We have sub-divided moving and screen-related aretefacts into ten main categories (plus Other). These are the kinds of objects we are keen to see recorded in the UK Screen Heritage Network survey:
1. Film production equipment
Technicolor three-strip camera, 1932 (National Media Museum)
This category includes all kinds of equipment employed in the production films: cine cameras, camera mounts and accessories, editing equipment (including Steenbecks, Movieolas), lighting equipment, and film laboratory equipment.
2. Television and video equipment
Bush TV22 television reciever, c.1952 (National Media Museum)
This category includes all kinds of equipment employed in the production and reception of television programmes: television/video cameras, television monitors, video recording equipment, editing equipment, television sets etc.
3. Animation and special effects
Cinematograph Living Pictures, silhouette animation, c. 1900 (Magic Lantern Society)
Artefacts associated with the production of animated films and television programmes, and special effects technologies, including artwork and cels, puppets, sets, and flickbooks.
Sound mixing desk (BUFVC)
All kinds of sound recording equipment for film and television production, such as sound recorders, microphones, mixing desks; also associated music production (including instruments, sound effects, cinema organs etc).
5. Sets and costumes
Roy Ashton sketch for the Hammer film The Kiss of the Vampire, 1963 (National Media Museum)
Costume and set designs, sets themselves, props, models, graphics; costumes for film, television and other screen-based entertainments; make-up, wigs.
6. Cinema and projection
35mm projector for the Urban-Smith Kinemacolor process, 1908-1915 (National Media Museum)
Cinema fittings and projection equipment, including projectors, cinema sound reproduction equipment, rewinders, cinemas (including mobile cinemas), cinema plans, ticket machines, signage, uniforms, also peepshows such as Kinetoscopes and Mutoscopes.
7. Magic lanterns, slide projectors and viewers
Hand-painted magic lantern slide, 19th century (National Media Museum)
Covering all kinds of magic lantern equipment, illuminants, slides, stereoscopes, stereoviews, modern slide equipment and viewers such as Viewmasters, data projectors.
8. Toys and games
British Movietonews newsreel trivia game, 1980s (BUFVC)
Optical toys, including modern toys such as spin-off toys, games, souvenirs etc derived from film and television, video games (including software, consoles, peripherals).
Artists’ installations using moving image/screen-based media, and associated materials; also light shows and holograms.
British Paramount News address books, 1940s (BUFVC)
Documents associated with the production, distribution and exhibition of moving pictures, cinluding scripts and treatments, storyboards, correspondence, sheet music, catalogues, promotional literature, programmes, tickets and photographs.
Any other kinds of moving image or screen-related artefacts that you may have that we have not thought of.