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Export and production files, 2009

 Series
Identifier: MA.2021.003.02

Scope and Contents

The 2009 Archive contains material relative to the production of the following film projects: An Extreme Toast...to Extreme Mammals / Extreme Mammals at AMNH-Sugar Gliders / AMNH Partners With National Park Service / Directing 'Journey to the Stars' / Finding Leeches in Rwanda / [John Flynn expedition to Peru] / Rare Spider Silk on Exhibit at AMNH / [Museum Facade-77th Street] / Sleepover - b roll / Feeding the Frogs / Live Butterflies Celebrate 12th Year at AMNH / The Butterfly Conservancy-Tropical Butterflies Alive In Winter / AMNH's Great Inca Road Photo Exhibition / [AMNH Annual Family Party 2009] / Neil deGrasse Tyson Takes A Journey to the Stars / Mark Norell Publishes New Archaeopteryx Findings / AMNH 16th Annual Halloween Celebration / AMNH 17th Annual Halloween Celebration / Silk Road Inside View / Mark Norell Tours Silk Road / [Audubon Color Proofing] / Silk Road-Making Silk / Profile Clinton Epps / AMNH Lights Up The Origami Holiday Tree / [Mead Film Festival] / Charles Darwin's Origin Leaves / The Known Universe / Giant Pink Paper Elephant Visits AMNH / SciCafe Presents Mysteries of the Congo / SciCafe at the American Museum of Natural History. Material includes raw footage, transcripts, documentation of metadata and rights releases, and copies of any exported final content originally released on YouTube.

Dates

  • 2009

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

Raw footage and final film exports are available for view to AMNH Staff. Permission to view additional material must be obtained from the Department of Communications-Editorial staff. Non-AMNH Staff researchers must obtain permission from the Department of Communications-Editorial staff to view all material.

Extent

356 Gigabytes

Language of Materials

English

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Transfer to AMNH Library from Department of Communications-Editorial, 2020. Digital files transferred from 1 TB external hard drive, 2021.

Repository Details

Part of the Research Library Special Collections Repository

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