Kieron Webb is Head of Conservation at the BFI National Archive. He has worked on the restoration of the first films of Charlie Chaplin, Alfred Hitchcock and David Lean, as well as I know where I’m going! (1945), and the digital releases of Napoleon (1927) and Naked (1993).
He has a special interest in the history of film colours, motivated by his involvement with restoration of tinting and toning, Dufaycolor and Technicolor. He is a member of FIAF’s Technical Commission, and sat on the advisory board for the research project THE EASTMANCOLOR REVOLUTION AND BRITISH CINEMA, 1955-85.