The National Film Archive in Warsaw, a member of the European Federation of Film Archives, has the greatest collections of films and archive records in Europe. The aims of the National Film Archive mainly focus on the preservation of the Polish cinema national heritage and selected items of the world cinema, their systematic conservation and archiving of all collected items and records. The film catalogue holds approximately 15,000 titles. The National Film Archive also owns an impressive collection of books (app. 23,000 titles), film posters (app. 25,000), periodicals (app. 1000 titles), film programmes (app. 23,000 titles), scripts and shooting scripts (app. 27,000 titles), film stills, directors’ scripts, newspaper clippings and other archive records. The National Film Archive lends out archived film prints and co-organizes many reviews of Polish films abroad and of foreign films in Poland. As a part of the National Film Archives, the Arthouse Cinema Network (Sieć Kin Studyjnych) provides support to the distribution of Polish and foreign arthouse films.