The footage shot by Jack Stollery that day appears in Canadian Army Newsreel
We could hardly wait until the following Saturday morning when we could see the action on a newsreel
at the Workmen's Hall.
Today, Tyneside Cinema is the only purpose-built newsreel
theatre in the UK still operating as a cinema.
Constructions of Cultural Identities in Newsreel
Cinema and Television After 1945
This book has moved us more than any newsreel
," Kabbani said.
They were watching the newsreel
pictures showing a film of British prisoners of war marching in some city in the Far East.
If you are not part of the closed world of ultra-Orthodox, or haredi, Jewry, or within the Orthodox rabbinic fraternity, you are more than likely completely oblivious to the release last week of an obscure newsreel
from 1923, which for nearly a century has remained unseen, languishing on some dusty shelf in an obscure storage location in the United States.
Profits from the premiere helped fund the club, which was set up in 1952, to film its own productions, including plays, documentaries and a newsreel
of the town's social calendar.
But in one sense, as well as adapting his research model, the author might also have adapted his title as most of the book's content consists of analyzing how British, French, or American newsreel
companies reported on events in Ireland.
Specifically, it could be argued that the newsreel
played a significant role in shaping historical narratives told through the filmic medium and contributed to cultures of representation.
The show, which will last about two hours, includes newsreel
footage of the Queen''s 21st birthday, her marriage to Prince Philip and the royal visit to Huddersfield in 1949.
Audiences wanted programs of lighthearted entertainment: perhaps a Mickey Mouse cartoon, a Clark Gable feature, and a newsreel
about Canada's Dionne quintuplets.