EUscreen is home to thousands of video clips produced by a variety of European television stations throughout the 20th and 21st centuries. A consortium of European archivists, broadcasters, and media historians began to compile these clips in 2009, with the goal of obtaining and presenting footage that provides context into Europe's history and culture. These powerful clips include poignant, stunning, and whimsical histories alike; visitors can experience a German broadcast of the fall of the Berlin Wall, watch a 1972 Polish fashion show, see Maria Callas perform in Paris in 1958, or get advice about how young men ought to behave from a 1960s London charm school. Visitors can create a free account to bookmark their favorite clips. Note that under the About tab, visitors can follow a link to see curated exhibitions about a variety of subjects. This site also includes a blog where visitors can see updates about EUscreen's ongoing work.