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Overture to Tomorrow

USA, 1966 (MIFF 1967, Programme B)

Director: Joseph McDonough

Music and photography have been wedded to images of people, manufacturing, applications and systems, in this unconventional portrayal of a corporation.

Special Mention, Venice Festival; Industrial Award, Chicago Festival; Golden Eagle, CINE.

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