CORONATION FILM If Catholics who saw the Coronation Procession had an opportunity of using their tine-cameras, they are invited to bring or send their films to the C.F.S., 36 Great Smith Street, S.W.!, for inclusion in our Catholic News Reel.
Considering the number of Catholics in England who own cine-cameras and the number of events of Catholic interest which lend themselves to filming, it is surprising that we rarely receive offers of film for this purpose. Now that events of interest such as the Walsingham pilgrimage are ahead, we remind Catholics that the C.F.S. is interested to see films which amateur cinematographers have made. If your film is not so good, you will at least profit by the criticism and advice of our cinematography experts; if it is a success. what hetter repository could it have than a Catholic news reel. made by the Catholic Film Society. for Catholics?
CORONATION DISPLAYS Special programmes are available for schools' Coronation displays, 14 or 2 hours, 30s. and 2 gns. respectively, plus travelling expenses. Book from the Assistant Secretary.
THE BISHOP OF NOTTINGHAM.
At the next display, which takes place at 8 p.m. on June 2, in Millicent Fawcett Hall, the Bishop of Nottingham, President of the Society, is giving a lecture. Fr. Antottimis Maguire, 0.P., will be present. with Fr. Ferdinand Valentine, O.P., and other speakers. There will also he a display of Catholic films. Tickets (2s. and Is. 6d.) from the Assistant Secretary.
NEw PILMS Besides Great Awakening, the Catholic Industrial film, upon which work is rapidly progressing, the Society has another film in the making. This is a short film entitled Forth for the Reception of a Convert, and is being made by the Women's Section of the Production Group.