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Date produced: 1933

Filmmaker(s):

James A. Sherlock

Languages:

English

Length:

1 reel (200 ft)

Format:

16mm

Colour:

B&W

Sound Notes:

Silent

Awards/Recognition:

American Cinematographer Amateur Movie Makers Contest, 1934 - Scenic
IAC Film Collection, East Anglian Film Archive

Description:

"It was based on Tennyson's poem and the scenes were made to fit the poem. This was very evident from the smoothness of the continuity. His photography secured a very high marking." American Cinematographer, Dec. 1934, 376.

Resources:

American Cinematographer (June 1935, 269) reported that Sherlock donated the $50 prize that The Brook received in the American Cinematographer contest of 1934 to a child who had recently survived a shark attack.

This film is a part of the Institute of Amateur Cinematographers Collection held by the East Anglian Film Archive.

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Repository:

Institute of Amateur Cinematographers Collection, East Anglian Film Archive

Screenings:

  • Screened at the Littles' Fifth Motion Picture evening in 1938: New York City, N.Y.
  • Screened by the Brooklyn Amateur Cine Club in 1943: Brooklyn, N.Y.