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“Finding Sally”: Exploring Ethiopian Archives on a Personal Quest.

Archive Valley met with filmmaker Tamara Dawit to exchange about her new documentary « Finding Sally » and her use of Ethiopian archives to tell her family story.

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Key Takeaways: Discussing the Impact of COVID-19 on Archive Researchers.

A month ago, at Archive Valley, we’ve run our first webinar that was fully dedicated to our international community of

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Revitalizing Black and White Film with Digital Colorization

They were nominated for a BAFTA Award in Visual Effects for their work in the 13-hours TV-series ‘World War II

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Interview with the archive researchers behind “Diego Maradona”, Asif Kapadia latest documentary

“Diego Maradona” is the latest Asif Kapadia documentary, and it is fully archive-driven – more than 500 hours of never-before-seen

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The Ups and Downs of Finding Footage from YouTube for Your Productions

For content creators and professional archive researchers seeking to use material found on YouTube in their final cut, here are a few of the ‘ups and downs’ of researching on the world’s most popular video platform.

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Interview With Mrinal Kapadia

Archive Valley’s interview with the producer Mrinal Kapadia, who lives in India and runs a production company, producing fiction and documentaries for the Indian and international audience

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Fair Use in Documentary: Understanding the Costs

Here are a few things to remember when considering claiming fair use of copyrighted footage in film and television productions.

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The Documentary Film Industry in 2019: Insights from Peter Hamilton

Our interview with Peter Hamilton discussing the recent trends and developments in the documentary film industry in 2019.

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