The Getty Images Archive Pitch is back for a second year, giving distributors and production companies the opportunity to pitch and partner with Getty Images to produce long-form, archive-rich productions across any genre with international appeal.
The Archive Pitch is designed to elevate storytelling through Getty Images archival content.
Distributors and producers are given the opportunity to secure a partnership licensing agreement. The successful projects will have access to Getty Images’ insight and research expertise and full access to content from Getty Images and their video content partners, including BBC, BBC Earth, NBC, TVNZ, Bloomberg, ITN and more.
Distributors and producers are invited to submit single, feature or factual series for consideration. The selected projects will have the chance to pitch to Getty Images representatives during AIDC for the opportunity to work with Getty Images’ state-of-the-art archive services.
Getty Images has over 17 million footage clips online and decades of offline archives on every subject imaginable – from the moments that have shaped history, to sustainability and the climate crisis, wildlife, and much, much more.
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To be eligible to apply for the Getty Images Archives Pitch applicants must:
- Be 18 years of age or over.
- Have at least one Australian team member to be eligible to apply.
- Submit a documentary project in development, production or rough cut stage, across features, singles, and series (limited and returnable) for consideration.
- If selected be available to attend an in-person or virtual pitching session with Getty Images representatives during AIDC 6 – 11 March 2022.
UPDATE – All submissions to The Post Lounge Doc Series Pitch via Cut to the Chase closed 30 January 2022.
AIDC is currently accepting applications for the Getty Images Archive Pitch. Projects in development, production or rough-cut stage, across features, singles, and series (limited and returnable) are eligible to apply.
Please note: applications for the Getty Images Archive Pitch are made through AIDC’s Cut to the Chase program.
“GETTY IMAGES IS THRILLED TO CONTINUE OUR PARTNERSHIP WITH AIDC FOR THE ARCHIVE PITCH INITIATIVE IN 2022. WE LOOK FORWARD TO PARTNERING WITH PRODUCERS, DISTRIBUTORS, OR DISTRIBUTORS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH PRODUCERS, TO CREATE ENGAGING, ARCHIVE-RICH PRODUCTIONS.
THE SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS WILL HAVE ACCESS TO OUR ONLINE AND OFFLINE ARCHIVES, INCLUDING CONTENT FROM OUR EXCLUSIVE PARTNERSHIPS WITH BBC EARTH, NBC, TVNZ, ITN AND MORE. THESE ARCHIVES HAVE CONTENT ON EVERY TOPIC IMAGINABLE – FROM 100 YEARS AGO TO PRESENT-DAY NEWS – ALL READY TO BE LEVERAGED TO TELL MODERN STORIES.”
– ARRAN BIRCHENOUGH – DIRECTOR, BROADCAST AND PRODUCTION (ANZ), GETTY IMAGES