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[Bernard Leach short films]
|Date||[ca. 1920s]; 1966||ID||9484|
Four short films on a compilation reel showing Bernard Leach at various locations including: 1. St. Erth in the 1930s, 2. The Leach pottery in the 1920s, 3. A trip to Colombia in 1966 and 4. Matsue in the 1920s
[Life in Shanghai]
Film featuring westerners in Japan and Shaghai including a a Japanese beer festival, two duck shoots and a day at the races.
[Parades in Japan]
A compilation of amateur home movie material filmed in Japan. The film-maker records family, who appear to include Japanese toddlers and military and civilian parades through urban streets.
[The Wistrand Family in Japan: Japanese Home; At the Seaside]
|Date||[1936 - 1938]||ID||2830|
A compilation of home movie footage recording the family of a Swedish diplomat stationed in Japan. The women of the family are filmed in their chauffeur-driven car, playing with their pets and dressed in kimonos in the garden, and swimming in the sea.
[The Wistrand Family in Japan: Children Indoors]
|Date||[1936 - 1938?]||ID||2832|
Home movie footage showing a Swedish diplomat's family in their Japanese home. The film-maker's youngest daughter is filmed eating a meal in her highchair, whilst his wife and eldest daughter are filmed playing the piano.
[The Wistrand Family in Japan: Blossom]
|Date||[1936 - 1938?]||ID||2838|
Home movie footage of a White-European female visiting a Swedish diplomat and his family in Japan, and of one of the his daughters smelling the blossom.
[The Wistrand Family in Japan: On Horseback]
|Date||[1936 - 1939]||ID||2843|
A brief amateur film in which the film-maker, a Swedish diplomat stationed in Japan, films his wife walking through a park and on horseback.
[The Wistrand Family in Japan: Children and Dog]
|Date||[1936 - 1939]||ID||2845|
Home movie footage of a Swedish diplomat's two daughters enjoying time with their pet dog and cat in their Japanese garden.
[The Wistrand Family in Japan: Japanese Life]
|Date||[1936 - 1939?]||ID||2831|
A Swedish diplomat films his daughter in the garden of their Japanese home, accepting a glass of milk from one of their servants. He also films the quiet local streets and traditional local temples.
[Japanese Scenery II]
|Date||[1937 - 1939?]||ID||2836|
An amateur film which captures, in colour, the people, attractions and landscape of southern Japan in the years immediately preceding the Second World War.
[Japanese Scenery I]
|Date||[1937 - 1939?]||ID||2837|
A compilation of amateur footage filmed by a Swedish diplomat who was stationed in Japan in the years immediately preceding the Second World War. The film includes footage of Tokyo street scenes, pagodas and temples, the Miyajima Temple Gates, a smoking volcano, and a boat ride along the rapids of a river.
[Visits to Japan, China and Egypt]
|Date||December 1949; April 1951; May 1953||ID||1435|
Three trips to Japan are recorded in this film,as well as travels in Hong Kong and Egypt. It features footage of many different parts of Japan, including Sagami Bay and Enoshima Island, Tokyo, the temples and shrines of Kyoto, Kamakura and Nara, and the hot spring resorts of Miyanoshita, Atami and Jozankei. The footage of Hong Kong features Kowloon and the surrounding rural areas and in Egypt a trip to Cairo and the pyramids is filmed.
Various scenes showing a dockyard and factory in Japan, filmed by Ernest Shippam in the 1950s. Workers pose for the camera on the dockside as they unload cargo from a boat. Scenes cut to an airfield where a plane is being refuelled, before the film-maker visits a Church and later, a busy shopping district to capture street scenes showing people dressed in western clothing and traditional Japanese Kimonos, going about their everyday lives.
Trip to Japan: Flight over North Pole; Hokkaido]
Various scenes filmed by Ernest Shippam during a trip to Japan in the 1950s, capturing aerial views of the Arctic from a plane and scenes of a group of Japanese men and women on a business trip to a lakeside lodge. The film closes with panoramic landscape views and portraits of several of the men and women with the landscape in the background
Bernard Leach in Japan
Bernard Leach is greeted in Tokyo and attends an award ceremony(?). An exhibition of his work is shown including his ceramics, sketches and furniture.
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