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New British Documentary Shows Previously Unseen Footage of Rudolf Nureyev
Previously unknown amateur film of great ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev will be seen for the first time in a new British documentary to be released in cinemas worldwide.
Ballet’s most famous star can be seen performing, choreographing and rehearsing in material unearthed by the film-maker Jacqui Morris. He was careful how he was filmed, but allowed fans to take amateur movies at rehearsal. A treasure trove of this material has been unearthed in New York. Jacqui Morris was taken aback to find about 16 minutes of unseen footage relating to the greatest male ballet dancer of all time.
According to the Guardian, in one clip, Nureyev can be seen rehearsing the Nutcracker with Claude de Vulpian, choreographing her while dancing together.
Most of the footage shows modern works created with leading choreographers such as Martha Graham.
Morris said of the footage: “You see him on stage, dancing very provocatively throughout … This is very avant-garde, very sexually provocative – the opposite of him playing the prince in ballet. In one section, he’s polishing a scaffolding pole in the most provocative way imaginable.”
Nureyev died in 1993 aged 54. The Nureyev Foundation gave the film-makers access to around 20 boxes of old VHS tapes, among other material in a vast archive held in the New York public library.
The documentary– Nureyev: All The World His Stage – will be released in September.
footageMarketplace – The Best Yet
The eighth annual footageMarketplace – packed with industry professionals – was acclaimed as the best yet by attendees. The seminars were all oversubscribed and the exhibitors reported a lot of interest in their collections.
1968 - Making Strides with Global ImageWorks
1968 was a year of seismic social and political change. Vietnam became the first televised war; revolutions developed throughout Europe; and famine struck Africa. The Summer of Love turned sour and the world shifted.
New aerial and drone footage on HOsiHO.com
Today HOsiHO, the France-based aerial stock footage specialist shares a clip from Cusco, Peru shot by Damian Kwasnik. Aerial view of Pachacuti, 9th king Sapa Inca, Statue at Plaza de Armas.
FOCAL International Awards Event – Tickets Selling Fast
Footage sector professionals have the opportunity to book a seat or table at the fifteenth FOCAL International Awards on 14th June. Join friends and colleagues at this unique industry celebration, held at The Troxy, London and hosted by comedian Hardeep Singh-Kohli.
Messages from the Masters – Expert Archive Producers Seminar
The fourth seminar of the day from footageMarketplace is a panel of three highly-renowned producers and researchers. If you need to find out insider information to create great work, these are the people to help you: Miriam Walsh, Sam Dwyer and Paul Gardner.
Google Sneakily Uses Unlicenced Footage in Weird Internal Video
In 2016 Google made a 9 minute “Concept Video” called The Selfish Ledger for internal distribution and discussion, a strange science fiction type film about who possesses data and how it can be used to reshape humanity. The video shows how an AI could decide to find out more about your data and pro-actively push you toward goals it sets.
StormStock’s Spectacular New Lightning Video Will Electrify You
StormStock founder Martin Lisius has just created a short video featuring some of his incredible thunderstorm footage. Lisius shot the material on 4, 5 and 6K while on location in "Tornado Alley." When asked if he is ever scared shooting storms, Lisius said, “No, never. I’m more concerned about ‘missing’ a storm.”
What Links These Footage Companies?
20/20 Software - M6VideoBank - Pond5 - Science Photo Library - CNN Collection - Fremantle Media Archive? They are some of the top companies exhibiting at the networking event of the year: footageMarketplace 13th June 2018 at 195 Piccadilly, the home of BAFTA.
Smarter Rights for Future Distribution Channels
"The future is already here – it's just not evenly distributed." Science Fiction writer William Gibson's famous comment from The Economist in 2003 appears more relevant than ever ... Although prediction can be tricky, Rights Consultant Ben Green offers some experienced insight about securing rights which are fit for the future . Register now for this seminar at footageMarketplace on the 13th June.
Lovely Drone Photography of Dolphins off North Wales Coast
Electronics shop manager Andrew Huddlestone from Abersoch, recorded the drone footage when he took his boat out near Saint Tudwal’s Island across the bay from Harlech in North Wales. The film shows what is believed to be the UK’s largest pod of bottlenose dolphins.
How to Buy and Use Footage - By Those Who Do
FootageMarketplace introduces second workshop - outstanding Expert Panellists Ed Cook – STALKR. Joanna Ludwisiak – Sky News. Massimo Moretti – StudioCanal. - 11.00 to 11.45 Wed 13th June 2018
HOsiHO Releases New Showreel
The France-based aerial images specialist has released a spectacular new promo video, featuring some of their best clips from around the world, generated on HD or 4K video and ready to use for either corporate, advertising or editorial productions.
Deep In The Country!
Reelin' In The Years Productions holds footage from some of the best country music artists of all time, because they represent Nashville-based Jim Owens Entertainment, with over 8000 hours of country music programming. See some great artists in action onstage.
StormStock Publishes Rare Tornado Footage
Producer, director and cinematographer Martin Lisius is well known for his unique storm footage. In 1993, he created StormStock, a collection of hurricanes, tornadoes, storm clouds, and lightning captured on film and video. It has become the "go to" weather footage source for high-end TV commercials, feature films and other media productions.