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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC FILM & TELEVISION LIBRARY


Description
Recording history as it happens, National Geographic’s filmmakers work side by side with leading scientists, researchers, and explorers to capture Earth’s beauty and its landmark moments - and share them with viewers all over the world. It’s a mission we’ve followed for nearly 40 years, when the first National Geographic Special brought the rigors of Mt. Everest into America’s living rooms. Since then, we’ve garnered more than 122 Emmys for both our Specials and Ultimate Explorer cable TV shows, wowed legions of fans, and won the approval of critics around the world.

These unparalleled moving images of the world, wildlife, adventure and exploration, people and cultures, natural phenomena, and human origins are the treasure inside the National Geographic Film Library. Right now, more than 250,000 hours of dramatic footage - from National Geographic videos, films, and their production outtakes, as well as from our partner libraries - are available for licensing.
The Film Library is actively seeking news and educational partners to expand the depth and breadth of the Film Library’s wholly owned and licensed film properties through its commercial sales.

The Film Library’s primary office is located in the National Geographic Society headquarters in Washington, DC.
Website
http://www.ngtlibrary.com/ngtsr/newsite/default2.asp
Keywords
Natural history

Main Contact

Email
VideoRights@natgeo.com
Address
National Geographic
Digital Motion Services
1145 17th Street,
N.W. Washington, D.C.
20036-4688

Alternate Contact

Telephone
020 7581 7175
Fax
020 7225 2315

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