Ealing Studios' classic archive to be celebrated

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The oldest working film studio in the world responsible for some of the best known British films is to be honoured by the British Film Institute (BFI).

The institute is launching a major retrospective of films produced at Ealing Studios, giving people the chance to watch some of the classics originating from west London.

BBC London's entertainment correspondent, Brenda Emmanus, interviews Robin Baker, head curator of the BFI National Archive and Barnaby Thompson, head of Ealing Studios.

Ealing: Light and Dark will take place from 22 October.

Clips courtesy of StudioCanal Films Ltd.

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