Partners

We wish to thank the organisations which support Living Memories Online in different ways, including by making their fascinating archive film resources available to us, including, in alphabetical order:

AP/British Movietone
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British Movietone is arguably the world’s greatest newsreel archive, spanning the period 1895 – 1986. Shot on 35mm film, this global archive contains many of the world’s enduring images and is rich in coverage of news events, celebrities, sports, music, social history, science, lifestyle and quirky. It was the first newsreel to include sound, the first to use colour film, the first to break many exclusive stories and is your first and last stop for newsreel footage. The collection is fully digitized and now available from AP Archive. Read More
Clips & Footage
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Clips & Footage has been a leading supplier of archival footage since 1998. The archive is an eclectic library of historical events and personalities from 1895-1968, American social history and the Hollywood Collection (the largest collection of classic film trailers, Hollywood production, screen tests and premieres in Europe). It also features a huge archive of science fiction and horror trailers, silent comedy shorts and feature films of every genre including Westerns. The contemporary collection contains 35mm timelapse footage, thousands of images of cities and countries around the world, various lifestyles, educational and science and business films. Read More
Greenpark Productions Ltd
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Greenpark Images is aboutique film and video archive containing moving images, dating back to the 1940's and earlier. It is a division of Greenpark Productions Limited,which is believed to be one of the oldest surviving documentary productioncompanies in Europe and has a film and video footage collection to match.
We license that footage to production companies and broadcasters around the world. You canread more about the company in Greenpark's History.
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Huntley Archives
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Huntley Archives are a team of dedicated film archivists who aim to help produce the best archive content for every project. The Huntley Archives collections are vast and varied - the sum of over fifty years of service to production and to film archiving. Footage starts around 1895 and covers the places and people of the 20th century comprehensively and globally. Their holdings are mostly documentary with the addition of behind the scenes Hollywood, Bollywood and a special collection of pioneer film makers.

Huntley Archive's source material is still on celluloid for quality and filmic texture. Films are housed in purpose built film vaults and staff are expert in their field.
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Reuters
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The Reuters News Archive is home to over 1 million licensable clips, spanning from 1896 all the way to present day. Access historic newsreels from Visnews, Gaumont Graphic, Gaumont British, Empire News Bulletin, British Paramount and Universal Newsreels. With unmatched coverage in over 16 languages, and reaching billions of people worldwide every day, Reuters provides trusted intelligence that powers humans and machines to make smart decisions. Founded in 1851, Reuters has remained true to the Trust Principles of independence, integrity and freedom from bias, working relentlessly to bring news from the source and from every corner of the world. Read More
Screenocean
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Screenocean provides unparalleled access to unique and quality content from around the world, captured from 1896 to the present day. Discover rare and inspiring footage including momentous historic newsreels, entertainment programmes, and over 20 million iconic images. Spanning 3 centuries, Screenocean's libraries help bring stories and projects to life. Screenocean’s footage library includes clips from Reuters News Archive, Channel 4, Channel 5, Warner Bros Television Productions UK, Clips & Footage, BAFTA and Cover Images. Searchable 24/7, get footage for TV, film, education, advertising, corporate events, museums, music videos and more. Read More
The Imperial War Museums
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Imperial War Museums has managed a Film Archive from its very beginnings as an institution, and the film collection covers all aspects of conflicts in which British, Commonwealth or former Empire countries have been involved since the start of the twentieth century. The IWM Film collection includes 25,000 hours of footage of public and service information films, documentaries, unedited combat films, official newsreels and amateur films. Read More
National Motor Museum, Beaulieu
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From the earliest motor carriages to classic family saloons, the world-famous National Motor Museum has one of the finest collections of cars, motorcycles and motoring memorabilia in the world. The Film, Video and Sound Collection was established at the National Motor Museum in 1979.

Initially collecting focused on British motor manufacturers, many of whom were ceasing trading or changing ownership in the 1980s. Obtaining items from these sources became a rescue mission, to avoid their film and video material being destroyed. In addition, a number of private motoring-themed collections were obtained, mainly amateur footage from motoring enthusiasts, giving an insight into how the motor car influenced leisure pursuits of the families featured.
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We also wish to remember David McCullough, CEO of The Abbeyfield Society, a champion for the work of Living Memories C.I.C., who died unexpectedly on February 8, 2021.