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Date produced: 1932

Filmmaker(s):

Robert M. Coles

Charles Coles

Languages:

English

Length:

1 reel

Format:

format unknown

Colour:

B&W

Sound Notes:

Silent

Awards/Recognition:

American Cinematographer Amateur Movie Makers Contest, 1933 - Silver medal for Photography

Description:

"Charles and Robert Coles showed a fine knowledge of the use of filters in their twin subject, 'Cascade and World's Fair.' Also they showed a grasp of composition and camera angles that was refreshing." American Cinematographer, Dec. 1933, 342.

Resources:

The "Cascade" section of the film won second award in a Metropolitan Motion Picture Club contest in 1932 (Movie makers, May 1932, 206).

Discussed in "Pictures Taken with a Weston Exposure Meter" (Movie Makers, March 1934, 94), where the filmmakers describe how the Weston brand meter was used to overcome exposure problems while shooting this film. The "World's Fair" section of the film is also specified as the Chicago World's Fair.

Locations:

  • Chicago, Illinois (Filming)

Subjects:

Genre:

Form:

Screenings:

  • The "Cascade" section of the film was screened by the Motion Picture Club of Brooklyn in 1932: Brooklyn, N.Y.
  • The "World's Fair" section of the film was screened by the Metropolitan Motion Picture Club in 1933: New York City, N.Y.

Awards

ASC
The Coles brothers’ 1933 American Cinematographer award pictured (left). Movie Makers, March 1934, 94.


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