Seven till five

United Kingdom, 1933

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An impressionistic live-action study of art school activities from morning to night. This was the first film of the Glasgow School of Art Film Group. It won first prize in the Second Amateur Film Festival in Glasgow, 1934. This film has no dialogue or music effects. Photographed by W.J. Maclean.

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Glasgow School of Art


Norman McLaren



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United Kingdom
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Black and White


16mm film; Access Print (Section 1)

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