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Children's film award sponsored by NUT

Children's film award sponsored by NUT

A NATIONAL children's film competition is to be sponsored by the National Union of Teachers in collaboration with the British Film Itlititute. which will organise the competition and mount a programme of the films each year at the National Film Theatre. The winning films for the
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
~ NTOGRAPH WEEKLY: DECEMBER 29, 1960 KINE producers to use the ready-made market for anamorphic pictures. FSK. the voluntary control

~ NTOGRAPH WEEKLY: DECEMBER 29, 1960 KINE producers to use the ready-made market for anamorphic pictures. FSK. the voluntary control

board of the German industry, reported that the number of feature films submitted to the board in 1960 was at the 1959 level while the number of short films decreased sharply. At the same time, there was a sharp increase in the number of advertising films submitted to thc board,
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
imimumiNElMlMMPidllll‘ll Good business Not bravado LIKE THIS .. .

imimumiNElMlMMPidllll‘ll Good business Not bravado LIKE THIS .. .

Director Sidney Furie discusses a scene with stars Jack Watling and John Slater, aided by Ist assistant director Freddie Stark and camera operator John Winbolt, on set of the Caralan picture, "Three on a Spree," produced by George Fowler at Walton
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
KINEMATOGRAPH WEEKLY: DECEMBER 29, 1

KINEMATOGRAPH WEEKLY: DECEMBER 29, 1

December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
local events it would be hard to find more active participation than that given by A. J. Twigg, Dominion, Walthamstow.

local events it would be hard to find more active participation than that given by A. J. Twigg, Dominion, Walthamstow.

Each year the traders. publicans and stallholders of Street, in Walthamstow, organise a walk of eight and .t half miles, which takes in some of the most attractive parts of Epping Forest s It is only open to those that reside in Walthamstow and professional walkers are barred. B
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Fuller will make 'No Man's Land'

Fuller will make 'No Man's Land'

SAMUEL FULLER'S third production for his independent company. Globe Enterprises, under his Columbia contract. will be "No Man's Land." The film starts next year after his current commitment to direct "The Marauders" for producer Milton Sperling at Warner. Fuller's second product
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Trade show cancelled

Trade show cancelled

OWING to technical difficulties, Twentieth , Century-Fox has had to postpone the trade sho ,, of " Marriage-Go-Round," fixed for tod (Thursday).
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
11,000,000 CASH IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE For the purchase of CINEMAS in good towns throughout the U.K. Must be first run situations.

11,000,000 CASH IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE For the purchase of CINEMAS in good towns throughout the U.K. Must be first run situations.

Suitable properties will be immediately inspected and early completion arranged Particulars in confidence to: HARRIS & GILLOW CINEMA, THEATRE AGENTS and VALUERS 93 & 95 Wardour Street, London, W.I. GERrard 2504
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT When replying to small Ads. do not enclose original references or documents. SEND COPIES ONLY in the first instance.

IMPORTANT When replying to small Ads. do not enclose original references or documents. SEND COPIES ONLY in the first instance.

When addressing Box Numbers be sure you quote the correct number.
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
made in the present case to the general rule and after a long debate the KRS agreed to refer the

made in the present case to the general rule and after a long debate the KRS agreed to refer the

matter back to its Council. s.—Barring Case No. 240.—8ar by Clifton. Perry Bar on Mayfair, Perry Common. It was unanimous:y agreed to recommend to the KRS: "That no case had been made out for the removal of the bar by the Clifton, Perry Bar on the Mayfair, Perry Common."
December 29, 1960 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England