Media | 1950 | Silent + Sound | B/W
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Amateur film or rushes of British Film Iinstitute and National Film Theatre opening of History of cinema Exhibition. 25th anniversary of Sight And Sound.
Roy Castle in attendance. Sound interview of director Anthony Asquith by woman about British films. Professional mute of John Mills arriving. London Film Festival 1962. Interview about why there are to be no British feature films screened. Quinn and talk on Terminus.
New National Film Theatre. Bishop of Southwark. Lord Salisbury? Laying foundation stone and inserting a time capsule with film magazines and a film of the coronation (great!)
Silent section on Celia Johnson with schoolboy enthusiast film makers. Roger Manvell. Prize giving.
Laszlo Benedek at National Film Theatre. Queue to get into cinema. Benedek gives a speech. David Lean in the audience.
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