Brunswick Films was founded in the late 60s by director/cameraman John Tully to provide coverage of the Formula One Grand Prix circuit. From his vibrant film footage of this seminal era through to the 1990s, the Brunswick Films Formula One Film and Video Archive has been compiled. It is one of the most comprehensive collections of the 1970s Formula One material available. The library features eleven years of the most exciting period in Formula One history, from the great Tyrrell vs. Lotus battles of the early years including two Jackie Stewart championships, Niki Lauda's fiery exit on the Nordschleife in 1976 and James Hunt's title of the same year, the Tyrrell six wheeler and Ferrari's last pre-Schumacher world title, to Alan Jones claiming his and Frank Williams' first title at the end of 1980. There are over 1000 hours of film and video, much of which has never been seen before, catalogued by year and event. The remarkably high quality of footage available makes it suitable for any application. Brunswick Films' clients range from film and television producers requiring extensive coverage of events for documentary purposes to advertisers and corporate video producers looking for shorter, harder hitting clips to convey a particular message. We also provide research and duplication facilities and our extensive knowledge of this period of Formula One means that we can advise and help you find the most suitable footage for your production. In addition to the Formula One footage, the Brunswick Films Archive contains extensive film and video from many other forms of motor sport, including World Championship Rallying, World Championship Motorcycle Racing, World Champion Sportscars, the Le Mans 24 Hours, 24 Hours of Chamonix, Ayrton Senna in Formula Ford and Nigel Mansell in Formula 3. Other spectacular footage includes non-motor sport events such as skiing and sailing. For full details on any of these categories, please use the main menu or the quick search facility.
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