• Short Summary

    TWELVE AFRICAN NATIONS, REPRESENTING A DIVERSITY OF CULTURES FROM ALGERIA IN THE NORTH TO TANZANIA IN THE EAST.

  • Description

    1.
    GV GABON PAVILION
    0.05

    2.
    CU GABONIA INSIGNIA
    0.08

    3.
    GV PAN GABON PAVILION WITH WORKMEN BUSY
    0.14

    4.
    GV UGANDA PAVILION
    0.19

    5.
    GV TILT DOWN DECORATIVE STRUCTURE TO UGANDA PAVILION
    0.25

    6.
    SV INT TILT FROM ROOF TO EXHIBITS
    0.32

    7.
    SV PAN MEN PUTTING FINISHING TOUCHES TO INSIDE DECOR
    0.38

    8.
    MV PAN PHOTOGRAPH OF UGANDA PEOPLE WITH A BISHOP
    0.43

    9.
    CU ZOOM PHOTOGRAPH OF UGANDA WOMAN
    0.46

    10.
    CU SIGN "MADAGASCAR"
    0.49

    11.
    LV MADAGASCAR PAVILION
    0.53

    12.
    GV TANZANIAN PAVILION WITH CROWD OF JAPANESE NEWSMEN OUTSIDE
    0.59

    13.
    SV PAN FROM NEWSMEN TO PAINTED MAP AND SIGN OF TANZANIA
    1.04

    14.
    CU ABOVE SIGN
    1.07

    15.
    CUJ TANZANIAN PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER TALKING TO JAPANESE NEWSMEN
    1.12

    16.
    MV INT VARIOUS PHOTOGRAPHS ON DISPLAY (MASKS ETC.)
    1.21

    17.
    CU P.R.O. WITH JAPANESE NEWSMEN LOOKING AT STONES ON DISPLAY
    1.23

    18.
    CU STONES (QUARTZ, ETC) DISPLAYED (2 SHOTS)
    1.34

    19.
    GV GHANA PAVILION
    1.40

    20.
    SV ANOTHER ANGLE OF GHANA PAVILION WITH JAPANESE MAN SWEEPING ROAD
    1.44

    21.
    GV TILT UP ZAMBIAN PAVILION
    1.52

    22.
    MV HARD WOODEN FIGURES ON WALL
    1.55

    23.
    CU FIGURES TILT TO SIGN (ZAMBIA)
    2.00

    24.
    CU SIGN "COPPER FROM ZAMBIA"
    2.02

    25.
    CU RAW COPPER STONE
    2.06

    26.
    CU PHOTOGRAPH OF SMELTER
    2.08

    27.
    CU PAN VARIOUS DANCE ITEMS WITH MASKS
    2.16

    28.
    LV ZAMBIA PAVILION
    2.24



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    Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved

    Background: TWELVE AFRICAN NATIONS, REPRESENTING A DIVERSITY OF CULTURES FROM ALGERIA IN THE NORTH TO TANZANIA IN THE EAST. HAVE PAVILIONS AT EXPO '70. ASIA'S FIRST WORLD EXPOSITION OPENS SATURDAY 14TH.

    THE ORGANISERS AT EXPO '70 WERE KEEN TO ATTRACT AS MANY AFRICAN NATIONS AS POSSIBLE IN VIEW OF JAPAN'S STRONG INTEREST IN THAT CONTINENT. IT IS TO AFRICA THAT JAPAN LOOKS FOR MANY OF THE RAW MATERIALS NEEDED TO KEEP HER PROSPERING INDUSTRIES IN OPERATION.

    DESPITE THE LONG DISTANCE INVOLVED JAPANESE BUSINESSMEN HAVE BEEN AT WORK IN THE NORTH, EAST AND WEST AFRICA, PROSPECTING BARGAINING AND BUYING. WHEN EARLY PLANNING FOR THE SIX-MONTH EXPOSITION BEGAN TWO YEARS AGO A GOODWILL EXPO AMBASSADOR TOURED AFRICA. THE RESULT IS A TWELVE-NATION REPRESENTATION OF AFRICAN COUNTRIES.

    THE COUNTRIES INCLUDE, GABON, UGANDA, MADAGASCAR, GHANA AND ZAMBIA, WHOSE PAVILIONS ARE SEEN HERE. ALL ARE STRIKING IN LAYOUT AND NOT ONLY SHOW FACETS OF DAILY LIFE AND CULTURE IN THOSE COUNTRIES BUT ALSO FEATURE INDUSTRIAL AND PROMOTIONAL DISPLAYS.

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  • Data

    Film ID:
    VLVA32X0N9ZR8OSEKKIMXY3ED7E8R
    Media URN:
    VLVA32X0N9ZR8OSEKKIMXY3ED7E8R
    Group:
    Reuters - Including Visnews
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    11/03/1970
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:02:25:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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