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1) 0249.0002_F16
16mm film; [500 ft.]; Silent; Color
[Stretching Out B-Roll Elements]
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Identifier
25513
Can Descriptions
This is a silent A-roll of Stretching Out. // In excellent condition, but based on condition of splices in acc. 0249.0001, they may need to be redone. // 'Filmed at the Very Special Arts Festival held in Pownal, Maine, 1981. An honest and revealing look at the artists and partcipants of this Festival for disabled and nondisabled children and adults. The film features the poetry of Spindleworks. Spindleworks is a sheltered [and creative] workshop for mentally retarded adults in Brunswick, Maine.' Running time: 14 mins. // NHF viewing notes: A portrait of Spring Fest and a Very Special Arts Festival at Pineland Center, Pownal, Maine, May 29-30, 1981. Begins with setting for the arts festival for the handicapped. Shows handicapped and retarded people participating in various games. Also shows same people involved in artistic projects. Scenes of dancing, various jugglers, sign language, 'speeches,' silkscreening. // NHF originally received: one release print (450 ft.), A and B rolls, optical track, mag. track (1800 ft.)--per DSW notes 10/91.
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Director
Abbott Meader
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This item may be available for reuse, please contact Northeast Historic Film for more information;This item may be available for reuse, please contact Northeast Historic Film for more information;This item may be available for reuse, please contact Northeast Historic Film for more information
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