Author: Holly Webster

Culture

On the Road with Bridgeman Footage

With the sun coming out and the weather warming up, holiday booking season is upon us. To alleviate your work-head and inject some long-awaited wanderlust, we’re showcasing our favourite collections of contemporary travel footage, all available to license in stunning high-definition. Dorian Webber Wonderfully cinematic footage from Japan, Northern America, […]

Culture, History

The Vietnam War on Film

The Vietnam War – often referred to in the US as “America’s longest war” and in Vietnam, as the Resistance War Against America – grew out of the American commitment to the containment of communism during the Cold War. For around 15 years, the Democratic Republic of Vietnam in the […]

History

Cruel Fates: One Voyage too Far

Five explorers whose lives ended suddenly and tragically in pursuit of new discoveries   Robert Falcon Scott (1868-1912) Scott was an English naval officer, hired by the Royal Geographical Society before WWI to explore the Antarctic alongside Ernest Shackleton. In the wake of these navigations’ extreme success, Scott dreamed to […]

Art, Culture, History

The Sullivan Entertainment Collection

  Bridgeman Footage is proud to represent this collection of exquisitely staged historical establishing scenes, from the award-winning production company, Sullivan Entertainment. If you’re looking for an authentic, high quality cut-away, or a richly detailed establishing shot for your period drama, educational film, historical documentary or commercial, this collection could […]

Culture, History

The Cold War on Film

Archival footage captures the tension and turmoil between the Democratic West and Soviet East after World War Two.  The Cold War began soon after the end of WWII and escalated into a long period of fraught tension between the world’s two “superpowers”: the democracies of the Western world, led by […]

Art

Cyril Power: Rhythms of Modern Life

Exploring the vibrant and dynamic art of England’s most celebrated avant-gardist linocut printmarker. ‘When we say a work of Art has form, we mean its instinct with Life.’ Cyril Power, 1924 The Spirit of Sport Cyril Edward Power (1872–1951) is an English artist celebrated for his iconic linocut prints. He […]