Ever since its inception and establishment, the Hong Kong Film Archive immediately began collecting and archiving information about Hong Kong cinema from its earliest years to recent developments in the form of the Hong Kong Filmography Series. At the same time, it kick-started its Oral History Project, whereby over 500 film professionals have been interviewed. Parts of these interviews have been collated and published into the ‘Oral History Series’. Many other monographs have also been published, on subjects such as local filmmakers, film companies and organisations, dialect and genre cinema, as well as special programmes curated in conjunction with the exhibitions and screening activities held by the Archive. It has also hosted a great number of seminars, in which the dissertations and scholarly writing presented on such occasions are collated and published too. In addition to the 70-plus titles that the Archive has published so far, it is also responsible for the periodical Newsletter, released since August 1997, where over 90 issues have been published and distributed. Newsletter contains the latest news about the Archive, as well as essays on cinema and culture which help promote the appreciation of film as an art form and an area of scholarly study. In recent years, the Archive has also started to develop and release e-publications, which can be downloaded from our website for free, as an invaluable and convenient resource for local and overseas readers.