Elzevir Films and EuropaCorp, the production companies behind the film – and event – “Home”, have entrusted INA with the 500 hours of rushes in High Definition, unused in the film.
Taking his first steps as a film director, the famous photographer, Yann Arthus-Bertrand, has produced a comprehensive work that leaves its mark, both because of its aesthetic quality and its pro-environment message. It is remarkable for its aerial views, its high-definition shots and over 120 locations…
The rushes of the film “Home” are like a cinematographic logbook, offering a bird's eye view of some of the world's most beautiful places, but also of the irreversible damage done.
As part of a worldwide management mandate, INA is responsible for the development and enhancement of these rushes among its professional audience. INA has taken up a twofold challenge to preserve and organise these rushes, which will involve a methodological and very high-level archiving process and the integration of high-definition formats in its digital archives.