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Look to the Land

USA, 1954 (MIFF 1955, A Thousand Million Years)

Shows the wealth of natural resources in the United States and illustrates how they have been wasted or misused in the past. Then tours the country to see new farming methods, the wise management of timber and grazing lands and the efforts to preserve our natural heritage.

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In The Beginning - The Grand Canyon Story

An attempt to tell the story of geologic time as it is written in the walls of the Grand Canyon, in Northern Arizona. There, the earth's crust is laid bare so that all who can read the rocks can know ... More »

Face of the Earth

This film shows how the face of the earth has been changed by the war between the forces of nature. ... More »

Riches of the Earth

A coloured cartoon illustrating how Canada's underground resources took shape through geological ages. ... More »

Bells of Atlantis

Abstract realisation of Anais Nin's poem to evoke the watery depths of the lost Atlantis, glimpsed as in a dream, with layer on layer of forms and colours interposed between the dreamer and his ... More »

Paintings of the New World

Paintings of the New World captures on film their reflection of the life and spirit of the 19th Century America to bring to the screen an imaginatively conceived and informative capsule of the ... More »

Yukawa Story

The portrayal of what the son sees in the life of his father. Dr. Yukawa, Japan's Nobel prizewinner, and his world of cosmotrones. ... More »

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