New preview clips from Bridgeman Footage, the world’s premier destination for art, culture and historical footage, are now available for screening on Footage.net. Bridgeman Footage is a division of Bridgeman Images, the world's leading specialist in the distribution of fine art, cultural and historical media for licensing. Bridgeman Images represents over 2,000 image suppliers - including museums, galleries, artists, stately homes, photographers, private collections, libraries, universities, auction houses and picture archives.
“We are delighted to be making the Bridgeman Footage archive searchable through Footage.net,” said Edward Whitley, North American president of Bridgeman Images. He added, "We’ve had a very successful partnership with Footage.net for a number of years through their Zap Request service; and in making our clips searchable through their portal, we are now opening up our entire archive to Footage.net’s extensive network of media professionals worldwide. Bridgeman Footage continues to digitize, catalog and upload hours of film every week so it is important to check with our research team if there are clips a customer can’t find.”
“We’re very excited to welcome Bridgeman Footage to the Footage.net platform,” said David Seevers, Footage.net Chief Marketing Officer. “Since we started working with the folks at Bridgeman Images we have been extremely impressed at the breadth, depth and richness of the footage they have brought into their collection. They are unique in being the only archive to offer a complete range of art, culture and history in both stills and clips.”
Footage.net works with a wide variety of stock footage companies to enhance their visibility across the global production community. Bridgeman Footage clips will be available for screening through Footage.net alongside motion content from other leading footage companies.