Yugoslav Film Archives Museum

Local nameJugoslovenska Kinoteka
LocationBelgrade, Serbia

The Yugoslav Film Archive is a film archive located in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. Founded in 1949, it is a founding member of the International Federation of Film Archives and was the national film library of the Yugoslavia and currently of the Republic of Serbia.The film collection contains over 95,000 film prints of various national productions, of all genres, silent and sound, black & white and color, both nitrate and acetate. Around 85% of the entire film collection consists of foreign film material, including some previously considered lost, which makes the archive particularly interesting for film archivists and researchers from all over the world.

The Yugoslav Film Fund saved the most important archive material and documentaries related to the territory of former Yugoslavia, starting from the oldest extant film in the country Coronation of King Peter the First from 1904 until its restoration in 1992.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yugoslav_Film_Archive

Official Website http://www.kinoteka.org.rs/nova/index.html

Phone +381 11 324 8250

Address Knez Mihailova br.19, Belgrade, Serbia

Coordinates 44°48'57.202" N 20°27'33.199" E

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