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Stunning footage of Paris filmed more than 110 years ago has been painstakingly colourised for a celebratory documentary of the era of the “Belle Epoque”.
Director Hugues Nancy spent months restoring the colours in the different clips. Filmed between 1900 and 1914, some shots were captured more than 110 years ago.
The documentary, Paris 1900 - The City of Lights, was produced by CPB Films using archive footage from Gaumont Pathe Archives, Films Lumiere and Lobster.
The City of Lights played host to the Exposition Universelle in April 1900, which welcomed 51 million visitors - half of whom were foreign. At this time Paris was known for both its art and fashion, as well as the latest technical and scientific inventions.
This fascinating archive material has been restored and fully colourised, so this film presents the viewer with a glimpse of Paris as it was in days gone by.
Huntley Archives Introduces Guest Blogger from Austria
Huntley Film Archives is delighted to introduce Hanna Stein, a historian with a Masters degree in South-eastern European history and currently an assistant at the University of Graz. Hanna visited Huntley Archives last year and has written a guest blog which highlights the importance of amateur home movies in history.
With particular emphasis on a previously unseen 1966 amateur film of Albania, Hanna guides us through the significance of this footage and the intriguing glimpse we get of life in 60s Albania during the Cold War.
GoPro are offering a share of $1,000,000 prize money for footage of exciting, amusing or thrilling adventures shot with the GoPro Hero8 camera.
GoPro say, “Grab a HERO8 Black or MAX and be a part of the 2019 GoPro Million Dollar Challenge Highlight Video. Send us your best video clips of epic travel adventures, insane action, family radness or anything awesome.”