British Museum

The British Museum

by María Magdalena Ziegler More than 260 years ago, in 1753, through the British Museum Act, the famous British Museum in London received royal consent and, thus, the world's first public national museum was instituted. It is only fair to remember that until that moment valuable collections of artistic and diverse objects were the exclusive …

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To Forget and the force beneath remembrance

When you have done so much for so many, remembrance will be always there.

A Concise History of The Origins of Cinema

This documentary simply and concisely covers the vastly complex history of the origins of Cinema.

Death scenes from 36 of Alfred Hitchcock’s movies, synchronised to climax in unison :::..

Row 1: Blackmail, Murder!, Rich and Strange, Number 17 (?), The Man Who Knew Too Much, Waltzes from Vienna (?) Row 2: The 39 Steps, Sabotage, The Secret Agent, Young and Innocent (?), The Lady Vanishes, Jamaica Inn Row 3: Foreign Correspondent, Rebecca, Suspicion, Shadow of a Doubt, Lifeboat, Spellbound Row 4: Rope, Under Capricorn, …

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The arts are for everybody not the few; there is creativity in all of us :::..

Every child deserves the chance to learn a musical instrument, act on a stage, and develop their creative imagination, writes Jeremy Corbyn. The arts and creative industries are the backbone of much of our cultural heritage, and I fear that under this government over the next five years this cultural heritage is under threat. As …

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