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24th May 2017

     

SPECIALITIES
TO FIND THE SPECIALITIES OF THESE OUTSTANDING FOOTAGE LIBARIES CLICK HERE AND GO TO THE LIST OF CATEGORIES.


 

















Buyers and Sellers

Fremantle Media Archive Parades its Content at footageMarketplace




FremantleMedia Archive represents the best in independent television from 1950s to the present day. With an unrivaled collection of classic footage ranging from global entertainment formats and ground-breaking documentaries to nostalgic kids shows and award-winning drama, the archive sales team boasts some of the world’s most widely recognized and cutting edge television shows.

See their material on Table 09

Contact: Wayne Lovell/Elliott Rootsey
Tel: 0207 691 7633
archive@fremantlemedia.com

Registration for footageMarketplace is now open: Click here to ensure your badge is waiting for you on the day. It is free for industry professionals. A complimentary buffet lunch will be served, and refreshments are available during the day. This is the place to come to network, do deals, and attend seminars by leading industry figures.

24th May 2017 – 9.30 - 16.30
195 Piccadilly (home of BAFTA) London W1J 9LN.

Websites: www.footagemarketplace.com
www.fmearchive.com

Pond5 Select - New Stunning Promo Video




Introducing Pond5 Select: a unique selection of royalty free footage from award-winning filmmakers. Explore stunning aerials, scenes from everyday life, action shots and more from major video footage marketplace Pond5.

Website: www.pond5.com


BFI National Archive – Exhibiting at footageMarketplace




BFI Archival Footage Sales is the gateway for television producers and filmmakers to the BFI National Archive, possibly the largest collection of film and television in the world. Many unique and rarely seen collections can be licensed directly to clients by the BFI, increasingly from HD masters. They include:

Topical Budget (1911-1931): A major British newsreel of the silent era, covering events throughout Great Britain and the Empire.
Educational and Television Films: A unique and comprehensive collection of twentieth century socialist films from the UK, and around the world.
Mitchell & Kenyon: Extraordinary and evocative actuality footage of everyday British life and society in the first years of the twentieth century
COI: Government Films made between 1929 and 2012.

They will be at footageMarketplace on May 24th at 195 Piccadilly, W1 – the home of BAFTA, on Table 00.

Registration is now open: Click here to ensure your badge is waiting for you on the day. It is free for industry professionals. A complimentary buffet lunch will be served, and refreshments are available during the day. This is the place to come to network, do deals, and attend seminars by leading industry figures.

24th May 2017 – 9.30 - 16.30
195 Piccadilly (home of BAFTA) London W1J 9LN.

Websites: www.footagemarketplace.com
http://www.bfi.org.uk/archive-collections

The Televisual Bulldog Awards 2017 Voting Now OPEN




The voting for the 13th annual Televisual Bulldog Awards is underway. Have your say about the best British programmes of 2016 and you will be automatically entered into the prize draw to win some amazing prizes from JVC, G-Technology and Soho Editors.

It’s a quick and easy online voting form, go now to:

www.televisual.com/bulldogs

Rather than being voted for by a small group of the great and the good, the Bulldogs are voted for by the entire UK production community. And that means you. ALL votes count and the winners of both the awards and the prize draw are announced in Televisual in May.

Vote today and be entered into the draw to win one of these fantastic JVC, G-Technology and Soho Editors prizes:

GDrive with Thunderbolt

Three winners will receive this all-terrain drive solution. Perfect for in the field back-up, editing, transferring and storage.

Soho Editors training

One lucky voter will win any three-day training course they want from Soho Editors’ extensive range.

JVC Foldable Bluetooth headphones

Four winners will receive these stylishly designed light-weight Bluetooth headphones. Streaming audio from a compatible device within a 10m range.

Website: www.televisual.com

Happy Finish Create 360° VR Campaign for Fashion Giant Ted Baker




Ted Baker have just launched their 360° VR experience for their latest campaign Keeping Up with the Bakers, created in partnership with Happy Finish, and has already received a very positive reception and online coverage.

The VR experiences allow viewers to explore the Bakers’ home to catch a glimpse of their suburban utopia, styled with Ted Baker clothing and homeware, with scandals simmering below the surface...

Working together with Wirewax, Happy Finish developed a 4K, 360° shoppable film for desktop, tablet and mobile viewers to be hosted on TedBaker.com, exclusive UK partner ASOS.com and exclusive partner for the Americas, Nordstrom.com. A 360° non-shoppable film was also created to view through Google Cardboard for a more immersive VR experience.

Website: Ted Baker VR Campaign

Final Nominations for the FOCAL International Awards 2017 Announced




FOCAL International, the Federation of Commercial Audio-visual Libraries, has announced its shortlist for the fourteenth annual FOCAL International Awards, to be presented on 25th May 2017 at the Royal Lancaster London Hotel, hosted by Hardeep Singh Kohli (pictured), the British broadcaster, comedian and journalist. The FOCAL International Awards celebrate the best use of footage across all variety of genres and media platforms, as well as those who preserve, restore and ensure that archival footage remains a vital resource to the global production community.

Final Nominations - FOCAL International Awards:

Best Use of Footage in a History Production
* Challenger Disaster: Lost Tapes - 1895 Films (USA)
* Hitler’s Games - Berlin 1936 - Roche Productions (France)
* Tokyo Trial: Judging Japan - Point du Jour (France)

Best Use of Footage in a History Feature
* Letters From Baghdad - Letters From Baghdad Ltd / Between the Rivers Productions LLC (USA/UK/France)
* School Revolution 1918-1939 - Les Films Du Poisson (France)
* The Tragedy of the International Brigades - Kuiv Productions (France)

Best Use of Footage in a Factual Production
* Asunder - Blanche Pictures (UK)
* Saddam Goes to Hollywood - Mentorn Scotland (UK)
* The War Show - Fridthjof Film (Denmark)

Best Use of Footage in an Entertainment Production
* How Quizzing Got Cool: Brains of Britain - BBC Studios (UK)
* Les Dawson Forever - ITV Studios / Shiver (UK)
* When Magic Goes Horribly Wrong - Crackit Productions (UK)

Best Use of Footage in an Arts Production
* Charles Pathe & Leon Gaumont, Reel Rivals of the Cinema - Program33 (France)
* Eat That Question - Frank Zappa in His Own Words - Les Films Du Poisson, UFA Fiction / Sony Pictures Classics (France/USA)
* Saddam Goes to Hollywood - Mentorn Scotland (UK)

Best Use of Footage in a Music Production
* The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years - White Horse Pictures and Imagine Entertainment (USA/UK)
* The People’s History Of Pop - 7Wonder Productions (UK)
* Tom Jones’ 1950s: The Decade that made me - BBC Music Television (UK)

Best Use of Sports Footage
* 1966: A Nation Remembers - Blakeway North Television (UK)
* George Best: All by Himself - Fine Point Films (UK)
* O.J: Made in America - ESPN Films and Laylow Films (USA)

Best use of Footage about the Natural World
* America’s National Parks at 100 - Smithsonian Channel (USA)
* Into the Inferno - Spring Films and Werner Herzog Film (UK/Germany)
* Zoo Quest in Colour - BBC Natural History Unit (UK)

Best Use of Footage on Other Platforms
* Guinness Story Of John Hammond - Hazel May Ltd / AMV BBDO (UK)
* Lurpak ’Game On, Cooks’ - The Director Studio / Wieden & Kennedy (UK)
* Terence Donovan: Speed of Light - Dog and Duck Films (UK)

Best Use of Footage in a Cinema Release
* Bobby Sands: 66 Days - Fine Point Films (UK)
* Eat That Question - Frank Zappa in His Own Words Les Films Du Poisson, UFA Fiction / Sony Pictures Classics (France/USA)
* The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years - White Horse Pictures and Imagine Entertainment (USA/UK)

Best Archive Restoration / Preservation Project
* 1912-1992: 80 Years of Olympic Films Restored - International Olympic Committee (Switzerland)
* Cinecolor Restorations of Canadian Pacific (1949) and The Cariboo Trail (1950) - TLEFilms Film Restoration & Preservation Services (Germany)
* Zoo Quest in Colour (1950s) - BBC Natural History Unit (UK)

Best Archive Restoration / Preservation Title
* Napoleon (1927 Dir. Abel Gance) - BFI National Archive (UK)
* King of Jazz (1930 Dir. John Murray Anderson) - NBCUniversal (USA)
* Memories of Underdevelopment (Memorias del Subdesarrollo) (1968 Dir. Tom?s Guti?rrez Alea) - The Film Foundation/Cineteca di Bologna/L’Immagine Ritrovata (Italy)

Lifetime Achievement Award - A gift of the FOCAL International Executive
Serge Viallet

To find out more or to book tickets for the awards ceremony, visit the FOCAL website.

Website: www.focalint.org

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