Framepool – fresh, new and natural!
We are delighted to present our new exclusive footage. Wonderful moments of childhood and adolescence. This footage has an authentic natural look which is so much in demand, the joys of childhood and teenagers in beautiful coming-of-age shots. Kids just like yours.
See kids doing everything that makes them happy – playing barefoot in the mud, running through meadows; hiding in corn fields, exploring the woods; swinging, jumping, running, climbing; laughing, singing, playing and generally making a complete mess. These images capture the innocence of childhood and could almost have been taken for the family album. They are images of joy.
Watch and make yourself happy! Happy Kids-Showreel
Now online and ready to be downloaded go straight to Happy Kids Footage
Sandra Kulbach was born in Munich and studied at the University of Television and Film Munich (HFF). Her passion for film was ignited by her extensive travels around the world.
Sandra was inspired by her own children to create these beautiful images for Framepool.
The Munich Documentation Centre for the History of National Socialism with Archival Footage of Framepool
The Königsplatz in Munich is the location of the new Munich Documentation Centre for the History of National Socialism. The new center has been built on the estate of the former “Brown House” – the headquartes of the Nazi Party the central of terror during the Third Reich. Framepool has carried out research for archival films that are shown in the exhibition and the app of the new museum.
Stephan Bleek | | Zeitgeist – Vintage Film | 1923, Adolf Hitler, archival film, Bavaria, Dachau, footage, Framepool, Germany, Hauptstadt der Bewegung, HD, history, Königsplatz, Munich, Nazi, Nazi concentration camps, Nazi regime, NS-Dokumentationszentrum, NSDAP, Third Reich, Video | 0 Comments
On April 30, 1945 American troops reached the City of Munich. 2 days prior they had liberated the Nazi Concentration Camp Dachau, 20 miles away from the city. The same day a group of resistance fighters, the “Freiheitsaktion Bayern” (Mission Free Bavaria) had tried to gain control over the city but were defeated by SS units that were placed close to the city. Cameramen of the US Army Signal Corps filmed the advance to Munich of the 45th US Infantry and the 20th Armoured divisions. The films of April 29 and April 30, 1945 show some fights between American units and groups of SS soldiers hidden in the woods during their approach to the city. An American soldier is carrying the towns signpost “München – Hauptstadt der Bewegung” (Munich Capital of the Nazi Movement) as Hitler had denoted the Bavarian city. Inside the city American vanguards met groups of citizens willing to help them move ahead. There was no fighting downtown Munich, nevertheless the Nazi Wehrmacht and their broadcaster spoke about heavy resistance. The film shows vanguards moving towards the city center through Dachauer Straße, the surrender of the city, authorities in the police headquarters and people downtown Munich welcoming the US tanks with white rags. Joyous and celebratory scenes were shot at the Lenbachplatz where children are lifted up to American tanks as a sign of freedom.
All footage has been collected and scanned on HD by Framepool and is available at Framepool.com
Dachau became one of the largest Concentration camps in Germany, a mere metropolis of death. It served as a prototype and model for other Nazi concentration camps. Established by the Nazis in March 1933, the Dachau concentration camp was “the first concentration camp for political prisoners” as Heinrich Himmler stated. It is located on the grounds of a former munitions factory near Dachau, about 16 kilometers (10 miles) northwest of Munich. Almost every community in Germany had members taken away to these camps. Newspapers continually reported the removal to concentration camps of the enemies of “the Reich” – what means opponents to the Nazi dictatorship.
Stephan Bleek | | Zeitgeist – Vintage Film | 1933, 1945, archival film, Bavaria, Dachau, footage, Framepool, Germany, HD, historical Footage, history, Munich, Nazi, Nazi concentration camps, Stock footage, Third Reich | 0 Comments
Super Bowl time!
This Sunday February 1st, the 2 top teams in American Football will meet to determine who is the best of the best! The defending champion Seattle Seahawks will battle the New England Patriots for the Super Bowl XLIX title. The showdown will take place in Arizona, luckily for them the weather is supposed to be nice, whether this will play in the favor of any team is still to be seen.
Framepool would love to take you to where the action will be, but in anticipation, here is a teaser of what Football is about!
Not interested in Football, no problem, our online library has plenty of sports footage all in HD!
Want more, check out framepool.com for more eye catching action!
Autumn is here. The time of the year when nature is bursting with magical colors. The sun is shinning in a completely different angle through the leaves allowing for many possibilities to capture the beautiful images and we have done just that in our Autumn Showreel. Of course our stock footage online-shop offers a variety of other fall themes.
The Internet was designed to be a place for information to be exchanged. We have improved our stock footage online store with several new features in order to embrace this intention.
Wildly controversial at first, today universally regarded as an emblem of the city of Berlin:
With the opening of the Berlin Philharmonic hall on October 15th in 1963, a long period without concert house came to an end for the music-loving Berlin citizens. It took almost 20 years from the destruction of the old philharmonic hall during World War II until the opening of the new building. After initial criticism, the new „Berliner Philharmonie“ (designed by Hans Scharoun) quickly became an example of modern architecture in Berlin and a symbol for the reconstruction of Germany after the war. Today, as an elementary part of the Berlin „Kulturforum“ and its vicinity to the Potsdamer Platz, the new Philharmonic hall still represents the modern Berlin – and has become a model for many others all over the world.
The IPCC Stockholm Conference 2013 warns again of rising sea levels, an impact of climate change on the oceans. Climate change is already threatening especially the most beautiful marine life of the earth. Human influence on the climate system is clear. This is evident in most regions of the globe, as the new assessment by the IPCC concludes. Steps to avoid CO2 are possible in everyday life of all of us. We show such a step for the film production.
Stephan Bleek | | Nature films, Press Area | 2013, 4K, 4K Ultra HD, cabondioxide, CO2, environment, film production, footage, Framepool, Green Cart, green producing, HD, Ocean, showreel, Stock footage, Video | 3 Comments