NFAI has a library with hard copies as old as the 1930's. Maintenance of books, film scripts, stills, wall posters, song booklets, press-clippings, pamphlets, and folders that deteriorate over time and preserving them has several challenges and also space becomes a major constraint.
Read how our products came to their rescue and ensured.
- Digitize all their records and archives
- Start a Digital reference library
- Create a search engine where document classification and data extraction can be done effortlessly
- Secure all data making them timeless
- Help students and research persons to easily access the vast knowledge
The National Film Archive of India (NFA) was established as a media unit of the Ministry of information and broadcasting in February 1964. NFAI's activities relating to dissemination of film culture are manifold.
Its Distribution Library has about 25 active members throughout the country and it also organises joint screening programmes on weekly, fortnightly and monthly basis in six important centres.
It has over 10,000 films, over 10,000 books, over 10,000 film scripts, and over 50,000 photographs.
Maintenance of a huge physical archive of books, film scripts, stills, wall posters, song booklets, press-clippings, pamphlets, and folders some of them dated way back to the 1930s is a huge challenge apart from the physical space required. Also searching from these archives for reference and research becomes very tedious and repeated use of older archives results in faster wear and tear.
The Keito Discover help the National Film Archive of India (NFAI) to start a Digital Reference Library (DRL) to keep all recode at one single place . "Most of the documents and films that we have are old and difficult to maintain. That was the reason why we thought of digitising all the important work in the form of DRL.
Discover is on permine 'search engine' has also been developed that will help people narrow down their search..
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