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BBC Motion Gallery Licenses Footage for Movies

BBC Motion Gallery, the clip sales arm of BBC Worldwide Americas, has sold a raft of footage into movies debuting this fall and winter. The footages licenses include:Oliver Stone's W features news clips from BBC Motion Gallery of the Iraq war including th

April 6, 2018

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BBC Motion Gallery, the clip sales arm of BBC Worldwide Americas, has sold a raft of footage into movies debuting this fall and winter. The footages licenses include:

  • Oliver Stone's W features news clips from BBC Motion Gallery of the Iraq war including the historic demolition of the Saddam Hussein statue. (Studio: Lionsgate)

  • Milk features footage of CBS anchors Cronkite and Roger Mudd during the 1070s (Studio: Focus Features)

  • Ron Howard's Frost/Nixon includes CBS news footage exclusively from BBC Motion Gallery. (Studio: Imagine / Universal)

  • The Express uses civil rights' footage as well as African-American athletes during the 1960s. (Studio: Universal)

  • In The Soloist, footage includes the July 7, 2005, bombing of London. (Studio: Dreamworks)

  • The documentary Religulous, uses war, religious and political clips (Studio: Thousand Words / Lionsgate)

  • Man on Wire, BBC Motion Gallery's exclusive CBS footage of the Twin Towers and a clip of a cable walker at the World Trade Center. (Studio: Magnolia Pictures)

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