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24th May 2017

     



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FOCAL International Awards – Footage at its Finest




Yesterday evening the Annual FOCAL International Awards Gala was held, to recognise the contribution of footage and research to the visual media industry. The standard of entries was very high and it was difficult for the panel of judges to choose, but many worthy recipients received awards.

In the prestigious atmosphere of the Lancaster London Hotel, comedian and broadcaster Hardeep Singh Kohli (pictured above) presented the awards to winners in 16 categories, recognising their contribution to productions. The winner for Best Use of Footage in a History Production, sponsored by Getty Images, was “Hitler’s Games – Berlin 1936,” by Roche Productions.

Best Use of Footage in a History Feature was won by Between the Rivers Productions
for “Letters from Baghdad.”

The Jane Mercer Footage Researcher of the Year Award went to Nina Krstic for “OJ – made in America”, Footage Employee of the Year was given to Simon Wood and the ITN Source Team, and the Footage Library of the Year winner was British Pathe.

The full list of award winners is here .

Mary Egan, Focal General Manager, Finance and Development says, “This was an excellent evening and everyone had a good time. The calibre of nominees was really impressive, showing the depth of talent and content available within the footage industry. Hardeep Singh Kohli made the evening hugely enjoyable while celebrating the skills of the people and libraries who make these productions possible.”

Website: www.focalint.org

footageMarketplace 2017 – the Best One Ever!




Yesterday was the 8th annual footageMarketplace, and visitors and exhibitors thought it was the best so far. The seminars were packed out, and the exhibition floor was humming with people and conversations. Publisher and event organiser Bob Prior said, “It went extremely well this year. The seminars were a major part of the programme, and we are very pleased that the CNN Collection sponsored them and the luncheon.”

There were 33 exhibitors, including, for the first time, stills libraries: Mary Evans, TopFoto, Ardea. Flora Nedelcu, Managing Partner of TopFoto said, “I was very pleased to meet new potential clients, the visitors didn’t overlap with fotofringe. [which she organises] I’ve really enjoyed being here.”

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is clearly an important developing area for footage libraries: it was the theme of one seminar, and also libraries like Big Easy One, partnering with Clarifai, and Vintage Cloud are both using AI to speed up the creation of metadata – having people go through footage frame-by-frame is clearly impractical, but now the developments in AI are beginning to show fruit in this sphere.

Footage Libraries debuting at fM included Mythstock, Videoplugger, HOsiHO and Jukin Media, all showing their unique collections to a wide variety of industry professionals. Around 250 people visited, from all sectors of video production, including stills researchers – some who were obviously thinking of adding footage research to their skillset – the panel seminar What Does it Take to be Successful at Footage Research? was completely packed out, and the organisers had to add an overspill room, which was also chock-full.

Among the technical companies exhibiting was iMetafilm, which showed a revolutionary sprocketless method of digitising film, which is capable of processing weak or fragile material in most film formats, as well as normal material.

Many regular exhibitors attended, including Science Photo Library, Robert Harding, BFI National Archive, and many more – see below for list. FOCAL International supplied a presence to show how they can support the community of footage researchers and suppliers.

Bob Prior says, “The feedback from the exhibitors was outstanding – they all thought it was very well organised, with a lot of visitors – footageMarketplace has made itself a fixture in the industry calendar and we look forward to next year’s event.”

Image: Robert Prior, Founder, footageMarketplace discussing the success of the show with James Buchanan, Chair, One to One Media. Photo: Peter Phipp of Travelshots.

The other exhibitors were:

AFP, IMG Replay, Huntley Film Archives, ITV Sport Archive, Bloomberg Media, Newsflare, Alamy, Fremantle Media Archive, Adobe Stock, Bridgeman Footage, Gaumont Pathe Archives, LOLA Clips, Reelin’ in the Years’ Productions, Global ImageWorks, ReelDeal, Screenocean, Shutterstock, Sonuma, SVT Archives.

Websites: www.footagemarketplace.com
www.stockfootageonline.com

footageMarketplace is Tomorrow – Don't Miss it – Register Now!




There is still time to register – click here to get your badge, don’t miss out! It is free for industry professionals.

Robert Prior, Founder, says: “We created footageMarketplace for footage researchers and archive producers/directors to socialise, face-to-face, with colleagues they bring, or meet while exchanging project plans with footage libraries and top tech companies.”

There will be three seminars during the day:

  • 10.00 The Reality of Virtual Reality
  • 11.15 What Does it Take to be Successful at Footage Research?
  • 14.45 Microsoft Reveals How it is Working with Artificial Intelligence


Not only do people do business at this event – which is the UK’s premier trade fair for anyone involved in supplying or using footage today, but they also get to socialise, gossip, meet old friends, as well as find new clients, in the delightful atmosphere of the David Lean Room.

Julian Jackson, editor of StockFootageOnline, says: "I go every year - it’s a blast. You never know who you are going to bump into next, and the space is conducive to meeting people and having a chat. The buffet lunch is excellent too, I recommend it.”

Sue Malden, Chair of FOCAL International, is leading a panel of expert researchers discussing: What Does it Take to be Successful at Footage Research? The seminar starts at 11.15 am and seating is on a first-come-first-served basis on the day.

Exhibitors who will be attending are:

AFP, IMG Replay, Huntley Film Archives, ITV Sport Archive, Bloomberg Media, Robert Harding, Newsflare, Alamy, BFI National Archive, FremantleMedia Archive, MythStock, Vintage Cloud, Adobe Stock, Ardea, Clarifai, BigEasyOne, TopFoto, Bridgeman Footage, FOCAL International, Gaumont Path? Archives, HosiHO, INA, Jukin Media, LOLA Clips, Reelin’ in the Years Productions, Global ImageWorks, Mary Evans Picture Library, iMetaFilm, ReelDeal, Science Photo Library, Screenocean, Shutterstock, Sonuma, SVT Archives, Videoplugger.

The cutting-edge industry seminars and splendid buffet lunch are sponsored by the CNN Collection.

It’s easy to register: Click here to ensure your complimentary badge is waiting for you on the day.

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

Website: www.footagemarketplace.com

footageMarketplace welcomes HOsiHO Aerial Stock Footage




HOsiHO is building fresh and highly curated collections of stunning aerial footage and photos, mostly shot by drones. Created in 2014, they represent over 60 talented professional photographers and filmmakers based worldwide. This is their debut at footageMarketplace, May 24th, the best event for professionals in the footage industry in the UK.

The agency is fast-growing and encompasses more than 10,000 clips immediately available for licence and download in HD/4K. HOsiHO’s website is available in both English and French.

Come and meet them at Table 29 in the gorgeous David Lean room at 195 Piccadilly, the home of BAFTA.

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.comwww.hosiho.com

Meet Huntley Film Archives At footageMarketplace




Come and see the historic documentary films specialist library at footageMarketplace on Wednesday 24th May. Located in central London at 195 Piccadilly the home of BAFTA, this is a great opportunity to meet face to face, network, socialise and make deals.

Huntley Film Archives are on Table 27. If you would like to make an appointment please contact them.

Footage Marketplace will take place at:
195 Piccadilly (home of BAFTA)
London W1J 9LN

From 0930 – 1630.

It’s easy to register: Click here to ensure your complimentary badge is waiting for you on the day. There is a full seminar programme, plus complimentary refreshments and buffet lunch.

Websites: www.footagemarketplace.com
www.huntleyarchives.com

footageMarketplace – Your Opportunity for Business and Social Networking




footageMarketplace – Your Opportunity for Business and Social Networking

Come to footageMarketplace on 24th May and meet compatible people with creative interests in common. No, it’s not the latest dating fashion – but the UK’s premier event for footage sector professionals to attend inspiring seminars, network, socialise, and discuss the industry in the prestigious surroundings of the David Lean room at 195 Piccadilly, home of BAFTA.

Over thirty footage libraries, industry organisations, and tech companies will be exhibiting, with outstanding seminars, sponsored by CNN Collections, a buffet lunch, and hundreds of visitors to engage with.

Robert Prior, Founder, says: “We created footageMarketplace for footage researchers and archive producers/directors to socialise, face-to-face, with colleagues they bring, or meet while exchanging project plans with footage libraries and top tech companies.”

There will be three seminars during the day:

  • The Reality of Virtual Reality
  • What Does it Take to be Successful at Footage Research?
  • Microsoft Reveals How it is Working with Artificial Intelligence


Not only do people do business at this event – which is the UK’s premier trade fair for anyone involved in supplying or using footage today, but they also get to socialise, gossip, meet old friends, as well as find new clients, in the delightful atmosphere of the David Lean Room.

Julian Jackson, editor of StockFootageOnline, says: "I go every year - it’s a blast. You never know who you are going to bump into next, and the space is conducive to meeting people and having a chat. The buffet lunch is excellent too, I recommend it.”

Sue Malden, Chair of FOCAL International, is leading a panel of expert researchers discussing: What Does it Take to be Successful at Footage Research? The seminar starts at 11.15 am and seating is on a first-come-first-served basis on the day.

Exhibitors who will be attending are:

AFP, IMG Replay, Huntley Film Archives, ITV Sport Archive, Bloomberg Media, Robert Harding, Newsflare, Alamy, BFI National Archive, FremantleMedia Archive, MythStock, Vintage Cloud, Adobe Stock, Ardea, Clarifai, BigEasyOne, TopFoto, Bridgeman Footage, FOCAL International, Gaumont Path? Archives, HosiHO, INA, Jukin Media, LOLA Clips, Reelin’ in the Years Productions, Global ImageWorks, Mary Evans Picture Library, iMetaFilm, ReelDeal, Science Photo Library, Screenocean, Shutterstock, Sonuma, SVT Archives, Videoplugger.

The cutting-edge industry seminars and splendid buffet lunch are sponsored by the CNN Collection.

It’s easy to register: Click here to ensure your complimentary badge is waiting for you on the day.

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

Websites: www.footagemarketplace.com

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