Created in 1975, the French National Audiovisual Institute (INA), a public audiovisual and digital company, collects, preserves and passes on French audiovisual heritage. With 19,300,000 hours of television and radio and nearly 15,200 media websites, INA has acquired unique experience and know-how in the construction of narrative and the enhancement of its archives, in an innovative approach focused on uses.
By joining forces with the Louis de Funès Museum, INA is reaffirming its mission of promoting and sharing France’s national audiovisual heritage. Some INA sounds and images are accessible on its public website
ina.fr – 510 million videos were viewed in 2018 – as well as on its professional website inamediapro.com, and all are accessible via the 42 INAthèques (viewing centres). Its collections are also used for the production or distribution of programmes for television and the web, publishing or images to support education. The Institute is also one of the leading centres for initial and further training in audiovisual and new media professions.
institut.ina.fr / @ina_audiovisual