Hello! It's been a year since last we wrote an article, we let the footage speak for itself, and we're going forward full steam ahead.
History can be recorded and kept alive and relived many times over through curated archives kept by researchers and movie aficionados. These archives need to be maintained and preserved hermetically until all instances noteworthy to be rendered into clips or stock footage are recorded using the latest equipment and medium available.
Not all film is cut up the same way.
Mostly it's very relative, this slicing of a movie into a series of seconds that sell.
There are those money shots and then there are duds.
Some film instances are so memorable, most everyone will know their reference, and most everyone in the industry will have the clip, The rare gems are the director's dream, they can make a movie production come together.
We have so much film in our archives that we want to share with you what we can to make your project the best it can be.
Imagine there being no visual record of anything transpiring at the present moment, would there be a future?