Salima in transition

United States, 1970

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A documentary of an African culture in transition. Focuses on a secondary school in the town of Salima in Malawi, a former British colony in central Africa. Shows a group of English speaking students in the process of making the transition from their rural background into the educated class of an emerging nation. Pictures life in Salima, and a visit to a village.

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production company

Churchill Films

co-producers/directors

Max Reid

Frances Reid

Duration

00:27:40:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1970

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