Blog Content Views

Fair Use Explained: Our Expert Guide for Documentary Filmmakers

Fair Use Explained: Our Ultimate Expert Guide for Documentary Filmmakers What do we mean by fair use? Once a baffling

READ MORE

Using Footage Without Permission: the Orphan Work Dilemma

Using Footage Without Permission: the Orphan Works Dilemma Using footage without permission is not a simple issue and can land

READ MORE

A Look at Documentary Short Films & the Opportunities Out There

Documentary Short Films : Why they are here to stay and how you can be a part of it. Some

READ MORE

How to navigate the tricky terrain of archive research for documentary and fiction film

Article written by Madeline Bates Madeline Bates currently works as a freelance consultant with arts festivals and regional screen archives

READ MORE

“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.

READ MORE

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

READ MORE

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

READ MORE

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

READ MORE