Rather than having to wade through a database of preselected clips, just send us your research list so we can do the hard work for you, and for free. If you have a tight deadline we can provide a rush service.You can give us a call about your project or email your wishlist. We hold a large collection of material with film backing, if you require HD or 2K masters then let us know when you contact us with your request and we’ll make sure we supply you with footage that fits the bill. Our rates are flexible and vary depending on the project and terms of licence. We try to find solutions for all budgets and offer sliding scales for bulk orders.Explore the technological advances, counter culture and political and social movements in our marvellous California 60s-80s collection.These rare films cover a fascinating range of subjects from early LGBT rights campaigns to emerging Silicon Valley, celebrity parties, sexual revolution, hippie retreats, student protests, disco and so much more.Explore our different themes or contact us to see more material and to order clean, high resolution footage.60s and 70s Japan 70s UK Life Alcohol Atomic Audiences Dancing European Nightlife Goodbye Hair Hippies Homes of Tomorrow Junk Food vs Health Food Laboratory Science London Making A Splash Office On the Telephone Pastimes People Looking Up Point of View Shots Reaction Shots Record vs Tape Robots and Jetpacks Romance School Swinging 60s London Typical English Urban Decay Watching TV Workout New collections and films are coming into Kinolibrary all the time.We licence clips for projects ranging from documentaries and museum exhibitions to advertising and digital marketing campaigns.Our service is fast, flexible and friendly, providing access to a wealth of great offline content quickly. While studying filmmaking in New York, Serena discovered her passion for archive film.
Much of this high-quality collection from the States is brought to you in sparkling Technicolor!The Cultural Fantasists archive takes you from hanging out with groupies in the early 70s to walking the streets of Haight Ashbury in the Summer of Love and browsing the shelves of Vivienne Westwood’s infamous punk shop Seditionaries.Rare music footage includes a 1977 interview with Marc Bolan, performances by punk artists such as the X-Ray Spex and a performance by a very young Take That in a Northern gay club.This collection includes thousands of hours of rushes from London local news reports which have remained unseen since they were shot in the 1990s.A wonderfully diverse collection of music and subcultural footage from 60s-90s.