AP Archive is the film and video archive of The Associated Press – the essential global news network. The collection includes more than 1.7 million global news and entertainment stories dating back to 1895 sourced both from AP’s own coverage and from our premium content partners. Hours of new footage are added daily with coverage from AP’s global news gathering network. If an event happens anywhere in the world, you can be sure that AP covers it.
Bridgeman Footage is your premier destination for art, culture and historic footage. We are a division of Bridgeman Images, the licensing specialists distributing multi-media packages to creative professionals and TV broadcasters worldwide.
Our rights-managed footage collection, much of which is rare and exclusive, comprises social history and newsreel archive, HD world travel and archaeological sites, artist profiles and vintage animation.
At bridgemanimages.com you can preview, download and search nearly 3 million images and clips to create a complete visual package. Contact our expert researchers who can advise on copyright and provide free research assistance amongst our extensive offline material.
British Pathé has the finest newsreel archive in the world, a treasure trove of 208,000 film items spanning the years from 1896 to 1979. It includes footage from around the globe of major events, famous faces, fashion trends, travel, sport and culture. It is an invaluable resource for broadcasters, documentary producers and archive researchers worldwide.
British Pathé represents the Reuters historical collection, which features the complete catalogues of Gaumont Graphic, Empire News Bulletin, British Paramount, and Gaumont British, as well as Visnews content up to the end of 1979.
Our content platform delivers value to a range of clients. It changes the game for brands, rights owners and heritage organisations by delivering amazing content in flexible, compelling and scalable ways to increase market awareness and expand audiences. It enables licensing, commercial, and digital teams – large and small – to track, control, re-purpose and license their growing number of assets to service their clients and colleagues.
We are the UK-wide strategic skills body that works with employers, individuals, trade associations, unions, learning and training providers, Government and its public agencies and other key organisations to ensure that the UK’s Creative Industries have continued access now, and in the future, to the skills and talent they require.
We support skills and training for people and businesses to ensure the UK Creative Industries maintain their world class position. We do this by influencing and shaping policy, ensuring quality and by securing the vital investment for individuals to become the best in their field and for businesses to grow.
DH Media Solutions, a division of Underground Vaults & Storage, specialises in environmental media storage and services for the entertainment industry in the UK. From long-term archival storage or servicing and delivering day-to-day assets, DH Media can customise a program to meet the specific needs of each client. DH Media’s parent company, Underground Vaults & Storage, has been a recognised leader in managed storage in the USA for all industries since 1959.
Managed by Film London, London’s Screen Archives is a unique network of historic film collections working together on a common mission: to bring London’s film heritage alive. London is home to some of the country’s leading national and specialist moving image archives and a vast range of museums, archives, libraries, educational institutions, community and special focus organisations which hold film and video material as part of their broader collections. Between them, these network members hold London’s rich film heritage, from feature films to home movies, with particular strengths in public information films, newsreels, films from industry and business or family films. Individually, these tell personal stories of how life has been lived; collectively, they tell bigger stories of changing neighbourhoods, patterns of work, travel, commerce, leisure and governance. Through our work these fragile and often-neglected films can be seen and enjoyed. Browse over 25,000 titles and view hundreds of films online via our website.
The FremantleMedia Archive is one of the largest and most diverse Television and Film libraries in the world. Boasting some of the world’s most recognised and cutting-edge news and standalone documentaries as well as a wide range of content from light entertainment, game shows, dramas, comedies and children’s programming. The Thames Television collection alone has over 100,000 hours of programming including Thames News and This Week/TVEye (1968-1992), the flagship current affairs programme of its day.
Kick-start your project by talking to the world’s biggest creator and distributor of digital content. The depth and breadth of our archive is un-surpassed offering 8 million online clips including broadcast, studio, and archive partners such as BBC Motion Gallery, ITN, AFP, Warner Brothers, Sky News, and Bloomberg. Our extensive editorial content can help tell your stories, and millions of affordable, royalty-free clips can fill in gaps and control budgets. Download broadcast quality 24/7, while 1 million hours of offline content, including rare gems from BBC and ITN archives, can be accessed with assistance from our experienced staff.
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The ITV Sport Archive features award-winning coverage and commentary from the world’s most famous sporting moments. Virtually every major sporting event covered by ITV since the mid-1960s including the very best of Football, Motorsport, Darts, Snooker, Athletics, Wrestling and more. Our boxing collection has one of the greatest fights of all time: Benn v Eubank. Our collection also contains complete Sport Classics programmes such as The Big Match, An Audience With Muhammad Ali and Football Mavericks. Footage from ITV Sport stars such as Jimmy Hill, Dickie Davies and Saint & Greavsie, a wealth of commentary including Brian Moore, Clive Tyldesley, Reg Gutteridge and Murray Walker, plus punditry from Alex Ferguson, Glenn Hoddle, Kevin Keegan and many more legends of the beautiful game. Visit our website email
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Kinolibrary is an independent footage library representing rare and remarkable moving images from around the world. Our passion is turning undiscovered archival film into easy-to-use digital footage for commercial projects, and with a large amount of our archive originating from 35mm or 16mm reels we can deliver in sparkling formats to help tell engaging stories.
Kinolibrary’s eclectic collection covers topics and locations throughout the 20th Century. From the subcultural footage of illegal raves, punks and LGBTQ+ communities to the 35mm global locations including 70s Iran, 60s North Korea, 80s New York and much more. We cover styles ranging from intimate home movies to amazing interviews and performances by cultural icons, converting offline content to online screeners quickly and free of charge. Get in touch with your research requests at email@example.com, we’d love to help!
LOLA Clips is a new generation licensing company that curates its content from producers around the world. We focus on providing professionally filmed content or new and unique material. LOLA is based in London and Los Angeles and our focus is based on researching, sourcing and providing the highest quality or most relevant content available. LOLA’s team has decades of experience and knowledge in licensing content around the world and we do everything we can to help our clients.
Pinewood’s Grammy award-winning Archive and Restoration team employ care, skill and the latest technologies and techniques in the delicate art of film and audio restoration. As a preferred supplier to the BFI, services include transferring film and audio material up to 8K data resolution, inspection and ultrasonic film cleaning, colour correction and grading, QC, vault storage, YCM recombining, Vista Vision, bespoke vinegar syndrome transfer and nitrate handling. The facilities at Pinewood feature Northlight 2, Scanity 4K and Spirit 2K scanners, 115-seat cinema and the last remaining optical transfer facility in Europe.
Prasad Corp provides specialist digital post production and restoration services to customers worldwide. We have provided support for some of the world’s most well known motion picture studios and archive facilities – reviving classics and ensuring the world’s long film heritage stands the test of time. Our services include film digitisation, digital film restoration, digital asset management, VFX, digital intermediate, 3D movie making solutions, re-mastering and digital cinema services. delivered by our creative and technical teams which. Our team of 1500 technical and creative people in six countries around the world are renowned for their professional expertise and exceptional service, having supported sophisticated and complex projects. Whatever your challenge, Prasad Corp has the solution.
Science Photo Library (SPL) is the leading source of science images and videos. Sourced from scientific and medical experts, acclaimed photographers and filmmakers and renowned institutions SPL’s content is unrivalled worldwide. Outstanding quality, accuracy and commitment to excellence are deeply embedded in the company’s DNA. Science Photo Library inspires creative professionals and delivers engaging content of the highest quality for a wide range of clients in a variety of sectors.
Screenocean provides unparalleled access to quality content from around the world, captured from 1896 to present. Discover rare and inspiring footage including historic newsreels, quirky entertainment programs, iconic and light-hearted never-before-seen home movies. From the serious to the silly, spanning 3 centuries, we help bring your stories and projects to life. Screenocean’s footage library includes clips from Reuters News Archive, Channel 4, Channel 5, Warner Bros TV, Clips & Footage and Cover Images. Searchable 24/7, get footage for TV, film, e-learning, advertising, corporate events, museums, music videos and more.
Sky is Europe’s leading entertainment company, serving 23 million customers across seven countries – UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria, Italy, Spain and Switzerland. The company has annual revenues of £12.9 billion and is Europe’s leading investor in television content with an annual programming spend of £7 billion.
The Sky News and Sky Sports Library Sales team license the high-quality content produced by Sky News, Sky Sports and Sky Sports News. We house thousands of hours of footage, which is expanding daily. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff will personally take you through the whole process, from research to delivery, licensing through to invoicing.
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