• Short Summary

    Colour item about film and television technology exhibition at Royal Lancaster Hotel.

  • Description

    No title. Film '69 Exhibition in Royal Lancaster Hotel, London - colour version.

    L/S of stalls displaying latest in cinema and television technology, including the Associated British Pathe stall. Various shots men looking at the Cinetronic stall. Various shots people looking at different types of cinema projectors. C/U camera / projector lens. Various shots men looking at television cameras. C/U of model space shuttle being filmed by cameras. More shots men trying out T.V. cameras on display, pan to exhibition of studio lighting. C/U lights. Various shots representative showing film camera man to man. Various shots Parliamentary Under Secretary for Trade, Gwyneth Dunwoody looking at light box which flashes up the words "Pathe newsreels". M/S Dunwoody looking at exhibits. Stills of cinema auditorium and men in projection box. More shots stalls showing people looking at cameras and Steenbeck.

    Various shots reception for film and television equipment manufacturers and executives. We see people chatting at reception including Gwyneth Dunwoody, BKSTS President Dennis Ratten and Mrs. Ratten. M/S Chairman of BKSTS Bob Pullman addressing banquet. Various C/Us model of early film studio, it revolves to show another model of a modern television studio. Extreme C/U model cameraman. M/S man operating old fashioned film camera. M/S another man operating a modern film camera.

    BKSTS = British Kinematograph Sound and Television Society.

    Note: black and white newsreel item showing Earl Mountbatten visiting the exhibition also exists - see record for film id 2217.08, title is also "Film '69".

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    Film ID:
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    Pathe newsreels
    British Pathé
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    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Time in/Out:
    01:24:07:00 / 01:27:35:00

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  1. Unknown user says

    "Steenbeck" referred to is a film-editing suite.

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