Cea Conference 1920-1929

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    CEA Conference - late 1920s.

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    Group of men and women walking about in garden looking at flower borders etc. CU pan on birds in cages. CU ladies having tea. Scenic view looking out toward rolling hills; a few men sit round a table on a lawn. Shots of larger group of men; talking; shaking hands; etc.; then in group pose.

    Following this; a series of many shots of the group touring industrial site (?). Pan across the large group of men, and one small boy. Inside a work shed, the men watch molten metal being poured into moulds. Looking at various machines; workers operating machines and tools; etc. Man demonstrates an early lawn mower (?); a bulky contraption.

    CUs Men and women outside old cathedral or church w/ intricate front. Wider shot; crowd leaving cathedral; walking toward camera.

    Organisations; industry; labour; architecture.

    Note: not sure what CEA stands for in this instance - Cinema Exhibitor's Association? Combustion Engineering Association? SL.

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    Cataloguer:
    Cheri
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Silent
    Media URN:
    76547
    Sort Number:
    ON 331 E
    Time in/Out:
    01:41:31:00 / 01:50:31:00
    Canister:
    ON 331 E
    Film ID:
    2414.18
    Issue Date:
    1920 - 1929
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