Martha Yee announced that: The UCLA Film and Television Archive records are available for searching over the Internet, but full MARC records cannot be downloaded.NOTE: Be sure to select the Film and Television Archive database before every search.The UCLA Film and Television Archive was founded in the late 1960s. It is now the largest university-based repository of original film and television materials in the world. Its catalog currently contains nearly 150,000 titles. As part of its mission, the archive collects and preserves motion pictures and broadcast programming, and works to advance public understanding and appreciation of moving image media. The archive also supports scholarly research and media production, explores how new technologies can contribute to preservation and restoration, and educates and trains archivists. As film and television play a greater role in shaping our culture, the work of the archive increases in importance.