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Apollo 11 Eye-Opening Documentary using Unseen Footage
An exceptional, vibrant restoration of never-before-seen footage from NASA of the first moon landing results in one of the most astounding films about space ever made.
Director Todd Douglas Miller, who has found a brilliant way to portray the first moon landing by doing nothing more than the gargantuan task of faithfully rejuvenating the historical record. The documentary is seamless curation of archival work; Miller and his team, in partnership with NASA and the National Archives, sifted through 11,000 hours of uncatalogued audio and restored reams of original film, including hyper-detailed 70mm footage that languished in the archives, boxed up and forgotten, since 1969. The result is a stunning project of historical preservation – no narration, no cutaway interviews, no recreations, just original material synced with some music and the occasional diagram.
The film is going to be released theatrically in March in the USA with a UK cinema release to follow.
Harry Birrell Presents - Films of Love and War
In the Summer of 1941, a young Scottish soldier set sail for war. He took his camera and an obsession for making movies. Now those films and his diary have been recovered, and edited into a film, narrated by Richard Madden, famous for his role as one of the Starks in Game of Thrones.
FootageBank Joins the StockFootageOnline Family
Long-established footage library FootageBank brings its excellent collection to join the StockFootageOnline hub, the premier destination for users of high quality stock and archival motion content. We welcome them to our portal.
Screenocean's Raiders of the Lost Archive
The noted archive and history specialist are featuring their Raiders of the Lost Archive series and celebrating Black History Month and looking at the momentous events from the 1960s that paved the way towards a more equal and just society.
StormStock Braces for Hurricanes
Four birds brace against intense rain and wind as Hurricane Hermine approaches the Florida coast. Still from DCI 4K video shot by StormStock founder and cinematographer Martin Lisius.
A Hidden Trove Of Silent Home Movie Footage
Reelin' In The Years Productions has a fantastic collection of home movies of musical artists, shot at concerts or by fans, and this valuable content is available for use in documentaries and other projects.
StormStock Image from 16K Video Wins RPS Stills Competition
An image titled, "Tornadic Supercell over Goldenrod" won a stills competition hosted by the prestigious Royal Photographic Society (RPS) this week. What makes it unique is the image is actually a still pulled from the 16K short film "Prairie Wind," shot and directed by StormStock founder and cinematographer Martin Lisius.
The Joy of Music
Music brings people together. Music has the power to heal, create change, and can even transport you to another time and place. Whether it's footage or photographs, Global ImageWorks' music collection will inspire, entertain, and enliven your production.
SpaceX Mars Engine Test
SpaceX performed the first static fire test of a Raptor rocket engine for its Starship test flight rocket on 3rd February 2019, at SpaceX’s rocket development and test facility located in McGregor, Texas.
Rare Footage of Don Shirley Playing Piano
The Green Book is a new film just released about a road trip taken by African-American pianist Don Shirley and his driver/bodyguard Tony “The Lip” Vallelonga in the 1960s, based on the book he wrote. Here is some rare footage of Don Shirley at the piano.
Erickson Stock – Stories about Seniors
Photographer and film-maker Jim Erickson describes the healing process and recovery from ankle replacement surgery and surfing with his son in a lovely short video centred on surfing.
Peter Jackson to Direct New Beatles Documentary
Following his successful First World War documentary They Shall Not Grow Old, Peter Jackson has signed on to direct a second archive project: a film edited from the full 55 hours of footage of the Beatles’ Let It Be recording sessions.
David Bowie - Rare Ziggy Stardust Footage Found
David Bowie's performance of Starman on Top of the Pops in 1972 is considered a watershed moment in musical history. It has been hailed as the 'holy grail' by the BBC producer who found the debut from another show.
Where's My Roy Cohn?
A new footage documentary premiered at Sundance Film Festival examines the notorious lawyer Roy Cohn, a red-baiting crook who mentored the young Donald Trump.
Health and Fitness from Bridgeman Footage
As the New Year is ushered in with customary good intentions and healthy resolutions, Bridgeman Footage have curated an apt collection of clips relating to 'Health & Fitness'. The selection includes everything from archival footage of athletes, to eye-opening PSAs and fascinating snippets of medical history.
Rare Grace Kelly Footage Uncovered at Producers Library
The 1955 world premiere of Hitchcock film To Catch a Thief and other black and white candid footage of Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier was uncovered at Producers Library this month. The footage shows a stunning Grace Kelly with Prince Rainier III in 1955 and 1956.