U.S. Marines and amphibious landings on Iwo Jima in World War II.
(Opening slate identifies D+4, and then a corrected slate says D+5.) U.S. marines amphibious landing activities on Iwo Jima during World War 2. Marines silhouetted against bright sky, while standing inside a Landing Ship Tank (LST) as the front ramp is lowered. An M4A3 Sherman medium tank, equipped with raised exhaust and air intakes (a wading tank), is exiting the ship. Scene shifts to views from onshore, of Landing Ships Tank (LSTs) 477 and 808, beached, on the sand. A Landing Craft Tank (LCT-1243) is on the deck of LST 808. Several M4A3 wading tanks of the 3rd Marine Tank Battalion are seen leaving LST 477. Exhaust fumes are visible from their raised ducts. Third Marine Division infantry, on the deck of LST 477, watch the tanks offloading. (Note, regarding the date. Accordng to the Navy Department Library, the 3rd Marine Division joined the Iwo Jima fighting on the fifth day of the battle. So the unloading operations, from LSTs, 477 and 808, seen in this film, could be taking place on D+5.) Location: Iwo Jima. Date: February 23, 1945.
Muscular system of jogger
Muscular system of a human jogging, animation.
Making Transitions
Various shots of NFB film crew in pick up truck rigged with IMAX 3D camera filming various shots for the film "Transitions".
Entertainment Cuba 3D
Cuba's entrepreneurs cash in with 3D theatres for films and video games
IMAX THEATERS MONTAGE - 2006
Montage of Imax includes technicians running film equipment, people enjoying the opening of a new Imax Theater and a move calling for 3D glasses.
COMPANY HELPS CREATE MOVIE MAGIC (2020)
Minnesota is a long way from Hollywood, but one Eden Prairie company may help a movie win an Academy Award in a few weeks. Stratasys color 3D printing machines were used to help create the movie "Missing Link." The Portland, Oregon, movie studio LAIKA made more than 100,000 facial expressions on the machine for the stop-motion animated film. "We had six of these machines running almost 24 hours a day, seven days a week, churning out over 106,000 different facial expressions," Brian McLean with LAIKA said. "Animators are moving those objects tiny increments and taking a picture, and when you take 24 pictures and you play them back really fast, you get one second of footage. Our characters are physical things — they are not just pixels." Missing Link won a Golden Globe and is nominated for Best Animated Feature in the Academy Awards.
TV COMMERCIALS
RHONDA FLEMING. PLUG FOR FLEMING'S 3-D PARAMOUNT TECHNICOLOR FILM "THOSE READHEADS FROM SEATTLE"
Paramount
1908 silent film clip with D.W. Griffith as a lumberjack whose child is abducted by an eagle
2538 3/15/68
2538 3/15/68 NEW YORK : LUCILLE BALL FILM PROMO COLOR POS NO DETAILS 200 FT BRIEF ENTRY BALL, LUCILLE USA D18884
Video rigging: Meeting with a visual effects specialist in Saint Georges de Didonne
Midi Atlantique
FILM FANFARE - NO 25 - SECTION 1 & 2
Film Fanfare - NO 25 - Section 1 & 2 <br/> <br/>Paul Carpenter introduces Peter Noble Phyllis Kirk, star of 'House of Wax' (A 3D Film) and 'That Woman Opposite'. She talks of her career and lifestyle. <br/> <br/>Jock McGregor reports on the filming of 'Fire Down Below' in Tobago. We see Rita Hayworth, Jack Lemmon, Robert Mitchum and much location filming activity on the beach. <br/> <br/>Then to Shepperton on the set of 'Seven Waves Away'. Mia Zetterling is interviewed about the film and her part. <br/> <br/>Then behind the scenes at the Parlophone Recording Studios where Elton Hayes rehearses and records 'Jacqueline'. We see a short clip of the film, with John Gregson, as he sings. <br/> <br/>Note: please see separate record for Film Fanfare No. 25 Section 3.
Omnibus - Minor League Baseball
a) Minor League Baseball, by Irving Jacoby - 21 mins; a film about working in the minor leagues b) Subscription TV; - 14 mins - early cable tv and how it works. Very interesting. c) The Back of Beyond, about an Australian mail carrier - 21 mins; 1:08 - Commercial - good shot of a turntable with record on it. ad about talking book records that play at 16 2/3 rpms Zenith cobramatic record changer - can play multiple speeds. pan across the different Zenith models. d) The Four Flags of the Confederacy, by Arnold Sundgaard - 14 mins about Appamatox.
PA-1093 1 inch; PA-0537 Digibeta
Banks and Credit
WINGS OF COURAGE/IMA
00:00:00:00 - RAW B-ROLL INT OF IMAX THEATRE, PEOPLE PUTTING ON 3-D GOGGLES/ INTV JEAN-JACQUES ANNAUD. (0:00)/
Cinema attendance record
Méditerranée
ITALIAN STARS AT FILM STUDIO (aka ITALIAN FILM STARS VISIT ELSTREE STUDIOS)
Elstree Studios, Hertfordshire. <br/> <br/>SV Press photographers taking pictures of Italian Film Stars. CU Press photographers. <br/> <br/>SV. Pan, on the right in Gina Lollobrigida, centre is Nadia Gray and on the left is Gino Cervi. Pan to Lia Amanda receiving bouquet from Janette Scott. <br/> <br/>CU Track to 3 Italian film stars holding bouquets. <br/> <br/>CU Sign "Italian Film Industry". LV Luncheon in progress. <br/> <br/>SV. Richard Todd talking to Lia Amanda. SV. Oscar Homolka and Gina Lollobrigida. <br/> <br/>CU Nadia Gray and Gino Cervi. Pan to Film Director Mario Zampi. <br/> <br/>SV. Richard Todd talking to Gina Lollobrigida and Robert Clark, Executive Director of Associated British Picture Corporation Ltd (in charge of production at Elstree) <br/> <br/>SV. Lia Amanda, Gino Cervi and Yvonne Ferneaux. Pan to Lia Amanda and Gino Cervi. <br/> <br/>FCU. Lia Amanda. <br/> <br/>GV. Studio set of 'Top Secret'. <br/> <br/>SV Italian stars grouped round Gina Lollobrigida and actor playing "Marshal Stalin". SV. Lia Amanda and Janette Scott watching pan down to CU. 'Marshal Stalin" and Gina. SV. Gina and "Marshal Stalin" <br/> <br/>(Orig. Neg.) (Title Scene "D") Selected Originals exist for this item - see other records.
Red blood cells
Human red blood cells, animation.
Cuba 3D
Cuba's entrepreneurs cash in with 3D theatres for films and video games
HISTORICAL FILM: US NATIONAL AIR SHOW Pt 3 (1955)
B&W FILM, 1955, IMAGES OF PLANES AND PRECISION FLYING THAT WERE PART OF THE 1955 U.S. NATIONAL AIR SHOW IN PHILADELPHIA
GRAPHIC DESIGNER USES 3D IMAGING PROGRAM
A graphic designer uses a high tech 3D imaging system on a 1980 computer, a model with an early mouse prototype. From Film - available for HD upgrade.
Making Transitions
Various shots of NFB film crew (Colin Low directing) filming with IMAX 3D camera a computer animator (Daniel Langlois, who later founded Softimage) as he works on a 3D computer animated shot.
DN-LB-724 Beta SP
DOCUMENTARIES & NEWSREELS
The Gossip - social guidance film
The GOSSIP - 1953 Points out that gossip reflects the lack of respect for words. Describes the harm which gossip can do. It tells the story of Jean Gage, a wonderful girl whose life is nearly destroyed by malicious gossip. Jack Monroe, the most popular boy in school (and Marion High's resident Casanova) takes Jean out on a date (they see Jungle Girl) and then insists on a little good night smooch in his convertible. Jack was confident that no girl could resist him, the narrator informs us. His popularity had gone to his head. Jean gives Jack a well-deserved slap and storms off, wounding Jack's manly pride. He'd have to get even, the narrator tells us, matter-of-factly. The next morning, Jack begins spreading wild tales of his romantic evening with Jean. Marion High's indigenous gossips latch on to the juicy news and spread it around. By the end of the day, the deed was done, the narrator intones. Jean's reputation was ruined. (why everyone so readily believes Casanova Jack instead of wonderful Jean is not explained.) Blissfully ignorant, Jean is unaware that her world is crumbling until she is blackballed by the Girls Club. They didn't want her kind of girl in their club, the narrator explains. Jean is in tears by this point, She tells her school principal her story, the principal forces Jack to tell the truth, and -- just as quickly as everyone condemned Jean -- everyone instantly loves her again. parrot; Closeups of people's mouth's talking directly to someone's ears. Other closeups of talking. Girl crying on her bed. Statue of 3 monkeys: hear no evil, so no evil, speak no evil. Then pictures of teenagers in the same poses.