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Screenocean Rocks Away the 60s
Screenocean shows check out the best of live music from Historic Films in a collection that includes Newport Folk Festival and other highlights of the 1960s.
NEWPORT FOLK FESTIVAL 1963 - 1966
The Newport footage stands out as the most comprehensive document of unadulterated Americana music that exists. The Isle of Wight Festival Of Music was held a year after Woodstock and stands out as one of the most memorable rock festivals of that era. The festival included performances by Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, The Who, and many others.
THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW
Beginning in 1948 as "The Toast Of The Town", the show became America’s most popular and enduring variety show for the next 23 years. His line-ups represented a virtual "who’s who" of American entertainment. An appearance on the Ed Sullivan show truly said to the American public that you were a star. - The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Barbra Streisand, The Rolling Stones, The Doors, the Jackson Five, and many others.
During the summer of 1970 popular rock bands The Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin and others embarked on a mammoth trip via private train across Canada. Along the way they stopped off at different Canadian cities and staged a series of "All Star" concerts.
NFB Archives is proud to be a part of Michelle Latimer’s new documentary, Inconvenient Indian. Premiering at Toronto International Film Festival this month, the film is an adaptation of Thomas King’s acclaimed book of the same title.
Featuring Kent Monkman, A Tribe Called Red, Alethea Arnaquq-Baril and more, the film depicts "a young generation trying to shed the shame" and reclaim its identity. Inconvenient Indian is a prime example of how archives can be used by Indigenous creators to turn hurtful stereotypes on their heads and re-tell history from their own perspectives.
Bridgeman has cemented a new partnership with A/V Geeks LLC. The film archive has one of the foremost private collections in the US, comprising over 25,000 16mm films from individual collectors, home movie collections, historical and regional archives.
A/V Geeks has been collecting, screening and digitising films for over 30 years. They have provided footage for film and video productions for music videos, documentaries, feature films, comedy shorts and new educational works, and now Bridgeman has access to content from across their 130,000 strong clip database to share with their clients.
A vital election set against the backdrop of a global pandemic, nationwide economic crisis, and violent ideological tensions – leverage exclusive CNN footage to tell the story of 2020’s momentous vote.
CNN Collection has been known for its impressive library of footage from the most iconic news events, rare interviews, and hard-hitting live reports. Now storytellers and content creators can turn to that same library for one-of-a-kind images from the world leader in news. Check out the website.