Page 10, 7th March 1958

7th March 1958
Page 10
Page 10, 7th March 1958 — THE FILM INSTITUTE

Report an error

Noticed an error on this page?
If you've noticed an error in this article please click here to report it.


Locations: London


Related articles

Film Institute

Page 14 from 6th December 1957

London Tv And Film Conference

Page 7 from 10th August 1962

K.s.c. Take Over Film Institute

Page 7 from 8th November 1957

'english Film Strips'

Page 2 from 17th January 1958

London Sees The Fatima Film

Page 8 from 27th October 1950


Future plans TEN-YEAR-OLD MERCEDES QUADROS, daughter of the Uruguayan Ambassador came to the Catholic Film Institute in Lansdowne Road, London, on Tuesday to see herself playing the principal part in a charming short feature film entitled "Amelia and the Angel."

The audience had come at the invitation of Col. F. J. Milton. Supreme Knight, and Chairman of the C.F.I. to see some of the latest work of the Institute.

The programme included the filmstrip "Holy Week and Easter" photographed by Ken Russell (who also made "Amelia and the Angel") and with script and production by Fr. Edmund Jones, 0.S.B., of Cockfosters.

The Institute regards this as the most important teaching filmstrip in its collection.

The work of the Institute will be concerned mainly for the moment with the classification of films as before into the various categories under the direction of Fr. Connell of Brompton Oratory who will have the assistance of a panel of priests. The Institute will also provide filmstrips and see to the distribution of 16mm. feature films. Applications should be made direct to the Secretary, Mr. A. G. Evans at 11 Lansdowne Road, London, W.11.

blog comments powered by Disqus