Region Film and Television Archive (UK)


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If they do, they have a chance of contributing to TV history by sending it to him for inclusion on a DVD he intends to submit to the Northern Region Film and Television Archive .
The Northern Region Film and Television Archive (NRFTA) presents a mix of memories, achievements, fun and games in its specially commissioned film and screening programme, Fast Forward: North East Sport on Film, celebrating a century of the region's sport at the sixth annual Saltburn Film Festival.
This includes guided tours of the cinema, a special talk about newsreels and news theatres by Dr Louise Anderson of Newcastle University, and screenings of locally made films from Amber Films and the Northern Region Film and Television Archive.
But to get sports fans in the mood, the Northern Region Film and Television Archive has announced a free film show of recently discovered archive films, recording a century of North-east sport, as part of Fast Forward: North East Sport on Film.
Drawing on amazing footage of the North East between 1900 and the present day, which is held in the BFI National Archive and also the Northern Region Film and Television Archive, and using shipyard songs written over the past 100 years, this promises to be an unforgettable and unmissable event.
The Northern Region Film and Television Archive (NRFTA) and Teesside Archives' free film show on Saturday will feature everything from royal visits and parades to the darker reality of urban poverty.
New content will be added regularly and, to mark the opening, the BFI collaborated with the Northern Region Film and Television Archive to create a unique new collection of films and TV programmes about the North East.
Northern Region Film and Television Archive (NRFTA) and Tees Music Alliance are joining forces to present a one-off screening of never-seen-before local footage.