Tuesday, April 27, 2010

A Noteworthy Marriage

Montreal, April 12, 2010 – The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) and Radio-Canada will join forces to showcase over 2,000 hours of new stock footage online at NFB IMAGES NFB.ca/images, the NFB’s web destination for stock footage professionals.

NFB IMAGES clients will begin to notice big changes starting this fall, with the arrival of 500 hours of Radio-Canada footage. There will be 2,000 hours of Radio-Canada footage on NFB.ca/images by 2011.

With today’s announcement, these two public organizations are pooling their resources to ensure that filmmakers and their audiences have unparalleled access to the audiovisual history of Canada and Quebec, including a vast selection of francophone stock footage.

Pleae click here to read the NFB's press release.

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