‘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 ...

Featuring: David McLoughlin, Nottingham

"We know that an image or film stock is right for our client often at first glance."

Life According to ‘les Bretons’: An Inside Look at the Cinematheque de Bretagne

Mevena Guillouzic-Gouret, head of archive sales at the Cinémathèque de Bretagne presents us their collection of rare and surprising films.

Featuring: Richard Wiseman, London

"Seeing the entire, uncut interview for the first time in over 50 years was almost indescribably thrilling."

Featuring: Naomi Hall, Sydney

"It was a unique experience to be working “alongside” other archive researchers around the globe."

Featuring: Kenn Rabin, San Anselmo

"I believe there’s nothing that can replace the communal experience, especially for a film like this."

Tribeca Film Festival Announces 2017 Documentary Lineup

Tribeca 2017's Spotlight Documentary program kicks off with the world premiere of LA 92 and a slate of documentary films aimed at raising environmental awareness.

Eight Days a Week: An Interview with Matt White

Ahead of this year’s edition of Sunny Side of the Doc focused on history, we caught up with Matt White to talk about his experience preserving and film and his epic archive research work on “The Beatles: Eight Days a Week.”

Illustrating the Archive: Didier Lefèvre and ‘The Photographer’

Archives in Motion pays tribute to Didier Lefèvre, photojournalist and co-author of ‘The Photographer’ (2003-06). The graphic novel, that includes numerous photos from Lefèvre's Afghanistan archives, won the Essentials of Angoulême award in 2007, several days before Lefèvre passed away.

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