Screenocean provides unparalleled access to unique and quality content from around the world, captured from 1896 to the present day. Discover rare and inspiring footage including momentous historic newsreels, quirky entertainment programs, and over 20 million iconic images. From the serious to the silly, spanning 3 centuries, we help bring your stories and projects to life. Screenocean’s footage library includes clips from Reuters News Archive, Channel 4, Channel 5, Warner Bros TV, Clips & Footage and Cover Images. Searchable 24/7, get footage for TV, film, education, advertising, corporate events, museums, music videos and more.
+ 1m licensable clips online spanning 121 years
+ 1.5m programs available free to education
+ 20m stunning and iconic images
+ 40K iconic full-length programs
+ Light-hearted clips to momentous historical newsreel
+ 24/7 secure access: search, view, curate, download and license
+ Powered by the award winning Imagen Enterprise Video Platform
RETUERS NEWS ARCHIVE
CHANNEL 4, CHANNEL 5, WARNER BROS TV & MORE
Screenoceans program and clips collection includes output from Channel 4, Channel 5, E4, More4, Film4 and Warner Bros. TV Productions UK. Register here to explore the extensive collection which covers subjects such as science, history, drama, showbiz, culture, comedy, current affairs, documentaries, music performances and much more. Licensable excerpts from well-known series such as “Equinox”, “Dispatches” and “Who Do You Think You Are” will enhance your programs.
CLIPS & FOOTAGE
Clips & Footage is an eclectic library of historical events and personalities from 1895-1968, covering American and British social history, Classic Hollywood and B-movie trailers, silent comedy shorts and feature films of every genre. Rare highlights include the Mountbatten Collection of home movies showcasing the lifestyles of an aristocratic British family in the 1920s-30s; The Royal Collection, includes color home movie footage of the young Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret at Balmoral in 1939; the Spanish Civil War shot in color from Franco’s side in 1936.
ScreenAcademy is a free to use on-demand TV and Radio service for use in education allowing staff and students to record and view programmes from over 75 free-to-air channels and the extensive BBC archives..
To access ScreenAcademy, your education institution MUST hold an ERA licence.
Screenocean represents over 20m stunning images from Cover Images, covering over 25 years of celebrity and entertainment.