Featuring: Matthew Fisher, Miami

"I find that building relationships is key when you often operate in a very small sphere."

Featuring: James McDonald, London

"We finally tracked down the only known footage on one of the bands appearing on Rhodesian Television."

Featuring: Marianna Yarovskaya, Los Angeles

"The better your research, the better your non-fiction film will be."

Featuring: Matthew Sanger, London

"I also like a project that pushes you to rethink how you work."

Featuring: Montserrat Bailac, Barcelona

"(...) you may only find it abroad especially if you are looking for the non "official" version."

Featuring: Jim Anderson, Manchester

"UGC may take over from traditional archives. It’s a great alternative for productions with small budgets!"

Featuring: Alba Toajas, Madrid

"Research, documentation and cinema: the perfect combination, I love my job!"

Featuring: Sebastian Claesson, Malmö

"There’s so many skilled people that are willing to help out and make their archives visible and useful."

‘I Am Not Your Negro,’ Archive Footage and Race in America

Raoul Peck revisits James Baldwin’s writings through archive footage and stills in the Oscar-nominated documentary 'I Am Not Your Negro'.

De-classified: Nuclear Test Footage and Our Dangerous Past

From 1945 to 1962 the American government detonated more than 210 nuclear bombs while cameras captured each test explosion at nearly 2,400 frames per second. Since the legislative halt of atmospheric testing in 1963, 6,500 out of an estimated 10,000 films have been located with 4,200 scanned and now 750 declassified.  Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory ...

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