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Frontiers

USA, 1960 (MIFF 1962, Frontiers)

Director: Dick Durance

The film covers the history and rapid development in agriculture, industry, and cultural activity of the intermountain region in Utah and Idaho—one of the last frontiers in the United States. First prize, Brussels Festival.

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