Free stock footage

Here a selection of free stock footage archives.

 

Recommendations by No Film School:

http://nofilmschool.com/2015/10/need-public-domain-footage-your-documentary-here-are-5-great-sources

 

Public archives (by goverment institutions and others)

http://www.pond5.com/free

https://archive.org/details/culturalandacademicfilms

http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/browse/

 

More free archives

https://videos.pexels.com/

http://www.stockfootageforfree.com/

http://mitchmartinez.com/free-4k-red-epic-stock-footage/

http://www.coverr.co/

http://www.videezy.com/

http://www.xstockvideo.com/

http://www.stockfootageforfree.com/category/time-lapse/

http://www.vidsplay.com/stock_footage6.html

http://www.clipcanvas.com/free-footage

http://www.wedistill.io/

http://mazwai.com/#/

 

 

 

free sound and music archives

Freesound.org offers a huge archive of free sounds (registration for free)

opsound.org is dedicated to open source culture offering free sound & music

mp3.com free music

Bargus.org  Music, sound, film, with a selection of  free classic music also

archive.org huge open source page (films, music, sound, books & more)

freemusicarchive.org free music

More links on the website below (german wesbite, but listing many international sites in English)

Freie Musik

There are HUGE archivs of free music on Youtube:

fall in love with sound design for film

Introduction to sound design (might be fun for kids 10 to 14):

sound design on TED:

 

Learn about film music from the best: Hans Zimmer

 

public domain historic images

The New York Public Library published thousands of open source images.

 

 

Public Domain Collections: Free to Share & Reuse

Did you know that more than 180,000 of the items in our Digital Collections are in the public domain? That means everyone has the freedom to enjoy and reuse these materials in almost limitless ways.

Source: www.nypl.org/research/collections/digital-collections/public-domain