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Page 40 of 51 39 POST JULY 2014 STOCK FOOTAGE YESTERFILM ARCHIVAL LIBRARY TO BENEFIT FLYING OVER TIME HBO OFFERS CLIP LICENSING FOR TIME-LIFE SERIES 'LIFE AROUND US' FOOTAGE.NET OFFERS OVER 3.5 MILLION STOCK SCREENING CLIPS NEW YORK — (www.footage. net), an online resource for stock foot- age research, announced that more than 3.5 million preview clips from over 40 top footage collections are now available through its stock footage search and screening platform. According to the company, its goal is to make its stock footage collections easily searchable from a single site. With recent additions of ITN Source and AP Archive, has significantly expanded its total inventory of stock footage content. In addition to providing access to a huge volume of screening clips, the database also includes over ten million text records, giving users access to a volume of deep, historically-rich content. MAMMOTH HD EMPLOYS RED'S 6K DRAGON EVERGREEN, CO — MammothHD Footage Library ( continues to expand its 4K-plus footage collection with new additions to its wildlife, underwa- ter, sports, aerials, world locations, weather, high-speed (Phantom), abstracts, emergency services, food, infrared, and timelapse cate- gories. The company has been shooting 6K footage recently using Red's Dragon camera. "We will continue to push acquisition of our imagery to higher resolutions as the cameras become available," says Mammoth HD's CEO/ creative director, Clark Dunbar. "6K is the cur- rent capture resolution and we expect to see 8K within the next 12 to 24 months, with 10K to 12K and above as a viable tool within five years or so. Currently, our deliverables range from HD 1080 up to the full 6K, depending on the project and final display and distribution. With the digital display industries utilizing multiple HD and 4K panels into matrix'd 'large' displays, a 20K-plus display is easy to build with the proper server configurations." Stormy Weather on Arri S35 – Red 5K – HD StormStock® The world's premier storm footage library. (817) 276-9500 NEW YORK — HBO Archives (www. is offering, for the first time, clip licensing from the complete- ly-restored, 26- episode educational documentary series Life Around Us, the series produced by Time-Life Films from 1968-1971. The series, which explored a wide range of issues in the natural and social sciences from all around the world, covered such topics as climate change, developmental psychology of children, whaling and invasive species — all of which remain relevant today. Footage includes both story-spe- cific footage, as well as moment-in- time scenes of everyday life in the late 1960s. The Ultimate Machine? includes footage of advances in robotics at MIT alongside iconic imagery of computers in the workplace. Rock-A-Bye Baby, which screened at the White House in 1970, explores the influence of infant treatment and child rearing. Other episodes feature in-depth looks at topics including scientific studies in Antarctica, animal communication, water conser- vation, deforestation and solar research. All of the footage from the series has been transferred from film to HD, has been cataloged and digitized, and can be searched and previewed on the HBO Archives Website. PHOENIX, AZ — Yes- terfilm footage, offered in association with, and fundraising for the educational programs of Flying Over Time (www.flyingovertime. org), a non-profit or- ganization that promotes history and education, is offering a hand-selected collection of historical archival footage. Flying Over Time, as a 501c3 educational charity, teaches art and science through the lens of history, with a particular focus on aviation and the 1920s-30s. With a library that's an ever-growing resource of motion picture images of the past, Yesterfilm specializes in footage from about 1910 to mid-1960s general history and lifestyles. A partial subject menu includes early aviation, both com- mercial and military, World War I, World War II, Prohibition, Women Get The Vote, early Hollywood, Wall Street, The Depression, newsboys, Broadway lights, rural life and more. Yesterfilm offers an online sample reel, negotiable pricing options with special rates for museums and educational organizations and, if the company cannot supply the par- ticular shots requested, it will refer customers to any other source that it finds, at no cost.

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