The collection includes:
- more than 45,000 objects – starting with posters from the end of the 19th century announcing cinematograph screenings in Poland to commercial posters from recent years
The collection contains:
- posters for Polish and foreign films
- foreign posters for Polish film productions
- materials created for festivals, reviews and various film events
A valuable part of the collection constitutes of posters and placards for films from the interwar period. The greatest part of FINA’s collection was designed by outstanding graphics, including Henryk Tomaszewski, Eryk Lipiński, Wojciech Fangor, Jan Młodożeniec, Roman Cieślewicz, Jan Lenica, Andrzej Czeczot, Jakub Erol, Jerzy Duda-Gracz, Stasys Eidrigevičius and Andrzej Pągowski.
Since 2008 FINA has been digitizing posters and placards. The scanned posters are collected in a digital archive, all of them being described and prepared for online publication. In 2012, the then National Film Archive created the virtual gallery of film posters GAPLA, where digitized posters with descriptions are posted.