• Short Summary

    "Man in Unity" is stressed in the Scandinavian Pavilion which includes the 5 nations: SWEDEN, FINLAND, ICELAND, DENMARK, NORWAY.

  • Description

    1.
    LS LA USSR PAVILION - St. Lawrence River passing camera in fg


    2.
    MLS LA Front, USSR Pavilion


    3.
    MS Int. USSR PAVILION, Tilt Up from crowd to space craft


    4.
    MS Space craft


    5.
    MS ZOOM OUT model of cosmonaut in space craft PAN L/R to model of cosmonaut seated in space craft chair


    6.
    MLS LA Helicopter with bus suspended


    7.
    ZOOM OUT from sturgeon tank, people watching


    8.
    MS HA Wood carver at work


    9.
    MCS Profile of carver


    10.
    MCS HA Carver working on horse design


    11.
    MS Woman artist painting dish


    12.
    MCS HA Woman painting dish


    13.
    LS HA General shot of Pavilion featuring large sculptured head of Lenin


    14.
    LS PAN L/R from USSR Pavilion to Czechoslovakia Pavilion tracking with hovercraft


    15.
    MS Int. CZECHOSLOVAKIA PAVILION


    16.
    CS TILT UP religious statue


    17.
    CS Girl looking at glass rods


    18.
    MS Display of crystal in cabinets


    19.
    CS Tracking L/R glass goblets


    20.
    MS Int. of slide, back-projection cinema capable of showing 112 separate images at once on moveable screens


    21.
    MS sculpture of wood


    22.
    CS Wheels turning (one of hundreds of moving objects in the above sculpture)


    23.
    CS Old woman leading goat (part of the sculpture) NB: The sculpture, a 40-year "labour of love" was created by two Czechoslovakian workmen.


    24.
    CS 2 men carrying vines (part of the sculpture)


    25.
    CS Cuckoo


    26.
    MS General view of the Czechoslovakian Pavilion


    28.
    LS YUGOSLAVIA PAVILION


    29.
    MLS Int. General view of the pavilion


    30.
    MS two pieces of sculpture


    31.
    MCS TILT UP figure of nude woman (Brioni)


    32.
    MLS Paintings on moveable screen


    33.
    MS Display of wares under glass


    34.
    CS Leather handbags


    35.
    CS Ornate tea service


    36.
    MLS General view of Pavilion


    37.
    LS Ext. Yugoslavia Pavilion


    38.
    MLS Ext. PAVILION OF GREECE


    39.
    MLS Ext. PAVILION OF GREECE


    40.
    MS Fountain - Exterior - Pavilion


    41.
    MCS Sculpture - nude


    42.
    CS Plaster replicas of ancient greek sculpture


    43.
    MS Plastic replicas of ancient greek sculpture


    44.
    MLS Larger group, same as above


    45.
    MCS TILT UP to classical Greek costumes


    46.
    MCS Large photograph of Hippocrates


    47.
    MCS Large photograph of Plato


    48.
    MCS HA earthenware dish


    49.
    MS HA display of pottery


    50.
    MS LA PAN R/L along framework of ship


    51.
    LS HA PAN R/L tracking with gondola TILT UP to ITALIAN PAVILION


    52.
    MLS HA Crowds entering pavilion


    53.
    MS Young girl passing camera


    54.
    CS HA PAN L/R on Pompei exhibit (petrified record of death)


    55.
    MCS HA earthenware dishes (Pompei exhibit)


    56.
    MS Display car opening - various parts of chassis


    57.
    MCS exhibition car seats disengage


    58.
    MS HA Man operating transistorized servo-controlled manipulator - "Mascot" (The manipulator called "Slave" is most essential in areas of radiation. Transmission is electrical and not mechanical.)


    59.
    MS Arms of machine in operation


    60.
    MS Man and machine


    61.
    LS AUSTRIAN PAVILION


    62.
    MS Int. Pavilion - steel exhibit (the sculpture that talks)


    63.
    MCS people listening to information on steel by telephone


    64.
    MLS Music advertisements


    65.
    MS couple looking at string instruments


    66.
    CS TILT UP to mask and headdress


    67.
    TRACKING SHOT and TILT from glassware to chandelier


    68.
    MS Hostess


    69.
    MS Hostess


    70.
    LS General view, interior Pavilion


    71.
    MLS 3 swans


    72.
    LA ZOOM IN to SWITZERLAND'S PAVILION


    73.
    LS HA Large wall display of wheels turning


    74.
    MLS Electronic time center


    75.
    CS TILT UP mechanics of clock


    76.
    CS HA Plan of Expo with clock positions indicated by lights


    77.
    CS Digital clock


    78.
    CS Men's watches (2)


    79.
    CS Astronauts watch


    80.
    CS Jewelled lady's watch


    81.
    CS Another jewelled watch


    82.
    CS And another jewelled watch


    83.
    MS Woman looking at display


    84.
    MLS Clothing display


    85.
    MCS Woman's gown


    86.
    MCS Accessories


    87.
    MS Negligee


    88.
    MS Clothing


    89.
    LS LA ext. PAVILION OF Switzerland


    90.
    LS LA FRENCH PAVILION


    91.
    LS MONACO PAVILION


    92.
    MLS people looking over balcony


    93.
    MLS young people in garden


    94.
    MS HA shrubs


    95.
    BELGIAN PAVILION


    96.
    MCS Ext. GERMAN PAVILION


    97.
    MCS Ext. NETHERLANDS PAVILION


    98.
    LS SCANDINAVIAN PAVILION


    99.
    MLS Int. Scandinavian Pavilion


    100.
    MS People running to cinema (Sweden)


    101.
    MS Int. Cinema, subject "Sex" (Sweden)


    102.
    ZOOM OUT from metal sculpture


    103.
    ZOOM OUT from another metal sculpture


    104.
    MS ZOOM OUT Swans in ceramic sculpture (Finland)


    105.
    MLS sculpture (Finland)


    106.
    MLS LA Sculpture of furniture pieces (Denmark)


    107.
    MS PAN R/L furniture sculpture (Denmark)


    108.
    MS PAN R/L across a model of a network of pipes carrying natural hot water (Iceland)


    109.
    MS Rifle Display


    110.
    MS TILT DOWN Waterfall Display (Norway)


    111.
    LS EUROPEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITIES bldg.


    112.
    MLS EUROPEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITIES BLDG.


    113.
    LS LA entrance to EEC


    114.
    LS OECD Building (Organization for Economic Co-operation & Development)


    115.
    LS British Pavilion


    116.
    LS HA Concordia Bridge, Montreal in background




    Initials



    Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved

    Background: "Man in Unity" is stressed in the Scandinavian Pavilion which includes the 5 nations: SWEDEN, FINLAND, ICELAND, DENMARK, NORWAY. Each of the nations stresses the traditional unity of these ancient Nordic lands. Each has contributions on their enduring culture; the beauty and craftsmanship of Scandinavian design; the creative minds of the countries; their industrial and technological achievements.

    YUGOSLAVIA'S exhibits relate to the country's long history, her ancient culture and her culture of today. The country's role in international affairs, economy, tourism, the social system and government are principal themes.

    The PRINCIPALITY OF MONACO has a light and airy pavilion taking as its theme "Joie de Vivre". The main features of the pavilion are the garden film theatre, and a garden of shrubs and flowers typical of the Monaco scene.

    ITALY portrays her art (ancient and modern), her industry, her fashions, her way of life and the spiritual values that underline contemporary Italy.

    AUSTRIA uses sculpture, murals and film for demonstrating her varied industries, her history, culture, economy and landscape,
    CZECHOSLOVAKIA'S exhibits include 4,000 items ranging from historical relics to the electronic tools of modern technology. Her artists express themselves in glass, crystal, ceramics, metal, wood and textiles. And, of course, Czechoslovakia has unique film presentations.

    SWITZERLAND introduces us to her artistic talents in literature, music and sculpture. Exhibits describe the political and social structure of the country. The electronic time center located in the Pavilion indicates EXPO'S official time and controls the 14 tower clocks and other clocks erected within its precincts. The textile and garment industries are on view as well as the precision industry.

    15 Republics make up the UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS. Encompassing them all, a thousand works of Soviet artistry are on display including the finest works of painters, sculptors, musicians and other artisans. The main topic of the Pavilion is Science not only in reference to sputniks, luniks and cosmonauts but also in industry, construction, transportation, health and many other fields. It's all there, from the cold north to the frigid surface of the Moon.

    GREECE -- The history and tradition of the Greek nation are to be seen in the great masterpieces of Greek art. The handicrafts of Greece today have been inspired by the country's cultural; traditions and are an extension and continuation of the art which flourished during the classical era. Over the years with the archaeological discoveries, the myths of Greece have merged into fact, and the hardened legend into history.

    EUROPEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITIES exhibits illustrate how the Common Market has brought together 180 million consumers, in 6 European countries, into an economic area where customs barriers are falling and people, goods & capital move with the freedom normally found in a single country. (Germany, Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands).

    OECD (Organization for Economic Co-Operation & Development) represents 21 Member Countries and 3 Associate Member Countries which hope to achieve economic growth and employment and a rising standard of living; sound economic expansion around the world; and expansion of world trade.

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  • Data

    Film ID:
    VLVA7BK4R6WZRYO1S1F980KRD30O6
    Media URN:
    VLVA7BK4R6WZRYO1S1F980KRD30O6
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    01/01/1967
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:07:45:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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