When your time is your own

Canada, 1965

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This film considers the question of how to use the increasing amount of leisure time that people now have - and will have even more of through modern technology. It suggests the pleasures of creative pursuits such as pottery, painting, dancing and amateur theatre, and shows how the enthusiasm of a few who organise group activities can draw many others to develop latent talents.



Ernest Reid

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National Film Board of Canada






Black and White

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