The Tony Pritchett Archive is temporarily safely homed in my house and garage.
The BFI will eventually home the celluloid, once I have raised funds to digitise it. Huge thanks to Jez Stewart for arranging this.
The researching and celebrating of the archive contents has evolved into a group-project involving artists, scientists, friends and colleagues and fans of Tony’s, to whom I am eternally grateful.
> Cine Film (8mm, 16mm, 35mm)
> Photographic film, negs, prints (some hand-tinted), 3D stereo-cards and slides (35mm 120mm)
> 1/4 ” audio tape
> Magnetic computer tape
> Umatic tapes
> VHS tapes
> Paper Tape
> Handwritten programming notes/diagrams
> Plotter prints
> Hardware/software sales brochures
> Collected essays and articles on developments in computing and computer animation technology
> Scripts, storyboards and countless production materials.
> Photographic developing equipment
> London University Atlas’ data link cable
> A mystery DIY electronic contraption
> Apple II
> Handmade (using felt tips!) Antics user interface ‘labels’ to be placed upon a drawing tablet.