60 years of screen stories, digitised and preserved for you
Relive, research and lose yourself in the past with thousands of digitised videos and television programmes – from the 1960s to the 2010s.
From the British Film Institute (BFI) National Archive and partner UK Regions and Nations Film Archives, BFI Replay is available in all Halton libraries.
Explore BFI Replay for fun, discovery, nostalgia or research. This living digital archive will grow and evolve as newly digitised content is added.
Want to find out more? Take a look at the BFI Replay Taster Video
How to use BFI Replay
BFI Replay is only available in public libraries. It is free to use. Simply click on the BFI Replay icon, or go to BFI Replay.
Disclaimer – quality and content
BFI Replay features thousands of videos and programmes from the 1960s to the 2010s. The quality of video varies.
The BFI and partners have taken steps to exclude unacceptable material and to identify and label sensitive material with content and/or trigger warnings. Due to the high number of videos involved, the BFI and partners have not been able to view everything. They cannot guarantee that all sensitive content has been identified. Some videos may include language and attitudes which were common or widely tolerated at the time, but are unacceptable today. Other videos may include content (for example, images of medical procedures) which some viewers may find upsetting or triggering.
Parents and guardians are responsible for supervising their children’s use of BFI Replay.