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Guild Workshop

West Germany, 1963 (MIFF 1966, Programme 21)

Director: Wolf Hart

This film records the restoration of the ancient sculptured figures and spires of Freiburg Cathedral. The craftsmanship, care and energy exerted to preserve the past are vividly presented.

Golden Ribbon, German Film Award; First Prize, Bergamo Festival; First Award, Vancouver Festival.

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