Choose from hundreds of newsreels, home movies , commercials educational and corporate training films.
Interviews with legendary figures like Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry
From Elvis to Tin Pan Allie, we have great material representing legendary talent ranging over six decades.
Footagesource has one of the largest collections of censored footage in any library. The collection includes features, cartoons, print material, shorts and works never distributed do to their offending nature.
AND JUST PLAIN ODD
Shirley Temple playing a Washington DC call girl is just one of hundreds of what we call 'odd films.' Give us a call and let us know what strange footage you need.
Four Decades of Archival Film Experience
WWW.Footagesource.com is an internet based source for accessing stock footage.The site utilizes the resources of the James Forsher Collection, a thirty year old archive that has in excess of 2,500 titles. The library covers over 100 years of history, and includes such topics as nature, motion pictures, newsreels, cartoons, historical figures, inventions, cultural studies and world locations.
Forsher Archives has served the stock footage needs of production company throughout the world for nearly three decades. The library has served a population of over 100,000 advertising agencies, television and film production companies, television stations, corporate and educational audio/video centers as well as cable operators primarily based in the US and Canada. We service them thru our in-house library, including newsreels, features, shorts cartoons, documentaries, shorts and stock footage out-takes.
James Forsher Productions was formed in the mid 1970’s as a film and video production company. During the early 1980′s, James Forsher Productions produced a series of documentary specials for national cable and home video release (Ticket to Hollywood, Hollywood Uncensored and Hollywood Ghost Stories that were licensed to such companies as Movie Channel, Cinemax, Warner Home Video, IVE Home Video etc.). During this time, Forsher Productions developed an in-house library of stock footage, used in the documentaries. Shows like Entertainment Tonight began using the collection on a regular basis. In 1986, the company expanded by hiring a full time film archivist, and the library has functioned as an autonomous company ever since.