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June 6th, 2019 marks the 75th Anniversary of the invasion of mainland Europe by the Allied Forces. It was the largest seaborne invasion of all time, and opened up a Western Front against Nazi Germany, while the Soviet Union continued its pressure from the East.
WPA presents this clip as reminder of the great sacrifices made by Allied Forces on this day and in the days to come.
“Funny” Horse at Staines McDonald's
A couple of men brought their horses to the drive-thru lane in McDonalds in the UK town of Staines, placed an order, then one horse refuses to enter the building to collect the food.
Colour Footage of D-Day
Hollywood director George Stevens filmed WW2 in colour using a home movie camera. The films were not discovered till after his death but show another side of the great conflict.
The NFB at 80
The world-renowned National Film Board of Canada is 80 years old this month, and is commemorating its birthday with a selection of its films from all of its history.
D-Day 75th Anniversary Aerials from HOsiHO
On the June 6th anniversary, there will be commemoration ceremonies in the presence of worldwide heads of state, and the French aerial footage specialist will be able to provide stills and footage of the area where the Allies invaded in 1944.
Red! Art in the Land of Soviets
INA and co-producer Arte just released a 52’ documentary that sheds light on the Russian artistic revolution. This film documents the rising of new artistic movements inspired and formed by the Revolution.
New Footage Library – Progress
East Germany the country is no more, but its films live on. Progress is a German archive of the complete film heritage of East Germany from 1946-1990. See the world from the other side of the Iron Curtain.
Tomorrow is The Day – footageMarketplace
The annual get-together of footage professionals is tomorrow Wednesday 15th May. A not-to-be-missed event with over 30 footage libraries and organisations exhibiting and excellent seminars to attend.
footageMarketplace Rolls Out This Week
Wednesday 15th May is the day, 195 Piccadilly (home of BAFTA) the place to meet the best in the footage industry and network with fellow professionals and attend the cutting-edge seminars.
Historic Films Hails Two New Libraries!
The US historic content supplier has acquired new material from two interesting and unusual sources: Alternate Beat TV, with interviews with punk and rock musicians from the 1980s, and Kent State 1970 – student 8mm footage of the violent protests that resulted in the deaths of four young people.
Meet Huntley Film Archives in May at footageMarketplace
Huntley Film Archives is a documentary footage library with a collection of over 80,000 films spanning a century of worldwide historic and social change. Their collection includes some of the earliest films from the 1880s up to more recent events of the 1980s and you can meet them in person at footageMarketplace on 15th May.
Find Out More About footageMarketplace’s Seminars
Nine outstanding speakers are coming to footageMarketplace on 15th May to inform, educate and give you insights into their specialist area of the footage industry. These seminars are free, but last year were standing-room only, so you need to get there early.