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Ehrlich, Henri

67 Bvd Richard Lenoir
Paris
75011
France

Tel: +33 6 2173 5387


Web: www.rushbar.net



Henri Ehrlich is a producer and researcher with extensive experience finding, acquiring rights to, and using image and sound archives. He has worked on a wide range of projects, from Broadway shows to TV documentaries, feature films, museum exhibits and advertising campaigns, and has developed a far-reaching international network of contacts and sources. He founded research companies and footage agencies in the US and Australia and started the film division of The Image Bank, the eventual core film collection of Getty Images.

Ehrlich has always combined research and clearance of existing footage and other audiovisual materials with an interest in their commercial and creative exploitation. This has led him to develop a wide and ecclectic range of projects, from the creation of branding content for a landmark building's public screen in Sydney to video collages for impressionist David Frye, CBS kid series "Marlo and the Magic Movie Machine", the Colombian Gold and Pompei exhibits of the American Museum of Natural History and Thomson's 100-screen exhibit at the IFA salon in Berlin, among others. Ehrlich continues to espouse the use of existing footage as the equivalent of paints and promotes the concept of video design via his scene-factory.com and rushbar.net websites.

Credits

Anna Piaggi - Una visionaria nella moda (Mir Cinematografica/ RAI)
Sex & Music (4X52) (Guindala/SoFemmes/Arte)
The Conquerors (3X52) (Zed/Arte)
The Sexuality of Tyrants (Theorem/Public Senat)
Le Roman de la crise (Cineteve/France2)
Tank on the Moon (Zed/Discovery)
The Dream Life of Rats (Gedeon/Arte)
Shanghai : les annees folles (Ideale-Audience/Arte)
You Only Live Twice (GoGo Group/ABC Australia)
Beyond Human Limits (3X52) (Zed/Arte)
Rolex Minutes ad campaign (Bliss/Guy Pechard)
Stings, Fangs and Spines (Beyond/Discovery)
Where Have All the Children Gone? (Saatchi NY/US Justice Dept)
Lou Reed: Rock 'n Roll Heart (PBS/American Masters)
Time Flies ad campaign (Y&R/Time)
Atari Centipede (DDB/Atari)
Pull Up to the Bumper (Grace Jones/Island)
A Nation of Nations exhibit (Rusty Russell/Smithsonian Institution)
Sensational Seventies (10X52) (Hobel Productions)
Beatlemania (Leber&Krebs)