Exclusive NFB Archives offer for 2015 DOC members: 20% off stock-footage and photo licences
Like DOC, the NFB is passionate about documentary filmmaking in all its forms—and dedicated to helping filmmakers bring their vision to the screen.
With its rich selection of documentary content from thousands of films covering a vast range of subjects, including many human-rights and social issues, NFB Archives is an invaluable resource for filmmakers. The NFB Archives collection contains a variety of classic archival material—footage of war, the environment and nature, and Aboriginal cultures—but so much more as well: a total of approximately 20,000 hours of footage.
NFB archivists have intimate knowledge of the collection and can give you personalized service to help you find what you’re looking for. Their technical facilities and expertise can transfer film into any format up to 4K. In the words of filmmaker Jerry Rothwell, director of Sundance 2015 opening film How to Change the World, “They know how to work with film source material in the digital age. NFB Archives were the fastest and the transfers were of exceptional quality.”
NFB Archives is proud to offer all 2015 DOC members a 20% discount on licence fees for stock footage and photos from the NFB Collection, until March 31, 2017.
Register now for this offer!
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Also, a reminder that you will receive a Canadian tax credit when you buy footage from NFB Archives’ European partners through the NFB.
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