Cover image for Films and Videos Produced or Acquired by the Agency.
Series:
Films and Videos Produced or Acquired by the Agency.
Series Number:
Access:
Open
Start Date:
01 Jan 1930
End Date:
31 Dec 1993
Source:
Tasmanian Archives
Creating Agency:
01 Jan 188617 Jul 1989

17 Jul 198927 Mar 1996
How to Use:
Although this is a government series of records, copyright in the films in this series may not always be held by the crown (and therefore administered by TAHO). Many of the films were created by the Education Department's Visual Aids Centre and therefore the copyright is government. Some of the films, however, were made privately and acquired by the agency. Copyright may be held by the individual creators/producers and the names of these have been specified at item level where possible.

As a GUIDE ONLY:

Films made before 1 May 1969:

DRAMATIC (Feature films + advertising) - copyright expired IF CREATOR DIED BEFORE 1 January 1955, otherwise copyright exists for life of creator or author of images (whichever longer) + 70 years

NON-DRAMATIC (home movies + documentaries) - copyright expired IF FILM MADE BEFORE 1 January 1955, otherwise copyright exists for life of author of images + 70 years

Films made on/after 1 May 1969 - duration of copyright is year first published + 70 years

Please be advised that this footage may contain words and descriptions that may be culturally sensitive, which reflect the attitude of the period in which the film was produced, and which may be considered inappropriate today.
Series notes:
Many of these films were used as teaching resources and others made to document the activities of schools

These records are part of the holdings of the Tasmanian Archives
Items:


Film - BASS HIGHWAY PART 1 - Launceston to Deloraine (shows towns) (10m 00s).
Film - BASS HIGHWAY PART 2 - Deloraine to Devonport (shows towns) (10m 00s).
Film - BASS HIGHWAY PART 3 - Devonport to Burnie (shows towns) (condition fair slight scratches some splices shrinkage - 9m 10s).
Film - LAUNCESTON, CITY OF - coverage of Launceston in 1957 - business, residential, factories - (condition fair some sprocket damage - 16m 07s).
Film - BRIDGE AT HOBART - sequence showing southern Tasmanian bridges and showing the operation of the floating bridge (VHS viewing copy wrongly captioned as AB869/993 at head of tape) - (9m 39s).
Film - TASMANIAN EPISODES - AUSTRALIA DIARY - produced by Commonwealth - Tasmania turns back pages of history - enactment of First Council of Australia - Parliament House - Hagley Farm School - hop picking - newsprint venture - bridges - apple harvest
Film - ISLE OF MANY WATERS - produced by Frank Hurley - typical travelogue of period shot on 35 mm - narrated by Hurley - travelogue of Tasmania based on water- features Queenstown, Port Arthur, Fox and Hounds, Hobart, ABT Railway, King River Gorge, Huon
Film - ULVERSTONE HIGH SCHOOL - TOWN AND SCHOOL - produced by Ulverstone High - general coverage of school and town including shops, steam trains, Leven District Hospital etc, - 16 fps silent - (condition good shrinkage, density variations)
Film - BASS HIGHWAY PART 5 - Stanley, Smithton, Marrawah - (condition splices, scratches, shrinkage, end title missing - 9m 40s).
Film - FORCED TO SELL (16m 04s)
Film - FOOLS RUSH IN - alternative title - LOGGING -(14m 40s).
Film - MEDIA CENTRE - untitled footage - includes Royal Hobart Show - P O Ship 'Oronsay' - family scenes -16 fps silent - (condition fair - 5m 00s).
Film - BASS HIGHWAY PART 4 - Burnie to Stanley - (condition fair colour faded shrinkage scratches - 10m 00s).
Film - TIMBER - produced by Herschells Films - forest techniques - axemen, bullock teams, log train, caber haulage, timber mill, forestry school in Victoria - some scenes maybe Tasmanian - (condition poor shrinkage, scratches, sprocket damage - 10m 00s).
Film - TASMAN PENINSULA - produced by Education Department - tourists & life on the Peninsula - TAA DC4 at Cambridge - Tourist Bureau Office - general coverage of Peninsula with history including Port Arthur, Safety Cove, Nubeena, Parsons Bay, Premaydena
Film - HYDRO ELECTRIC POWER - produced by John Kingsford Smith (Kingcroft Australia) - Hydro schemes throughout Australia including start of Snowy River Scheme - includes Wadamana in Tasmania - (condition bad, shrinkage - 10m 00s).
Film - TASMANIAN TAPESTRY - produced by Commonwealth Film Unit - travel film on Tasmania includes HEC and Shannon Rise - (condition fair scratched and splices - 9m 00s).
Film - COAL - produced by John Kingsford-Smith - coal deposits in Australia, mining methods and usage - domestic equipment, industry and railways - (condition poor scratched and shrinkage - 10m 00s).
Film - HOBART TOWN - produced by Australian National Film Board - Hobart past and present includes Salmon Ponds - Shot Tower - Richmond - Bushy Park - Port Arthur - (condition scratched, shrunk and some sprocket damage - 9m 00s).
Film - BASS HIGHWAY PART 3 (condition fair slight scratches some splices shrinkage - 9m 10s).
Film - FROM THE TROPICS TO THE SNOW - produced by Commonwealth Film Unit - the story of making a film about Australia - features all area of Tasmania - (condition scratched and badly faded - 26m 00s).
Film - LIFE IN AUSTRALIA - LAUNCESTON - produced by Commonwealth Film Unit - lifestyle, industry and education in Launceston - music and FX only - (condition poor badly faded colour - 18m 30s).
Film - STORY OF COPPER (condition scratches and shrinkage - 13m 30s).
Film - FARM SCHOOL AT HAGLEY - Hagley is a residential farm school and community centre - (condition bad shrinkage - 24m 00s).
Film - HOBART - history of Hobart City and environs in 1957 - includes trains, buildings, city streets, sport and industry - (slight scratching - 15m 00s).
Film - UNIVERSITIES OF AUSTRALIA - produced by Commonwealth Film Unit - work of Australian Universities including Tasmania - (condition poor scratches and shrinkage - 19m 00s).
Film - SIREX WASP - DESTRUCTION ON THE WING - produced by Commonwealth Film Unit - problems of the Sirex wasp on pine plantations - (condition poor shrinkage and scratches - 10m 00s).
Film - SHIP AT HOBART (A) - produced by Education Department - handling a ship in the Port of Hobart, ship 'Port Lyttleton' & passengers, pilot service, harbourmaster, handling cargo on ship and on wharf, waterside workers, crew activities on board
Film - GERM DESTRUCTION DAY IN LAUNCESTON - a look at breeding grounds for pests & germs & their characteristics, use of pesticides "DDT" and such on swamp, drains &tips, good street scenes of Launceston from parade - (condition bad scratches-18m 00s).
Film - TEACHING AIDS CENTRE AT WORK - Open Day attended by Angus Bethune , Bill Neilson and Graeme Foster (Director) - shows facilities in use including bus - 24 fps silent - (2m 20s).
Film - TIMBER INDUSTRY METHODS - Education Department - timber felling - bullock team - steam saw mill - log trains - large timber mill - timber fabrication including structures - coopering - boatbuilding - 16 fps silent - (condition fair, shrinkage)
Film - SHOOBRIDGE HENRY - HOP GROWER - (condition poor - 15m 00s).
Film - SCHOOLS - SOME TASMANIAN - contains TV news stories relevant to schools & donated to TV stations - plus short clips of film relating to some activities - Cooking Snails - Roseneath Primary School - Teaching Aids - hearing impaired
Film - PLANE AT CAMBRIDGE (A) - produced by Education Department - aircraft at Cambridge Airport including passenger & freight handling, formation flying, Western Junction, Met Office - DC3 Ansett, DC6, DC4 TAA, Bristol freighter, Tiger Moths (Aero Club)
Film - SMOKING - produced by Impala Films - film for schools about problem of tobacco smoking features Dr Dulcie Holden - (condition good some scratches - 10m 00s).
Film - AUSTRALIAN DIARY NUMBER 23 - produced by Commonwealth Film Unit - l Trout Hatchery, Victoria - 2 Apple Harvest, Huon Valley - (condition scratched badly faded - 7m 00s).
Film - APPLE GROWER - ROBERT SMITH - history and growing methods follows a year in the orchards - Smith property at Woodbridge - (condition bad, titles missing, scratched, colour fading many splices - 15m 00s).
Film - ALCOHOL DEPENDENCY (15m 00s).
Film - DRUGS - SOME GET BUSTED - alternative title - DANGEROUS DRUGS - (11m 52s).
Film - LETTING GO (condition light scratching - 26m 45s).
Film - SHOPAROUND (21m 00s).
Film - AUTOMATED MARINER (THE) (condition fair light scratches - 18m 08s).
Film - MRS HARDING TEACHES RESOURCEFULLY (condition fair - slight scratching - 20m 00s).
Film - MAPPING SERIES - Episode 4- (condition bad heavy scratches - 11m 30s).
Film - EVERYBODY WORK, EVERYBODY HELP - the construction and use of the G V Brooks Community School at Newnham - (condition poor - 14m 00s).
Film - HALF A PINT OF MILK - (condition fair slight scratching - 15m 30s).
Film - SO YOU WANT TO BE A TEACHER (condition good light scratches and shrinkage - 12m 00s).
Film - SCHOOL IN THE MAILBOX - produced by Commonwealth Department of Information -school by correspondence - methods of study and distribution - no direct reference to Tasmania - includes School of the Air - (condition shrinkage and scratches - 19m 00s).
Film - AUSTRALIA NOW - produced by Commonwealth Film Unit - life, industry and conditions throughout Australia including Tasmania - (condition poor - scratched and faded - 26m 00s).
Film - AUSTRALIA IN THE 80S - survey of Australian life, business and industry in the 1980's - (condition some colour fading - 28m 00s).
Film - OLIVES DON'T FLOAT (condition poor, heavy scratches - 15m 00s).
Film - WALKAWAY PRICES - alternative title CRIME PREVENTION - (condition slight scratches - 22m 00s).
Film - THEY DON'T TEACH THEM LIKE THEY USED TO (condition scratched - 22m 16s).
Film - SPORTING CHANCE (A) (condition fair light scratches - 25m 00s).
Film - DERWENT VALLEY (condition poor - 10m 31s).
Film - ICING A CAKE - produced by Education Department - (short version) instructional film on icing a fruit cake with hard and soft icing - (condition fair - 14m 00s).
Film - SCHOOL AND YOUR CHILD - YOUR CHILD AT INFANT SCHOOL - produced by ABC TV - introduced by Barbara Rogers - features Howrah Infant School - (condition good part is Kine - 11m 00s).
Film - SCHOOL AND YOUR CHILD - EPISODE 3 - YOUR CHILD AT PRIMARY SCHOOL (Kevin Wilson) - produced by ABC TV - introduced by Barbara Rogers - (condition good Kine recording - 10m 00s).
Film - SCHOOL AND YOUR CHILD - EPISODE 4 - AT SECONDARY SCHOOL (Don Lennox) - produced by ABC TV - introduced by Barbara Rogers - features Don Lennox headmaster Taroona High School - (condition good Kine recording - 10m 00s).
Film - SCHOOL AND YOUR CHILD - EPISODE 5 - YOUR CHILDRENS SCIENCE- (J G Scott) produced by ABC TV - introduced by Barbara Rogers - features J G Scott Superintendent of Science in Primary Schools - Howrah Primary School teacher Mr Kerrison - condition good
Film - SCHOOL AND YOUR CHILD - EPISODE 6 - YOUR CHILD AND READING (Cynthia Paltridge) - produced by ABC TV - introduced by Barbara Rogers -(condition good Kine recording - 10m 00s).
Film - Stock footage - Cressy and Longford areas - unedited footage of rural land, sheep, clearing and burning trees, horses, tractors, carts etc, surveyor at work, sheep mustering - 16 fps silent - (condition fair/good - 15m 30s).
Film - PHYSICAL EDUCATION ACTIVITIES - produced by Education Department - shot at various schools - unedited - 16 fps silent - (condition fair slight scratches - 12m 30s).
Film - TEDDY BEARS AT PLAY - produced by EFTEE Films - Koala Bears with song 'The Teddy Bears Picnic' - (condition copy 1 scratched - copy 2 poor scratched - 5m 00s).
Film - TEACHING - IS THIS YOUR CAREER - produced by Commonwealth Government - made in NSW about the work of teachers - (condition slight scratches - 11m 00s).
Film - HOBART TOWN - produced by Australian National Film Board - Hobart past and present includes Salmon Ponds - Shot Tower - Richmond - Bushy Park - Port Arthur - (condition heavy scratches - 9m 00s).
Film - BUSHLAND SYMPHONY - produced by Cinesound - Australian animals and birds - (condition scratches and shrinkage - 10m 00s).
Film - AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES (series) - produced by Australian Instruction Films - shot during University of Sydney 1952 expedition to Arnhem Land - Reel 1 - Songs and Dances - (condition fair scratches and shrinkage).
Film - AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES (series) - produced by Australian Instruction Films - shot during University of Sydney 1952 expedition to Arnhem Land - Reel 2 - Cooking - (condition fair scratches and shrinkage).
Film - AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES (series) - produced by Australian Instruction Films - shot during University of Sydney 1952 expedition to Arnhem Land - Reel 3 - Everything from Nature - (condition fair scratches and shrinkage).
Film - AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES (series) - produced by Australian Instruction Films - shot during University of Sydney 1952 expedition to Arnhem Land - Reel 4 - Making Him Man - (condition fair scratches and shrinkage).
Film - AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES (series) - produced by Australian Instruction Films - shot during University of Sydney 1952 expedition to Arnhem Land - Reel 5 - Living off the Land - (condition fair scratches and shrinkage).
Film - AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES (series) - produced by Australian Instruction Films - shot during University of Sydney 1952 expedition to Arnhem Land - Reel 6 - Art, Life and Religion - (condition fair scratches and shrinkage).
Film - WESTCOASTER (condition slight scratches - 17m 38s).
Film - AUSTRALIAN TOURIST TROPHY MEETING (LONGFORD TASMANIA) - produced by GTV9 - film record of the motor car & motorcycle race held in March 1960 - Jack Brabham 1959 World Champion is shown winning gold star event in his first race in Australia
Film - DAILY MIRACLE (THE) (condition - slight scratches - 15m 00s).
Film - YOU'VE GOT TO BE UP (condition scratched - 13m 30s).
Film - YACHTING - DRAGON CLASS - general coverage Dragon Championships Hobart 1963 - (condition fair - slight scratching - 12m 00s).
Film - MAPPING SERIES - Episode 2 - (condition heavy scratches - 11m 30s).
Film - MAPPING SERIES - Episode 3 - (condition heavy scratches - 11m 30s).
Film - TASMANIA - GEM OF THE SOUTHSEAS - PART 2 - produced by Frank Hurley/Tourism - a silent travelogue of Hobart area includes Botanical Gardens - Cascade Brewery - Government House - Governor and Lady Clark in gounds - Wrest Point Hotel condition bad).
Film - SEAWAY QUEEN - produced by ABCTV (?) - maiden voyage to Hobart for USSCo Seaway Queen - freight handling methods - sound and silent - (4m 00s).
Film - ESPERANCE (WA) STORY - produced by Commonwealth Film Unit - the Aboriginal community - rural activities - story of the Walker family - example of film used in Tasmanian schools - (condition scratched, shrinkage - 11m 00s).
Film - QUEEN ELIZABETH II - THE CORONATION - released by Brown and Dureau, Melbourne - silent version apparently made specifically for schools - 24 fps - (condition poor shrinkage and scratches - 10m 00s).
Film - AUSTRALIAN DIARY NUMBER 126 - produced by Commonwealth Film Unit - 1 Crop treatment from the air spraying etc - Guide Dogs for the Blind - The new Cessnock (NSW) progress and coal industry, vineyards, new road, sporting (11m 00s).
Film - AUSTRALIAN COLOUR DIARY NUMBER 20 - produced by Commonwealth Film Unit - 1 Lismore - 2 Port Kembla Steel - (condition faded slight scratching - shrinkage - 6m 00s).
Film - LIVE TEDDY BEARS (KOALAS) - produced in USA - koala bears and other Australian wildlife - example of film used in Tasmanian schools - (condition bad many splices, titles missing - 10m 00s).
Film - AUSTRALIAN PLATYPUS - produced by Australian Instructional Films - the story of the Platypus - (condition bad shrinkage scratching, splices and opening titles missing - 20m 00s).
Film - ETERNAL FOREST - forestry practices - forestry as a renewable resource including eucalypt and pine - Gippsland and Maryvale Mill, Victoria - (condition scratched, title missing - 10m 00s).
Film - POWER WITH PRECISION - produced by Southern Industrial Studios - Australia's mineral resources - iron ore, coal - conversion of coal to coke - steel production &milling steel manufacture of large machine components - manufacture of diesel engines
Film - PLATYPUS - ORINITHORHYNCHUS ANATINUS - produced by Film Australia - the story of the Playpus - specie, origin and associations, habitats, breeding etc - (condition poor heavy scratching and fading - 23m 00s).
Film - AUSTRALIA AT SCHOOL - produced by Commonwealth Film Unit - survey of education in Australian schools for screening to prospective migrants - (condition scratches and shrinkage - 20m 00s).
Film - CEMENT MANUFACTURING IN AUSTRALIA - produced by Drought Productions - methods of manufacture and testing - (not made in Tasmania) - (condition slight scratches - 12m 00s).
Film - WALKABOUT - A JOURNEY AMONG ABORIGINES - produced by C P Mountford - a record of an Adelaide Uni Expedition to South & Central Australia - from footage shot in 1940 & 1942 - (see later version Walkabout AC671/111) - (condition colour faded, shrunk)
Film - WALKABOUT - produced by C P Mountford - In 1940 & 1942 Mountford made scientific expeditions to Central Australia for Uni of Adelaide - travelling to desert country to the West & South West of Alice Springs he photographed material
Film - JOURNEY NORTH - produced by Saftall - Port Augusta - Alice Springs - a journey by road - conditions on original dirt highway - car and caravan - including Mt Eba, overland telegraph, Coober Pedy, Wintinna - cattle droving, Kulgera
Film - VISUAL AIDS IN EDUCATION (TRAINING) - produced by US Department of Education - use of visual aids in schools in the 1940s - example of film used in Tasmanian Schools - (condition slight scratches - 12m 00s).
Film - WILSON DAM SCHOOL - produced by Tennessee Valley Authority and Alabama Department of Education - the Wilson Dam School - which operated from 1933-1941 during the construction of the dam - example of film from Education Department - (condition poor)
Film - NEW WAY TO GREATER EDUCATION - produced by Coronet Films USA - use of films in education - example of film used in Tasmanian schools - (condition light scratches - shrinkage - 12m 00s).
Film - SCHOOL AND YOUR CHILD - YOUR CHILD AND ART - produced by Education Department - features Ken Thomas - (condition fair - 10m 00s).
Film - ANTIOCH COLLEGE - produced by United Films USA - graduation and students of Antioch College - (20m 10s).
Film - NEW TOOLS FOR LEARNING - produced by University of Chicago - use of film in schools - includes Atomic bomb tests, aircraft of period etc - example of film used in Tasmanian schools - (condition slight shrinkage - 19m 00s).
Film - USING THE CLASSROOM FILM - produced by Encyclopedia Britannica - the use of films and graphic subjects in the classroom - example of film used by Education Department Tasmania - (condition slight scratches - 21m 00s).
Film - ASSIGNMENT TOMORROW - produced by National Education Association USA - aims and objectives of teachers and educational authorities in the USA - (condition fair, slight scratching and shrinkage - 14m 00s).
Film - ASIAN STUDENTS IN AUSTRALIA - produced by Commonwealth Film Unit - opportunities for Asian students in Australia in educational institutions - (condition fair, scratching and shrinkage - 18m 00s).
Film - DOWN THE RIVER WITH STURT - using predominately graphics a description of Sturt's expedition in NSW - (condition poor scratching, shrinkage and splices - 18m 00s).
Film - LET'S VISIT DARWIN - produced by Victorian Education Department - life in Darwin - example of film used in Education Department - (condition poor shrinkage, scratches, title missing - 15m 00s).
Film - LET'S VISIT A CATTLE STATION - produced by Australian Industrial Films - life on a cattle station near Tennant Creek - example of film used in Tasmanian schools - (condition fair slight scratching and shrinkage - 15m 00s).
Film - RICE FARMING - produced by Australian Information Film - cultivation of rice in Australia - example of film used in education - (condition fair scratched and shrunk - 14m 00s).
Film - IRRIGATION IN AUSTRALIA - produced by Peter Whitchurch - story of irrigation, uses and methods - construction of dams includes reference to Hydro Electric power in Tasmania - sponsored by MGM - example of film used in Tas schools (condition poor)
Film - DOWN THE RIVER WITH STURT - using predominately graphics a description of Sturt's expedition in NSW - (condition poor scratching, shrinkage and splices - 18m 00s).
Film - STATE VISIT TO AUSTRALIA BY THE SHAH OF IRAN - produced by Film Australia - visit by the Shah and Empress greeted by Gough Whitlam - visit to Kuranda, Sydney, Port Kembla, Tarrya Park and Opera House, Melbourne, Canberra - (23m 00s).
Film - HOBART - History of Hobart City and environs in 1957 - includes trains, buildings, city streets, sport and industry - (slight scratching - 15m 00s).
Film - AND NOBODY CARES - Life today as seen through the eyes of a small boy - shot in Hobart in city and suburbs- cemetery and hospital - (7m 00s).
Film - TIPS FOR TEACHER - produced by Jam Handy USA - methods of teaching in class using dramatised situations - example of early educational film used by Education Department - (condition poor slight scratches, shrinkage - 18m 00s).
Film - TEACHER RECRUITMENT TV COMMERCIAL - produced by Department of Film Production - multiple of three commercials - features Hobart Teachers College on Domain - (condition slight scratching - 6m 00s).
Film - COMMUNITY STUDIES KIT - production and content of community study kits by the Education Department Media Centre - 24 fps silent - (4m 00s).
Film - ARCTIC JUNGLE - life of the Eskimo - (condition poor, splices, scratches, shrinkage and titles missing -10m 00s).
Film - WESTERN GERMANY - THE LAND AND THE PEOPLE - produced in USA - uses of horses in agriculture - tree farming - example of film used in schools - (condition poor titles missing, shrinkage and scratches - 10m 00s).
Film - AMGKLUNE ORCHESTRA - produced by Film Australia - history instruments and techniques of the Angklune Orchestra - (condition slight scratching - 5m 45s).
Film - ADVERTISING - IS THIS YOUR CAREER? - career guidance film - (condition fair slight scratching -10m 00s).
Film - INDUSTRIAL DESIGN - IS THIS YOUR CAREER - produced by Career Productions - career guidance - example of film used in Tasmanian schools - (condition fair slight scratching - 10m 00s).
Film - COMMONWEALTH SERVICE - IS THIS YOUR CAREER - career guidance - (condition bad shrinkage - 10m 00s).
Film - INSURANCE - THE LONG LOOK AHEAD - produced by Artransa Network 7 - career guidance film - example of film used in Tasmanian schools - (condition fair colour fading - 10m 00s).
Film - UNIVERSITIES OF AUSTRALIA - produced by Commonwealth Film Unit - work of Australian Universities including Tasmania - (condition fair light scratches and shrinkage - 19m 00s).
Film - PROBLEM OF PUPIL ADJUSTMENT - THE DROP OUT - produced by McGraw Hill (USA) - scenes of US life in 1950 - example of film used in Tasmanian schools - (condition fair shrunk).
Film - WHO WILL TEACH YOUR CHILD? - produced by the National Film Board of Canada - teaching young children - type of film used by Education Department - (condition fair shrinkage - 24m 00s).
Film - PROBLEM OF PUPIL ADJUSTMENT - THE STAY IN - produced by McGraw Hill (USA) - scenes of US life in 1950 - example of film used in Tasmanian schools - (condition fair shrunk).
Film - BETTER TOMORROW - produced by United Film USA - education in New York - three levels of education - condition slight scratches, shrinkage - 20m 00s).
Film - LEARNING TO UNDERSTAND CHILDREN - produced by McGraw Hill - Part 1 - A Diagnostic Approach - scenes of life in the USA in 1947 - example of film used in Tasmanian schools - (condition fair light scratching and shrinkage - 21m 00s).
Film - USING VISUAL AIDS IN TRAINING - produced by United World Films - early film used in teacher training - example of film used in Tasmanian Education - (condition poor - scratched and shrunk - 14m 00s).
Film - PICTURES THAT MOVED - PART 1 - produced by Commonwealth Film Unit - history of film in Australia includes the Higgins Brothers Tasmanian film pioneers - (condition fair slight scratches and shrinkage - 45m 00s).
Film - ROYAL VISIT - QUEEN IN TASMANIA - 1954 - produced by Visual Aids Centre - schools version of Royal Visit 1954 - has 'God Save Our Queen' sung on sound track with picture in black after end title - (condition poor scratches, shrinkage, - 51m 00s).
Film - THIS IS THE BBC - produced by BBC - the operation of BBC radio and television - operations in the 1950s with natural sound and voices - no commentary - 2 reels - (condition fair slight scratching and shrinkage - 65m 00s).
Film - INTRODUCING THE UNITED KINGDOM - produced by NATO - made as part of a series in NATO countries - shows UK defence forces, industry and lifestyle - example of film used in Tasmanian schools - (condition fair slight scratching & shrinkage - 20m 00s)
Film - FINAL VICTORY - the Aston Martin Racing Team at the 1959 Le Mans 24 hour race - (condition fair slight scratching, shrinkage and fading - 29m 00s).
Film - POWER IN THE MOUNTAINS (condition scratched and shrunk - 19m 30s).
Film - MOTION PICTURE (ART OF THE) - produced by Paul Burnford USA - study of film mechanics, history and production techniques - (condition fair slight scratches, splices - 20m 00s).
Film - CAVALCADE OF AUSTRALIA 1901-1951 - produced by Commonwealth Film Unit - history of Australia from Federation to 1951 - (condition poor splices, scratches, title missing - 30m 00s).
Film - BBC TRAINING FILM - TELEVISION PRODUCTION PLANNING - produced by BBC TV - made for BBC trainees but used in education worldwide - (condition badly faded, scratched - 37m 00s).
Film - DOCUMENTARY FILM - HISTORY - produced by Museum of Modern Art USA - Episode 1 - (20m 00s).
Film - DOCUMENTARY FILM - HISTORY - produced by Museum of Modern Art USA - Episode 2 - (18m 00s).
Film - DOCUMENTARY FILM - HISTORY - produced by Museum of Modern Art USA - Episode 3 - (33m 00s).
Film - DOCUMENTARY FILM - HISTORY - produced by Museum of Modern Art USA - Episode 4 - (30m 00s).
Film - DOCUMENTARY FILM - HISTORY - produced by Museum of Modern Art USA - Episode 5 - (22m 00s).
Film - BBC TRAINING FILM - PICTURES AND WORDS - produced by BBC TV - relationship between words and pictures - (condition poor faded, scratched, shrinkage - 35m 00s).
Film - CADBURYS - THE CHOCOLATE STORY - REEL 1 - Anglo Scottish Pictures - growing, processing & manufacture of chocolate products, including film of worldwide factories, & footage of the people & areas in which they live - (condition poor - bad fading)
Film - CADBURYS - THE CHOCOLATE STORY - REEL 2 - Anglo Scottish Pictures - growing, processing & manufacture of chocolate products, including film of worldwide factories, & footage of the people & areas in which they live - (condition poor - bad fading)
Film - CADBURYS - THE BOURNVILLE STORY - produced by Anglo Scottish Pictures - the Bournville factory in the UK - the workers and their lifestyle - (condition poor - faded, scratched and shrunk - 43m 00s).
Film - MOVING ON - produced by Commonwealth Film Unit - not Tasmanian - problems of a farming family forced by bankruptcy to move to a regional city - (condition poor scratched, shrunk, faded - 58m 00s).
Film - AGAINST THE STREAM - a teenage boy's problems with society - 24 fps - silent - (condition fair slight scratching - 9m 30s).
Film - SCHOOL AND YOUR CHILD - YOUR CHILD AND MUSIC - produced by ABC - features Mr John Kay - (10m 00s).
Film - SCHOOL AND YOUR CHILD - YOUR CHILD AND EXAMINATIONS - produced by ABC - features Mr Hugh Campbell - (10m 00s).
Film - SCHOOL AND YOUR CHILD - YOUR CHILD AND MATHEMATICS - produced by Education Department (ABC TV) - (10m 00s).
Film - SCHOOL AND YOUR CHILD - YOUR CHILD AT SCHOOL - produced by ABC TV - (10m 00s).
Film - SHIPS THAT FLEW - produced by Film Australia - story of Short Flying Boats in Australia operating from Sydney and used in services to Hobart - film shows the last trip from Sydney to Lord Howe Island - includes the use of Catalina aircraft
Film - TASMAN PENINSULA - produced by Education Department - includes aerial scenes Dunalley, Eaglehawk Neck and Port Arthur - shots of Tiger Moth biplane in air - 16 fps - (condition bad shrinkage, splices, scratches - 7m 00s).
Film - SALMON FISHING IN TASMANIA - produced by Education Department - collecting of eggs, hatching, growth of fish; fishing at Great Lake - titles throughout; The First Five Weeks in the Life of a Brown Trout; River Fishing; Great Lake Fishing - 16 fps
Film - TASMANIA - GEM OF THE SOUTH SEAS - PART 1 - produced by Frank Hurley/Tourism - Launceston - includes SS Taroona - East Coast - 16 fps - (condition bad scratches, shrinkage, splices - 15m 0os).
Film - TASMANIA - GEM OF THE SOUTH SEAS - PART 1 - produced by Frank Hurley/Tourism - Launceston - includes SS Taroona - East Coast - 16 fps - (condition bad scratches, shrinkage, splices - 15m 0os).
Film - TASMANIA - GEM OF THE SOUTH SEAS - PART 2 - produced by Frank Hurley/Tourism -silent travelogue of Hobart includes Botanical Gardens - Cascade Brewery - Government House-Governor & Lady Clark in grounds - Wrest Point Hotel (condition bad,shrinkage)
Film - BACK OF BEYOND - REEL 1 - produced by John Heyer - story of Tom Kruse, the outback mailman on his journey along Birdsville Track - classic Australian Award winning documentary - John Heyer was born in Devonport in 1912 (condition scratched shrunk)
Film - BACK OF BEYOND - REEL 2 - produced by John Heyer - story of Tom Kruse, the outback mailman on his journey along Birdsville Track - classic Australian Award winning documentary - John Heyer was born in Devonport in 1912 (condition scratched shrunk)
Film - ANTARCTIC PIONEERS - produced by Commonwealth Film Unit - Frank Hurley narrates his own film including the Mawson Expedition in 1911 includes departure from Hobart - (condition fair - 30m 00s).
Film - BUSHLAND FANTASY - colour film made for schools about Australian bush including animals, birds and plants - (condition poor scratches, shrinkage, titles missing - 9m 00s).
Film - BEWARE SNAKES - produced by Australian Institutional Films - snakes in Australia, warnings to children about dangerous snakes - example of film used in Australian schools - (condition poor scratched shrinkage - 9m 00s).
Film - AIRCRAFT AT WORK - produced by Commonwealth Film Unit - Number 3 in Transport in Australia series - passenger and freight aircraft - history of aircraft from box kites to modern jets - features Laurence Hargraves - box kites - Wright Brothers
Film - WAR IN THE AIR NUMBER 9 - WINGS OVER ITALY - produced by BBC - the war in Italy - featuring Australian Air Force units plus other allied countries - allied landings in Italy - (condition light scratching, shrinkage - 29m 00s).
Film - PARAGUAY - AND THEIR GHOSTS MAY BE HEARD - produced by Film Australia. Story of Peter Wood's return from NSW to Paraguay to see his family. Descendants of original New Australia Colony in Paraguay -Australian pioneers who sailed from Sydney in 1893
Film - PRIMARY FOCUS - EPISODE 1 - EdFest at Branxholm Primary School, Launceston - (condition good - slight damage at start of tape - 17m 10s).
Film - PRIMARY FOCUS - EPISODE 3 - Waverley, Howrah Clean-up - Charles Street Launceston - (condition good but mono track only on introduction to 3rd segment - 17m 00s).
Film - PRIMARY FOCUS - EPISODE 2 - Hillcrest Primary School's "Science Expedition " to Sprent Environment Centre - (15m 00s).
Film - PRIMARY FOCUS - EPISODE 4 - Learning through music - West Park School, Burnie - Science Fair at Campbell Street Primary - Profile of St Giles Special School, Launceston - (condition good - audio track change - 15m 00s).
Film - PRIMARY FOCUS - EPISODE 5 - St Mary's-St Helens Music Camp - Ravenswood Primary, magic circle approach regarding disruptive behaviour - (22m 00s).
Film - PRIMARY FOCUS - EPISODE 6 - Avoca Community Involvement - Invermay Primary - class meetings - (17m 00s).
Film - PRIMARY FOCUS - EPISODE 7 - Assessing teacher performance - Members of TASS - (13m 00s).
Film - PRIMARY FOCUS - EPISODE 8 - Philosophy for children - reliving history at Sorell - (12m 30s).
Film - PRIMARY FOCUS - EPISODE 9 - Home Tutor Programme at Glenorchy Primary - (15m 00s).
Film - PRIMARY FOCUS - EPISODE 10 - Student Mediators - Risdon Vale Primary - Learning Centres - Burnie Primary - (10m 00s).
Film - SECONDARY EDUCTION - THE FUTURE - Release of Policy Statement - (16m 00s).
Film - OPERATION OF THE ROUTER - instruction on the Router in woodwork - (9m 00s).
Film - CO-OPERATIVE LEARNING AND RESPONSIBILITY IN THE CLASSROOM - made for teachers. Features Mowbray Heights Primary School
Film - TALIRE SCHOOL - OUT OF THE ORDINARY - Ogilvie High School students working in special need schools - (6m 53s).
Film - LANDCARE FOR TEACHERS PROGRAMME (7m 00s).
Film - LOTE - THE HARTZ DISTRICT LANGUAGE PROGRAMME - (16m 05s).
Film - LOTE NOW - UPDATED LANGUAGE PROGRAMME - (13m 17s).
Film - COUNTRY AREAS PROGRAM CONFERENCE 1993 (17m 40s).
Film - PEER SUPPORT PROGRAM - made at Riverside Primary School, Launceston - (6m 27s).
Film - OPERATION OF THE BAND SAW - Training film - (15m 08s).
Film - OPERATION OF IMPACT DRILLS - training film - (4m 07s).
Film - OPERATION OF THE CIRCULAR RIP SAW - training film - (15m 38s).
Film - OPERATION OF THE PORTABLE ELECTRIC SAW - training film - (10m 08s).
Film - OPERATION OF THE SPINDLE MOULDER - PART 2 THE BREAK THROUGH OR FALSE FENCE - training film - (11m 04s).
Film - OPERATION OF THE POWER MITRE SAW - training film - (6m 00s).
Film - MUSIC CAMP (5th) - FINGAL - coverage of camp activities - (4m 30s).
Film - OUR CHILDREN THE FUTURE - Policy documents on primary education future - (24m 00s).
Film - MAINSTREAM - A TWO WAY ENRICHMENT - Sight Impaired Education - (22m 20s).
Film - TASMANIAN COLLEGE OF HOSPITALITY - the courses and training offered at the College - (10m 20s).
Film - HMONG LANGUAGE PROGRAMME - working together ideas for parents of young children - made in the Hmong language.
Film - COMBINED PRIMARY SCHOOLS CONCERT BAND FOR THE BICENTENNIAL YEAR - concert at Wrest Point - (85m 00s).
Film - COMBINED PRIMARY SCHOOLS CONCERT BAND FOR THE BICENTENNIAL YEAR - concert at Wrest Point - (condition poor - 60m 00s approx).See AC671/1/217
Film - OVERVIEW (COPE) - OUR CHILDREN THE FUTURE - described as 'Cope' overview - (3m 12s).
Film - LIVING WITH ANIMALS - advice on animal care sponsored by BAYER - made for Tasmanian Hydatids eradication control features Dr Harry Cooper - (15m 10s).
Film - IN THE KNOW (ASCIS) - finding information to aid teacher training - (5m 30s).
Film - FIRE SERVICE - NORMALAIR B A - operation of Fire Service equipment - Breathing Apparatus - (23m 00s).
Film - AUSTRALIA POST - INTELPOST - promotional video for Australia Post Fax system - shot at Rosny Park Post Office - (condition - dropouts - 13m 00s).
Film - SAWYERS GUIDE TO LOG QUALITY - Training video - (24m 30s).
Film - ANM STEAM DEMO PMZ OPERATOR TRAINING MODULES A&C - lecture/demonstration - (condition fair).
Film - ANM STEAM DEMO PMZ OPERATOR TRAINING MODULE F- lecture/demonstration Condensate handling - (condition fair).
Film - ANM STEAM DEMO PMZ OPERATOR TRAINING MODULE H- lecture/demonstration - Paper Making.
Film - ZEEHAN - A MINING TOWN - past and present mining on the west coast - (23m 00s).
Film - TEMCO - OBSERVING INSTRUCTION METHODS - training video - (condition bad dropouts - 16m 00s).
Film - SMALL BALL SKILLS - physical education using hoops and balls - Abbotsfield Primary School - silent - (condition fair - 25m 00s).
Film - WIRKSWORTH - interiors and exteriors of accommodation, dormitories, classrooms, kitchen and dining room - no students - silent - (condition fair no titles - 5m 00s).
Film - AUSTRALIAN LIZARDS - produced by David Stammer - example of film used in Tasmanian Schools - (condition colour badly faded - 16m 00s).
Film - AUSTRALIAN SNAKES - produced by David Stammer - example of film used in Tasmanian Schools - (condition colour badly faded - 16m 00s).
Film - CADET WORLD - two helmsmen from Tasmania were selected to represent Australia in 1974 Cadet Dinghy World Championships. Beginning with Tasmanian crew's midwinter training, the action culminates in competitions sailed in Portugal (condition fair)
Film - FITNESS FACTOR (THE) - alternative title HEART - THE FITNESS FACTOR - Alf is challenged by the relative fitness of his neighbour. He soon learns some facts about his own condition & undertakes various regimes designed to improve matters
Film - BEST LAID PLANS - see also SEARCH ALERT - VERSION 1 - check version - planning and carrying out a search for lost bushwalkers - (condition slight scratching - 13m 00s).
Film - AN APPROACH TO INFANT EDUCATION - a days activities in the junior primary classroom - (16m 25s).
Film - MINING AND OUR ENVIRONMENT - alternative title MINES AND CONSERVATION - examination of the impact of mining on our environment & a look at its safeguards - commentary by Noreen Le Mottee - sequence of stills (b&w) of old mining scenes and remains
Film - FOR BETTER FOR WORSE - alternative title FAMILY PLANNING - dramatised discussion starter examining the varous events causing tensions within a young family - features Rosalind Spiers - Graeme Smith - Noreen Le Mottee (20m 00s).
Film - HENRY SHOOBRIDGE - HOPGROWER - story of Henry Shoobridge and the pioneering hop growing family - (condition - fair - 17m 00s).
Film - HOBART - ISLAND CAPITAL - A brief look at the attractions of Hobart featuring the Royal Hobart Regatta with take offs and landings from an aircraft carrier during the annual event - Viscount aircraft, city scenes, trolley buses, floating bridge
Film - OLYMPIC GAMES (14TH) - produced by Gaumont British News - (condition bad no opening title - 40m 00s).
Film - LEARN TO SWIM - PARTS 1-3 - PART 1 CONFIDENCE - PART 2 FOOT AND LEG ACTION AND BREATHING - PART 3 ARM ACTION - produced by Neuline Film Studios New Zealand - (25m 00s).
Film - LIFE SAVING - produced by G B Instructional - used by Education Department - (condition fair - 13m 00s).
Film - SWIMMING INSTRUCTIONAL FILMS - produced by G B International - 'Development of speed in Swimming' - 'The Crawl' - 'Breast and Butterfly Strokes' - (condition fair some scratches - 24m 00s).
Film - DIVING - PARTS 1 AND 2 - produced by G B Instructional - amateur swimming training - (condition fair - 17m 30s).
Film - EIGHTEEN GIRLS AND A HORSE - produced by G B Instructional - (condition fair - 10m 00s).
Film - LEARNING TO SWIM - THE CRAWL STROKE - produced by Kingcroft Production - (condition fair - 10m 00s) - 2 extra copies TR1627/28
Film - HUMAN REPRODUCTION - produced by McGraw-Hill (USA) - (condition fair/good - 19m 00s).
Film - EMOTIONAL HEALTH - produced by McGraw Hill (USA) - (19m 00s).
Film - LEARN TO SWIM - produced by Department of Agriculture (USA) - (condition fair scratched - 16m 30s).
Film - BASKETBALL FUNDAMENTALS - produced by Coronet (USA) - (condition poor - 13m 00s).
Film - NOSE THROAT AND EARS - produced by McGraw Hill (USA) - (12m 00s).
Film - VOLLEY BALL FOR BOYS - produced by Coronet USA - (condition poor - 11m 00s).
Film - SOFTBALL FOR BOYS - produced by Coronet Films USA (condition fair - 10m 00s).
Film - SOFTBALL FOR GIRLS - produced by Coronet Films USA (condition poor -9m 45s).
Film - AUSTRALIAN DIARY NO 4 - produced by Commonwealth Film Unit - Surf Carnival - Girls Teams - Captain James Cook recreation of Cooks cottage Melbourne, 1934 (not ceremony) - Hermaimsburg Mission, NT - Katherine Gascoigne, 17 year old author
Film - SURF CARNIVAL - probably NSW - (condition poor no titles - 9m 00s).
Film - TUMBLING - INTERMEDIATE - produced by Coronet USA - (condition scratched - 11m 00s).
Film - PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASS - made by David Bill and Jim Holmes - mute - (10m 00s).
Film - WIRKSWORTH - PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS SCHOOL - produced by ? R Von Betouch - camp activities etc includes blasting tree stump and construction - 16 fps mute - off colour - (condition scratched).
Film - PHYSICAL EDUCATION IN COUNTRY SCHOOLS - produced by Education Department - importance of physical education - display at Campania Area School opening - (condition poor vinegar effect - 10m 00s).
Film - HUON VALLEY APPLE FESTIVAL - produced by Education Department - childrens demonstration - apple queen - grand parade - mute - (condition fair scratched - 9m 00s).
Film - LEARNING TO SWIM - THE CRAWL STROKE - produced by Kingcroft Production - (condition fair - 10m 00s) - 2 extra copies TR1627/28
Film - PRIMARY FOCUS - EPISODE 10 - Student Mediators - Risdon Vale Primary - Learning Centres - Burnie Primary - (10m 00s).
Film - Gordon Splits (Gordon River Splits). Directed by Michael Cordell and Prodcued by Tasmanian Wilderness Society. Features Peter Dombrovskis