Surprisingly rock n roll 1960s Butlins http://t.co/IQPZD3uHVc #homemovies
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Because we believe that every project is unique we don’t ask you to scroll through pages of preselected online clips. What about the clips in between? Kinolibrary provide tailor-made clips on demand. Using our expert knowledge of our collections, we send you bespoke footage compilations that best fit your brief via FTP or DVD.
Our collections span the world and tell a century of stories from 1890s trick films to 1990s rave footage. We have breadth but also an eclectic eye for unusual, humorous clips, subcultural material and amateur footage.
We licence clips for projects ranging from documentaries and museum exhibitions to advertising and digital marketing campaigns.
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Surprisingly rock n roll 1960s Butlins http://t.co/IQPZD3uHVc #homemovies
Journeying through 1990s East London, first up Brick Lane and Spitalfields http://t.co/RGkHknfyJa #archive
From our brand new 90s collection, Terence Stamp talks about the explosion of the 60s http://t.co/c4f5yb29RM
Our showreels are just a small sample of the content we have available for licencing and include clips from across all of our collections. Explore our different themes or contact us to see more material and to order clean, high resolution footage.
New collections and films are coming into Kinolibrary all the time. If you are looking for something in particular, please get in touch. We would love to help you.
Nostalgic and intimate, the Kinolibrary amateur footage collection is one of the largest in the country, opening up private worlds which have previously been unseen by the wider public. A few favourites clips include, 16mm black and white footage of UK aristocratic families posing outside their mansions, shimmering 1940s Kodachrome shots of small town America, 1970s New York in the scorching summer and the bustling colourful streets of 1960s India.
If you are looking for 50s housewives, consumerism, fashion, travel, in fact anything associated with the culture and history of America then ask us about our excellent Americana Collection. Much of this high-quality collection from the States is brought to you in sparkling Technicolor!
Journey through the ages and around the world with our travelogue collection. From UK coach tours to Scarborough to exotic trips through Africa and India. Not only a place to find footage of worldwide destinations but also clips of people travelling in style in the pre-package holiday era. The collection also includes many amateur travelogues which offer a unique and more personal perspective on the places visited.
Revisit the bright lights and glitz of old Hollywood. Dating as far back as the late 1800s, this collection comprises many gems such as early shorts, behind the scenes studio tours, glamorous premieres and also a huge selection of film trailers and promos for US features ranging from Hitchcock classics to kitsch b-movies.
A shimmering collection of rare footage of 1950s and 1960s England shot by professional cameraman Gordon Richards. Focusing on Northern towns such as Stockton and Redcar, Richards shot everything from local communities and teen dances to urban regeneration projects and day trips, all in beautiful colour 16mm.
Illegal raves of the late 80s and early 90s descended on England's countryside with flashing lasers, wide-eyed revellers and police raids. Our exclusive rave collection offers a unique insider's view of this cultural phenomenon. Follow midnight convoys, see interviews with promoters and look out for the white gloves throwing shapes on the dance floor!
Revisit the hedonism, miniskirts, psychedelia, be-ins, protests and rock n roll of the 1960s with this collection. Featuring rare footage of many stars of the era including Jimi Hendrix, David Hockney, Pink Floyd, Marianne Faithfull and Julie Christie. Get a glimpse of colour shopping on Carnaby Street, John Lennon at a warehouse party in London, hippies in Haight-Ashbury, the Rolling Stones hanging out by the pool in America, Andy Warhol at work in The Factory and student rallies in the USA and UK.
From glamorous airline promo films to spy planes, the Wright Brothers and Concorde, our excellent aviation footage forms just part of our extensive transport collection. Whether its shiny American cars, production lines, steam trains or ocean liners, these films will take where you need to go.
For such a small island we’ve managed to cultivate a strong identity over the years. Step back in time to see the way we used to live. Aristocratic garden parties, shove ha’penny down the pub, British eccentricity and staycations all form part of this iconic collection covering many regions throughout the country.
Taking you through the corridors of 1940s department stores, to the front row of swinging 60s fashion shows then into the snug chair of a 1950s beauty parlour, this collection gives a nostalgic glimpse into the glamorous styles by-gone eras.
Including colour Battle of Britain, propaganda, foreign leaders, weaponry and military vehicles, wartime entertainment and the home front. Kinolibrary have footage related to all major wars and conflicts over the last century.
Kinolibrary have access to some of the best archive content in the world. The library is full of stories, history and beautiful moving images.
Please contact us for further information on Kinolibrary Productions for promos, events and programming.
Ravers explain their outfit choices outside the London Astoria in 1989… check the jumper!
A favourite recent addition to our collections are these home movie films shot in America in 1939. The footage begins in New York with a great colour shot of the late 1930s Manhattan skyline Next ...
The film camera can transport us to a different place and time both real and imagined. More than passively recording scenes, the movement of the camera can add an extra dimension to what is being fil...
A recent addition to our collections are some startling and rare colour WWII home movies shot by members of the German army. Here’s a clip from a longer film shot by Hitler’s pilot Hans ...
Within our early UK collections we have a wonderful rare newsreel. It was shot by a independent company who set up as a rival to the big established newsreel companies and then sadly went bust after ...
As the 100 year anniversary of the Great War is approaching we’re taking a look back through the collections to pick out some unusual WWI clips…. Dogs alongside soldiers in the trenches...