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SURVIVAL-ANGLIA LTD (SURCAT)


Jaguar alert and watching intently, Amazonas, Brazil (photo courtesy of Nick Gordon/Survival Anglia Ltd)
Description
The Survival Unit has produced over 1,000 natural history documentaries for the ITV Network since 1961. The Library exists to service stock shot sales and is now known as SURCAT. Footage sales are now handled by ITN Archive (see separate entry).
Website
http://www.surcat.com
Keywords
Natural history; Wildlife
Access
Access available. 09.00-17.30. Staff are available to assist. Access for disabled.
Facilities
Viewing on premises. Viewing off premises by audition cassette.
Charges
Charges for research for broadcast productions. Charges for facilities and handling. A price list is available upon request.
Copyright
Copyright held.

Moving Image, Audio and Related Documentation Holdings

Video/Film
Video: 8,000 hours. Documentary.
Video components: VHS Video, lo-band U-Matic, DigiBeta master tapes.
Film: 14,000,000 feet. 100% colour film. Documentary.
Film components: 16mm, Super 16.

Catalogues

Computerised database
Available. All computerised.

Additional Information

Other information
Shotlists detailing subject, camera shot, location and footage.
Conservation policy
All footage since its inception has been retained.

Main Contact

Name
Simon Wood
Job title
Research Manager
Telephone
020 7430 4480
Fax
020 7430 4453
Email
sales@itnsource.com
Address
c/o: ITN Source
200 Gray’s Inn Road
London
WC1X 8XZ

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