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Studio Silverback Forges Free Natural History Content Platform

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EXCLUSIVE: Studio Silverback, the environmental label of David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet producer Silverback Films, has forged an open source footage library featuring hundreds of hours of natural history content for free.

A primer can be watched below. Studio Silverback has unveiled Open Planet as the UN General Assembly on climate change takes place in New York, marking New York Climate Week.

Launching early next year, Open Planet will feature free-to-use footage for educational, environmental and impact shows. Studio Silverback said it wants to support “changemakers, educators, content creators, organisations and decision-makers to tell stories that will drive the changes needed in the next decade.” The library, which will continue to grow, has just gone live and features footage and data-led visuals produced exclusively for Open Planet as well as natural history footage from down the years.

It kicks off with 3,300 clips available for use, with plans to add hundreds of new ones each week and a long-term pipeline spanning specially-shot footage and contributions from other production companies and broadcasters.

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