Additional Resources

Hosted by Dr. Anatoly Sagalevich, MIRs Oddysey documents the career of the MIR submersibles. Showcasing footage from expeditions to the hydrothermal vents, Titanic, Battleship Bismarck, and many other stunning undersea locations, MIR's Odyssey is a beautiful look into the career of the submersibles that made this archive possible. Courtesy of the Russian Titanic Society, Used with permission from Dr. Anatoly Sagalevich and Project Team Member/Russian Titanic Society Founder Maxim Polishchuk. Russian audio, English subtitles -Runtime: 20:11

Also hosted by Dr. Anatoly Sagalevich, MIRs on the Titanic showcases the entirety of the MIRs work at the wreck site. From the earliest expeditions to filming for Titanic (1997) and more, this documentary is a testament to the contribution of the MIRs to the Titanic community. Courtesy of the Russian Titanic, Used with permission from Dr. Anatoly Sagalevich and Project Team Member/Russian Titanic Society Founder Maxim Polishchuk. Russian Audio, English Subtitles - Runtime: 21:03

This documentary served as the first release of any footage contained in the Archive Project. It also served as a preliminary announcement. Edited by team member Matthew Smathers, the documentary showcases the exterior of the wreck in an edited and narrated fashion while recounting stories of the night the ship sank. English Audio Runtime: 38:20

A selection of rare interviews can be found in our archive, including the only audio interview with Violet Jessop ever recorded. Violet Jessop survived the sinking of both Titanic and Britannic, and in this interview she recounts her experience on Britannic. This section also holds an interview with 2003 Expedition member and RMS Titanic Inc. Lawyer David Concannon, as well as a live interview with the core team of the Archive Project which was hosted by Titanic Connections.

David McGee has been a long time friend of Spencer Littrel and a supporter of the Titanic Archive Project. His social media presence was a major driving factor for Day One traffic to our website. Below, you can find an independent short film he created for his YouTube channel - Blue Star Line. Created in honor of the 107th anniversary, the short tells the story of Titanic's fateful maiden voyage.

On the evening of April 14th, 2020, Titanic Archive Project founders Matthew Smathers and Spencer Littrel hosted a livestream with Titanic Historical Society member Joshua Noble to commemorate the anniversary. The team recounted anecdotal stories from Titanic's history while exploring the wreck site as it appears in Titanic VR. Titanic VR (Immersive VR Education, 2018) is a PC VR experience designed to give the user the feeling of diving to the wreck site of Titanic. The stream peaked at over 1,500 viewers during the anniversary and still remains a favorite Titanic memory for the team.