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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 everything in between, making them the ideal partner when you need historic content.
With the launch of their new website in October last year, much of their content is now available for immediate download in HD broadcast quality, with more footage being added every day, ensuring you receive your footage quickly. If you haven’t visited their website recently take a look here or catch up on our latest trending topics and tutorials in their blog.
Image: from their tutorial on how to thread a Steenbeck film viewing machine.
If you would like to discuss your archive needs in person; come and see them at footageMarketplace London on Wednesday 15th May. Huntley Film Archives are on Stand 27. If you would like to make an appointment please contact them.
footageMarketplace will take place at:
195 Piccadilly (home of BAFTA)
London W1J 9LN
from 0930 - 1630
If you haven’t already arranged your free attendance you can register here.
Website: Huntley Film Archives
footageMarketplace Heads to New York for June Launch
Established in London as a vital networking event of the year footageMarketplace has now launched in New York on Fifth Avenue.
The impressively successful event with its expert seminars, showcasing of both boutique and branded leading footage agencies, invites visual content controllers to the Midtown Loft and Terrace at 267 Fifth Av.
This is a unique opportunity to meet with people in the industry face-to-face and find new sources, new clients and create or continue productive business relationships. footageMarketplace New York is the unmissable event for footage buyers and visual content controllers.
Find new creative sources and talk with footage suppliers from the USA, UK and Europe who understand your needs.
Listen To and Question the Experts
Inspiring, valuable, free seminars will be taking place throughout the day, which will provide insights to help you reach your professional goals. Register now to avoid the badge printing queue.
Seminars are on a first-come-first-served basis so getting listed early is of real benefit.
Who should come?
Anyone with a professional interest in visual content in any medium.
footageMarketplace New York 2019
networking + creating + communicating
ENTRY IS LIMITED - REGISTER TODAY!
Click here to register.
26th June 2019 - 9.30 to 5.30
Midtown Loft & Terrace, 267 Fifth Avenue (29th St & 5th Av),
New York, NY 10016
footageMarketplace is in joint partnership with
Website: footageMarketplace New York 2019
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.
FootageMarketplace London 2019 Seminars:
10.00 – 10.30
Law and Disorder
Giulia Castelli gives a masterclass on clearance and rights issues.
11.00 – 11.45
The Edge of Buying and Using Footage
This expert panel covers the inside track to buying and using footage, with Jonathan Hacker, Mary Egan, Denis Karam and Peter McMillan.
12.15 – 12.45
Harnessing the Impact of Music on Footage
Gary Walsh, a leading music supervisor gives insights into this dark art.
2.15 – 2.45
Is The Sun Shining on Footage?
David Ross, Head of Video at The Sun will tell all about how they use video in news.
3.15 – 4.00
Digging for Gold – Finding the Unfindable
Three expert researchers will tell you their secrets for finding those hidden clips which will transform your production. Kate Griffiths, Melanie Rozencwajg, Madeline Bates and Susi Paz are here to give you those transforming secrets.
ENTRY IS LIMITED - REGISTER TODAY!
15th May 2019 - 9.30 to 4.30
195 Piccadilly (home of BAFTA) London W1J 9LN
This event and the seminars are free to industry professionals. Seminar seating is on a first-come-first-served basis.
Come and meet face-to-face with 34 of world’s leading footage libraries.
We advise early REGISTRATION to avoid badge printing queue.
Website: London footageMarkeplace 2019
LOLA Clips Flies with Eagle Vision
LOLA Clips has now added a huge catalogue into its rapidly growing slate of partnerships like ITV GE and STUDIOCANAL with EagleVision. They are a leading producer and distributor of music based documentaries and high quality live concerts, covering all genres through Jazz, Blues and Soul to Pop and Rock.
Eagle Vision’s Harry Irving says, “Eagle Vision is delighted to be collaborating with LOLA clips. Sandra and Dom know the archive world inside out and their enthusiasm has been clear to see from the outset. In a fast-developing market with a growing array of broadcast platforms providing new opportunities for film makers, we look forward to bringing our leading catalogue of Music related footage to new clients globally.”
LOLA’s Joint CEO Sandra Coelho - who spearheaded the deal - says, "I’ve wanted this catalogue for LOLA as it not only adds to our increasing music catalogue but it cements LOLA Clips as one pf the most comprehensive sources of rights managed content anywhere in the world. We love this industry and our goal is to provide the highest quality material to our new and extremely loyal clients alike, the best service, material and experience out there."
Eagle Vision has thousands of hours of content dating back to the 1960s.
You can meet LOLA Clips on Table 03 at the UK’s foremost footage industry event: footageMarketplace in London on 15th May, where they will be showing Eagle Vision content together with other outstanding material they distribute.
First Set of FOCAL Award Nominations Announced
FOCAL International now unveils its first set of nominations for the 16th FOCAL Awards: the world’s only major awards competition dedicated to the promotion and celebration of archival footage and its contribution to the creative and cultural industries.
The FOCAL Awards are a landmark event on the Footage annual calendar.
The 2019 competition has been an undeniably rich and diverse contest that has proven an immense challenge for their dedicated jurors across the globe – testament to the continuing and growing power of archival storytelling. The quality of the 2019 submissions has been unparalleled.
From the very best in branded campaigns to the most impactful cinematic features, discover FOCAL’s list of production nominations for the 2019 FOCAL Awards here.
Winners for each category will be announced at the ceremony on 20 June.
The Jane Mercer Researcher of the Year and the Restoration and Preservation Awards nominations will be announced on 15th May.
The FOCAL Awards is a one-of-a-kind event and this year the organisation will also be celebrating the legendary career of filmmaker, Julien Temple, the recipient of the 2019 FOCAL International Lifetime Achievement Award.
Join them and Julian on the night by buying your early bird tickets to the ceremony here.