Light Darkness and Colours takes us on a fascinating journey through the universe of colours
Animation that shows what happened on Christmas according to Bible. Although a bit on the funny side, it’s accurate representation of the story from Bible. Have a very merry Christmas!
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Directed by: Frank Capra & Anatole Litvak
In this final installment of the “Why We Fight” propaganda series, the subject focuses on the United States of America. We learn of its good qualities and the things worth fighting for. With that established, we learn of the history of the United States’ population shifting opinion towards siding with the Allies against the Axis until the attack on Pearl Harbour which brought America into full scale involvement in the war.
Runtime: 62 min
Directed by: Rick Prelinger
Collage of sequences drawn from a wide variety of ephemeral (industrial, advertising, educational and amateur) films, touring the conflicted landscapes of twentieth-century America. The films’ often-skewed visions construct an American history filled with horror and hope, unreeling in familiar and unexpected ways. Panorama Ephemera focuses on familiar and mythical activities and images in America (1626-1978). Many creatures and substances that we hardly notice because we feel so used to them take center stage, including pigs, corn, water, telephones, fire, and rice. At first resembling a compilation, it soon reveals itself as a journey through the American landscape over time, and the story begins to emerge between the sequences. The film consists of 64 self-contained film sequences ranging from 5 seconds to 4 minutes in length arranged into a narrative. Unlike many films made using archival footage, it’s primarily a combination of sequences rather than a collage of individual shots. The film is populated by American children, animals, farmers, industrial workers, superheroes, pioneers heading West, crash test dummies, and many others.
Runtime: 90 min
Directed by: Harry Schenck
The record of an expedition deep into the Malayan jungle.
Runtime: 63 min
Directed by: Unknown
Feature length promotional film presented by The Coca-Cola Company during World War II, focuses on a small town bottler as he looks back on his company’s past and plans for an optimistic future.
Runtime: 51 min