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Space (left) pictured in Movie Makers, Sept. 1935, 383.

Kenneth F. Space

Club Affiliation

Amateur Cinema League

Gender:

Male

Awards/Recognition:

ACL Ten Best 1934
ACL Ten Best 1936 - Special Class
ACL Ten Best 1938 - Special Class
ACL Ten Best 1939 - Honorable Mention Special Class
ACL Ten Best 1940 - General Class
ACL Ten Best 1940 - Honorable Mention Special Class

Films:

Not One Word (1934)

Exposure and Exposure Meters (1940)

Lenses and Their Uses (1940)

China’s Gifts to the West (1936)

Our Children’s Money (1936)

How to Use Your Camera (1938)

Work and Contemplation (1941)

Film Editing (1939)

Even In This Day and Age (1939)

Calhoun School, The Way to a Better Future (1940)

How to Use Filters (1940)

Art In the Negro Schools (1940)

Common Mistakes and Their Correction (1939)

As We Forgive (1936)

Fluffy, the Kitten (1940)

Profession:

Photographer / Cinematographer

Biographical Notes:

"Kenneth F. Space (1903-1971) worked as a commercial photographer in Binghamton, New York, from 1927 to 1929. From 1929 to 1931, he was employed by Agfa-Ansco, a manufacturer of cameras and photographic films. He photographed for the Harmon Foundation during the 1930's and early 1940's. In his later years, he worked for and retired from the International Business Machines Corporation" National Archives.

Space often contributed to "The Clinic" in Movie Makers, where he would give technical tips on filmmaking.

Bibliographic Resources:

Kenneth F. Space is associated with various collections in the National Archives Catalog, notably including the Harmon Foundation Collection.