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EFC will produce educational films

EFC will produce educational films

THE Educational Film Centre. a new cot pany which will specialise in product :- educational films for use in secondary mode schools, has been formed by Maurice Goldsmii a former science editor at UNESCO, John Hal _ Joy Batchelor and Roger Manvell. The company is particularly int
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Ski Troop Attack

Ski Troop Attack

British Lion. American. (U) Featuring Frank Wolff. Michael Forest and Sheila Carol. Produced and directed Roger Corwin. Screenplay by Charles Griffith. Director of Photography. Costikyan. Musical Director. Fred Katz. 5.612 feet. Release January 23. 1961 SEMI-DOCUMENTARY World Wa
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
FOR SALE. Complete Projection Room equipment: 2 Ross-type G.C. Projectors. stands and lamphouses; R.C.A. L.G.220 Sound Heads, amplifiers. speakers: 2

FOR SALE. Complete Projection Room equipment: 2 Ross-type G.C. Projectors. stands and lamphouses; R.C.A. L.G.220 Sound Heads, amplifiers. speakers: 2

Nevelector Senior Rectifirs, spare bulb: motorised curtain track. Cheap for quick sale. Savoy. Netherton, Dudley. Worcs.
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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L'' 6 u POINTS of common interest were discussed at last week's innting of the CEA and BFPA. arranged in consequence of the proposal made at the CEA's Folkestone Summer Conference. Both sides will now report back to their respective executive councils before further steps arc tak
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Stourbridge gets help against hooligans

Stourbridge gets help against hooligans

STOUR BRIDGE cinema managers' campaign to stamp out unruly behaviour in their cinemas, particularly at week-ends, may soon be backed by the law. The borough council has revealed that the Home Office has had a change of mind about a by-law to control behaviour in Stourbridge cine
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Compensating for cinema closures

Compensating for cinema closures

_ be THE Rex cinema at Alvaston. Derby, is to introduce a new three-programme-a-week system, to take the place of the number of closing cinemas in the area. Three different film programmes— one starting on Sundays. another on Tuesdays. and a third on Thursdays—will he introduced
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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MGM signs 2,600,000 dollar
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Best-seller

Best-seller

To go before the cameras in the next two years are " Hawaii." to be produced and directed by Fred Zinnemann from the best-seller by James Michener. with a screenplay by Daniel Taradash " Toys in the Attic." from Lillian Hellman's award-winning Broadway drama. and starring Dean M
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
In colour

In colour

The colour production of " Paris Blues," starring Paul Newman. Joanne Woodward, Sidney Poitier and Louis Armstrong, relates the adventures of " les jazz hot" musicians in the French capital. United Artists is also well ahead with productions to follow in 1962. such as Stanley Kr
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England