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Then have him do an opposite swivel and dart downward again. I threw a royal blue beach towel over the back of a chair, so that the edge just touched the floor. CHANGES OF ADDRESS: A request for a change of address must reach us at least by the twelfth of the month preceding the publication of the number of Movie Makers with which it is to take effect. The children, still throwing snowballs, laugh uproarious- ly. The English class developed the sce- nario for the film and assumed respon- sibility for all correspondence and writ- ten reports on production activity. Inasmuch as Oakvale is a rural com- munity, it was a relatively easy matter to decide that the film should concern itself with rural traffic safety problems. All these were problems that they had observed or that had been suggested to them in informal inter- views with classmates, safety patrolmen, school bus drivers, State highway po- lice, county officials in charge of school transportation and others. It is not open to anybody en- gaged in the theatrical production of motion pictures. It is par- ticularly requested that you act promptly. WINTON Managing Director Amateur Cinema League, Inc. Do you want titles that contain a warm, human, individual touch? Keep this rule in mind — your lettering must be simple. These tones color the blacks and grays of the picture, leaving the high lights unaffected. We finally solved the problem in just the opposite way — by getting large fish which were slow moving. Seal Cove is an interesting place, teeming with local color — an ideal place to paint, if you are an artist, and just made to order for the cine fan. Local characters sit on the bridge railing and whittle, probably making comments about movie makers and their crazy antics. From this viewpoint, get your Telemarks and Christianias; tilt upward to catch the skier as he hurtles downward and then train the camera steadily on the skier, as he swivels his hips one way and shoots toward you. The "3" and the "7" Print the title on a long slip of paper l treated in like manner, and and draw it slowly through the titler, lo! I came to a swimming pool sequence, with shots of water and swimmers. The science class used the traffic safety film as the basis for an intensive study of safety problems, highway traf- fic, transportation and the science of filming. As the next step in constructing the outline for the film, the classes gathered a great variety of safety problems in- volving school bus riders and presented them in the form of a mimeographed questionnaire. It is not open to amateur movie makers resid- ing in the territories and possessions of the United States, nor to American citizens resid- ing in Canada. Volume 17 March, 1942 Number 3 Closeups 98 War needs, editorial 99 Hail, British Columbia! Heffernan, ACL 100 What England films in war Eric F. Holslag, ACL 103 Your editing tools 104 How we made "The Black Rider" Louis Mc Mahon, ACL 106 Practical films Gordon L. Qual- ity is unimportant; subject matter is paramount. (Signature) Illustrations by Visual Facts 153 LETTERING FOR YOUR TITLES VICTOR ANCONA, ACL DO YOU want titles that reflect your personality? It is easy and it re- quires only a few inexpensive tools — a p°n holder, several sizes and styles of lettering pens (you can start with one size and style), a bottle of India ink, drawing paper and you. Yes, titles should be read — easily and without effort. The Model VCC, which is similar but which does not include the plastic reels in its price, sells for .00. Its title is Air Raid Warden, and it conveys its instruction in the form of a story told by a typical warden as he performs his varied functions. The Teitel color tones come in a neatly boxed package containing four capsules, which will tone any 8mm. black and white film a blue, brick red, sepia or green. This idea turned out to be a false hope, for we found, after all our trouble, that the small fish were tremendously lively and would not stay in any one place long enough so that we could focus on them. I decided to go to Seal Cove the next day and to shoot the next step. Take hours — take days- take weeks; or do as I do and have the subject always on your mind. When the ama- teur movie maker's script calls for a similar scene, he must usually resort to Sister's baby carriage or Brother's coaster wagon, to carry his camera. Drill a hole, three quarters of an inch from each end of the long piece and three quarters of an inch from the rounded end of the short piece, to fit the caster sleeves (Fig. Drill these holes on what is to be the bottom of the dolly. Copyright, 1942, by the Amateur Cinema League, Inc. Successor to Amateur Movie Makers, title registered at United States Patent Office. It is one which should not be bungled by unpreparedness, inefficiency or internal squabbles. Problems of equipment, driver responsibility and other similar situations were discarded early in the study. // requested, will you send the footage and/or the still photographs to the United States government for examination, with its assurance that they will be returned to you intact, at its expense? // requested, will you give the United States government permis- sion to make, without cost to you, duplicates of footage or still photo- graphs that our government may need, with the assurance that the duplicates will be used by the government only? If you have shown any of these films or still photographs to any Mail to AMATEUR CINEMA LEAGUE, Inc. Following are several alphabets for you to choose from. The children walk toward the cam- era, reaching the center of the room. One child is kneeling, to look under a heavily upholstered chair. A complete package of four tones and tints sells for

Then have him do an opposite swivel and dart downward again. I threw a royal blue beach towel over the back of a chair, so that the edge just touched the floor. CHANGES OF ADDRESS: A request for a change of address must reach us at least by the twelfth of the month preceding the publication of the number of Movie Makers with which it is to take effect. The children, still throwing snowballs, laugh uproarious- ly. The English class developed the sce- nario for the film and assumed respon- sibility for all correspondence and writ- ten reports on production activity. Inasmuch as Oakvale is a rural com- munity, it was a relatively easy matter to decide that the film should concern itself with rural traffic safety problems. All these were problems that they had observed or that had been suggested to them in informal inter- views with classmates, safety patrolmen, school bus drivers, State highway po- lice, county officials in charge of school transportation and others. It is not open to anybody en- gaged in the theatrical production of motion pictures. It is par- ticularly requested that you act promptly. WINTON Managing Director Amateur Cinema League, Inc. Do you want titles that contain a warm, human, individual touch? Keep this rule in mind — your lettering must be simple. These tones color the blacks and grays of the picture, leaving the high lights unaffected. We finally solved the problem in just the opposite way — by getting large fish which were slow moving. Seal Cove is an interesting place, teeming with local color — an ideal place to paint, if you are an artist, and just made to order for the cine fan. Local characters sit on the bridge railing and whittle, probably making comments about movie makers and their crazy antics. From this viewpoint, get your Telemarks and Christianias; tilt upward to catch the skier as he hurtles downward and then train the camera steadily on the skier, as he swivels his hips one way and shoots toward you. The "3" and the "7" Print the title on a long slip of paper l treated in like manner, and and draw it slowly through the titler, lo! I came to a swimming pool sequence, with shots of water and swimmers. The science class used the traffic safety film as the basis for an intensive study of safety problems, highway traf- fic, transportation and the science of filming. As the next step in constructing the outline for the film, the classes gathered a great variety of safety problems in- volving school bus riders and presented them in the form of a mimeographed questionnaire. It is not open to amateur movie makers resid- ing in the territories and possessions of the United States, nor to American citizens resid- ing in Canada. Volume 17 March, 1942 Number 3 Closeups 98 War needs, editorial 99 Hail, British Columbia! Heffernan, ACL 100 What England films in war Eric F. Holslag, ACL 103 Your editing tools 104 How we made "The Black Rider" Louis Mc Mahon, ACL 106 Practical films Gordon L. Qual- ity is unimportant; subject matter is paramount. (Signature) Illustrations by Visual Facts 153 LETTERING FOR YOUR TITLES VICTOR ANCONA, ACL DO YOU want titles that reflect your personality? It is easy and it re- quires only a few inexpensive tools — a p°n holder, several sizes and styles of lettering pens (you can start with one size and style), a bottle of India ink, drawing paper and you. Yes, titles should be read — easily and without effort. The Model VCC, which is similar but which does not include the plastic reels in its price, sells for $10.00. Its title is Air Raid Warden, and it conveys its instruction in the form of a story told by a typical warden as he performs his varied functions. The Teitel color tones come in a neatly boxed package containing four capsules, which will tone any 8mm. black and white film a blue, brick red, sepia or green. This idea turned out to be a false hope, for we found, after all our trouble, that the small fish were tremendously lively and would not stay in any one place long enough so that we could focus on them. I decided to go to Seal Cove the next day and to shoot the next step. Take hours — take days- take weeks; or do as I do and have the subject always on your mind. When the ama- teur movie maker's script calls for a similar scene, he must usually resort to Sister's baby carriage or Brother's coaster wagon, to carry his camera. Drill a hole, three quarters of an inch from each end of the long piece and three quarters of an inch from the rounded end of the short piece, to fit the caster sleeves (Fig. Drill these holes on what is to be the bottom of the dolly. Copyright, 1942, by the Amateur Cinema League, Inc. Successor to Amateur Movie Makers, title registered at United States Patent Office. It is one which should not be bungled by unpreparedness, inefficiency or internal squabbles. Problems of equipment, driver responsibility and other similar situations were discarded early in the study. // requested, will you send the footage and/or the still photographs to the United States government for examination, with its assurance that they will be returned to you intact, at its expense? // requested, will you give the United States government permis- sion to make, without cost to you, duplicates of footage or still photo- graphs that our government may need, with the assurance that the duplicates will be used by the government only? If you have shown any of these films or still photographs to any Mail to AMATEUR CINEMA LEAGUE, Inc. Following are several alphabets for you to choose from. The children walk toward the cam- era, reaching the center of the room. One child is kneeling, to look under a heavily upholstered chair. A complete package of four tones and tints sells for $1.50. In the morning, you make a cover trap from a wire bi- cycle package carrier and place about eight quail under the trap. Of course, to make the film complete, we filmed the preparation of an aqua- rium tank, and we shot various other phases of the care of fish, but these shots did not present any unusual prob- lems such as those that we have enu- merated. best of all, in the fog, when the ships seemed to glide into the cove as on a sheet of glass. Then you can actually get below the skier, to show the slant of the [Continued on page 28] ^ke/i&i in ti Med 14 Solving caption problems is an absorbing job THERE couldn't be more fun ! Bt left, completed dolly .n 15 Specifications and ways to build a cine accessory TOM GRIBERG, ACL HEN a shooting script in Hollywood calls for a trucking shot, a ponderous camera crane swings into action. For the sake of appearance, the two ends of the long piece and one end of the short piece can be The remaining end of the short piece, however, must be perfectly square. I o##& Smooth P&ifasunattce GUoobe ^JUa Pned Mon, Built satisfactory * h" Vou *iam&L Well lighted portrait shots introduce the characters in One Quiet Evening, a pho- toplay by C. The group production of civilian defense and first aid auxiliary films is the most important opportunity that we personal movie makers have had since the hobby began. The snowman, with pipe, buttons, straw hair and hat. These questionnaires were then collected, and the answers were tabulated by the se- nior class. v Color or Number Size b | ack and you have wn ; e 1. In choosing a letter form, it is best to follow the pattern laid down by world famous typographers. The other child is attempting to kneel on a chair; he looks in back of a large vase on a book- case. Interesting experiments in combinations of tinting and toning may be made, and the Teitel Laboratory will be pleased to give advice to amateurs and professionals on special effects. They are pen raised and can't fly too far or too fast, for easier spotting and shooting. We might also mention that our only trouble with depth of field came when we used telephotos: with the regular lens, which we used for full shots of the tank, everything was fine. 4 and 5 show the camera set for long shots and closeups respectively, and they also show that, even with the camera very close to the tank, the mask of cardboard prevents any light from hitting the lens. I filmed Seal Cove in the sunshine, at sundown and. Then I began to paste cutouts on some of the cards. At a cost of less than a dollar for material and a few hours' work with simple tools, found in any home workshop, he can supply himself with a tripod dolly which, in addition to making trucking shots a simple matter, will allow him to roll the camera over any smooth, level surface, thereby giving him the flexibility of a hand held camera with the steadiness of a tripod. Insert the three caster sleeves into their respective holes. Slip the casters into their sleeves, and the tripod dolly is ready for use (Fig. If desired, the holes which are to accommodate the [Continued on page 32] ided. With occasional exceptions, the conclusion is reached that the pictures taken are a few notches — if not quite several — above the efforts of ordinary mortals. SPACE Technical Editor ALEXANDER de CANEDO Art Editor is published monthly in New York, N. Subscription rate $3.00 a year postpaid (Canada and Foreign $3.50); to members of the Amateur Cinema League, Inc., $2.00 a year, postpaid; single copies 25c (in U. It is pre- sented herewith in outline form and, below, in a chart. Carelessness in boarding the school bus; failure to watch where one steps. Failure to remain in the line estab- lished and supervised by the patrolmen while they are loading the bus. Failure to observe correct practice in unloading from a bus; pushing; shoving and jumping in descending the bus steps. Failure to obey safety patrolmen and the bus driver in crossing the highway to and from the bus stop. Playing carelessly along the high- way while waiting at the bus stop. After each inter- view was reenacted before the camera. Here, in the outline before them, was the negative approach to their prob- lems. Of this amount, I direct that $2 be applied to a year's subscription to MOVIE MAKERS. Do you want late Hollywood photoplays featuring your friends' favorite stars? You will find additional styles by glancing through numbers of Movie Makers or other national magazines. Train your eye to see the spaces left between each letter and compensate for them. The letters in the word MOVIE, in example A, are ap- proximately equally spaced, while the [Continued on page 173] • I, 2, 3 and 4. Whether your parade ground is Fifth Avenue or Main Street, don't be content with just a few random shots of fine feathers and furbelows. Then you take a bird in each hand and whirl your arms around like a baseball pitcher winding up. We thought that they did not like the light, but we found out. and the rest of the room was fairly dark, the glass sides of the tank acted as mirrors, and the fish thought that they were seeing other fish swimming at them from every direction. There are thousands of gulls on the island, and I filmed the life of the seagull in ultra closeups, from the time the shell is first broken to the period when the adult gull goes fishing. Titling an accumulation of 4000 feet of chronological baby history seemed a tame enough activity for a conva- lescent. First I printed the words on a title and then, following directions, I finished a few captions. But the amateur movie maker need not suffer these limitations. Then screw the hinge to the center of one side of the thirty- inch piece, to form a T (Fig. Next, screw the screen door hook in position, to hold the leg of the T perfectly rigid when the dolly is in use (Fig. The extra screw eye should be placed on the long piece, to serve as a place to which the hook can be attached when the dolly is folded. ASHTON, ACL THERE is something about a movie camera that gives the average man or woman an unexplained superiority complex. We have checked and balanced their reports, aligned them with our own experience of more than fifteen years in the craft and have built up from these data an idealized structural guide for group film production. " On this basis, the class discovered five dan- gerous practices to be of major impor- tance to local students: 1. The film was to show the five dangerous practices, as discovered in five of the interviews that the students had made. Projectors protect your often irreplace- able films from damage is the positive, jerk- free, all-gear drive to feed and take-up spindles. And you'll find just the films you need for arty audience among Filmosound Library's thousands. For special main titles, in which the message is concentrated in a few words, other styles may be used. You will need more room for the round characters, such as 0, C, M or W, as compared with I, T, J or L. VC)\\\U THEg V l hti ESIH5 TEES w Y 155 Simple film plan that is basis for Easter movie THE Easter Parade, like charity, should begin at home. Somebody guesses that there is no scent — so you tie black thread to each bird's foot and lead him around for a nice quiet walk. We were puzzled, too, when certain fish would swim casually about until the lights were put on and then go whirling about the tank without a stop until the lights were turned off. Use it to transform r a n- dom "shots" into smooth - running se- quences. I chartered a boat and discovered that Wood Island lived up to its promise. Try them sometime, especially if you have a slight drop right alongside the edge of the slope. I took a panoramic view of a lake scene, using my homemade stage set. Above, materials construction details for • homemade tripod dolly. One should be exactly thirty inches and the other exactly twenty four and one quarter inches in length. The Post Office will not forward copies unless extra postage is provided by you. Fall foliage and New England architecture are combined in Na- ture Paints the Scen- ery, by Lester Shaal, ACL, of Edgewood, R. The movie maker turns the camera on himself in Making the Grade, a cine novelty by George Mesaros, ACL, of New York City. E-rma Nieder- meyer, ACL, of Mil- waukee, Wise, caught the hunter at early dawn, in this excel- lent frame from Ducks vs. 57 HOW A CLUB PLANS WAR FILMS WHILE amateur movie clubs across the country are eagerly awaiting word from a busy Administration as to how they may aid the war effort, there is one essen- tial job that we can all do now — Get Organized! Father shakes his head, then smiles and yells back: Title. Early in the project, it was decided that a locally familiar safety slogan, "Life's too short to take long chances," would be shortened to make the film title, Life's Too Short. The next step in the work of the class was to determine just what should go into the film. Each student was asked to give his opinion on the most dangerous safety practice observed in connection with school buses. (If space is insufficient, please prepare separate sheet.) , TRANSPARENCIES . A well lettered title does not call attention to itself but, rather, to the message to be read. The older scratches the back of his head and, in Dick Tracy fashion, scans the room. The tints come in colors of red, blue, yellow and orange. [Continued from page 145] the local game warden to fetch you a couple of dozen nice fat breeders from the game farm. We might mention, for the benefit of those who would suggest much more light and thus a smaller lens opening, to increase the depth of field, that we also tried that idea and found that you did get sufficient depth of field but that you got boiled goldfish. At Seal Cove, I obtained scenes of stringing and smoking the herring, and I found myself returning again and again, for just another viewpoint or just another lighting condition.

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Then have him do an opposite swivel and dart downward again. I threw a royal blue beach towel over the back of a chair, so that the edge just touched the floor. CHANGES OF ADDRESS: A request for a change of address must reach us at least by the twelfth of the month preceding the publication of the number of Movie Makers with which it is to take effect. The children, still throwing snowballs, laugh uproarious- ly. The English class developed the sce- nario for the film and assumed respon- sibility for all correspondence and writ- ten reports on production activity. Inasmuch as Oakvale is a rural com- munity, it was a relatively easy matter to decide that the film should concern itself with rural traffic safety problems. All these were problems that they had observed or that had been suggested to them in informal inter- views with classmates, safety patrolmen, school bus drivers, State highway po- lice, county officials in charge of school transportation and others. It is not open to anybody en- gaged in the theatrical production of motion pictures. It is par- ticularly requested that you act promptly. WINTON Managing Director Amateur Cinema League, Inc. Do you want titles that contain a warm, human, individual touch? Keep this rule in mind — your lettering must be simple. These tones color the blacks and grays of the picture, leaving the high lights unaffected. We finally solved the problem in just the opposite way — by getting large fish which were slow moving. Seal Cove is an interesting place, teeming with local color — an ideal place to paint, if you are an artist, and just made to order for the cine fan. Local characters sit on the bridge railing and whittle, probably making comments about movie makers and their crazy antics.

From this viewpoint, get your Telemarks and Christianias; tilt upward to catch the skier as he hurtles downward and then train the camera steadily on the skier, as he swivels his hips one way and shoots toward you. The "3" and the "7" Print the title on a long slip of paper l treated in like manner, and and draw it slowly through the titler, lo! I came to a swimming pool sequence, with shots of water and swimmers. The science class used the traffic safety film as the basis for an intensive study of safety problems, highway traf- fic, transportation and the science of filming. As the next step in constructing the outline for the film, the classes gathered a great variety of safety problems in- volving school bus riders and presented them in the form of a mimeographed questionnaire. It is not open to amateur movie makers resid- ing in the territories and possessions of the United States, nor to American citizens resid- ing in Canada. Volume 17 March, 1942 Number 3 Closeups 98 War needs, editorial 99 Hail, British Columbia! Heffernan, ACL 100 What England films in war Eric F. Holslag, ACL 103 Your editing tools 104 How we made "The Black Rider" Louis Mc Mahon, ACL 106 Practical films Gordon L. Qual- ity is unimportant; subject matter is paramount. (Signature) Illustrations by Visual Facts 153 LETTERING FOR YOUR TITLES VICTOR ANCONA, ACL DO YOU want titles that reflect your personality? It is easy and it re- quires only a few inexpensive tools — a p°n holder, several sizes and styles of lettering pens (you can start with one size and style), a bottle of India ink, drawing paper and you. Yes, titles should be read — easily and without effort. The Model VCC, which is similar but which does not include the plastic reels in its price, sells for $10.00. Its title is Air Raid Warden, and it conveys its instruction in the form of a story told by a typical warden as he performs his varied functions. The Teitel color tones come in a neatly boxed package containing four capsules, which will tone any 8mm. black and white film a blue, brick red, sepia or green. This idea turned out to be a false hope, for we found, after all our trouble, that the small fish were tremendously lively and would not stay in any one place long enough so that we could focus on them. I decided to go to Seal Cove the next day and to shoot the next step.

Take hours — take days- take weeks; or do as I do and have the subject always on your mind. When the ama- teur movie maker's script calls for a similar scene, he must usually resort to Sister's baby carriage or Brother's coaster wagon, to carry his camera. Drill a hole, three quarters of an inch from each end of the long piece and three quarters of an inch from the rounded end of the short piece, to fit the caster sleeves (Fig. Drill these holes on what is to be the bottom of the dolly. Copyright, 1942, by the Amateur Cinema League, Inc. Successor to Amateur Movie Makers, title registered at United States Patent Office. It is one which should not be bungled by unpreparedness, inefficiency or internal squabbles. Problems of equipment, driver responsibility and other similar situations were discarded early in the study. // requested, will you send the footage and/or the still photographs to the United States government for examination, with its assurance that they will be returned to you intact, at its expense? // requested, will you give the United States government permis- sion to make, without cost to you, duplicates of footage or still photo- graphs that our government may need, with the assurance that the duplicates will be used by the government only? If you have shown any of these films or still photographs to any Mail to AMATEUR CINEMA LEAGUE, Inc. Following are several alphabets for you to choose from. The children walk toward the cam- era, reaching the center of the room. One child is kneeling, to look under a heavily upholstered chair. A complete package of four tones and tints sells for $1.50. In the morning, you make a cover trap from a wire bi- cycle package carrier and place about eight quail under the trap. Of course, to make the film complete, we filmed the preparation of an aqua- rium tank, and we shot various other phases of the care of fish, but these shots did not present any unusual prob- lems such as those that we have enu- merated. best of all, in the fog, when the ships seemed to glide into the cove as on a sheet of glass.

.50. In the morning, you make a cover trap from a wire bi- cycle package carrier and place about eight quail under the trap. Of course, to make the film complete, we filmed the preparation of an aqua- rium tank, and we shot various other phases of the care of fish, but these shots did not present any unusual prob- lems such as those that we have enu- merated. best of all, in the fog, when the ships seemed to glide into the cove as on a sheet of glass. Then you can actually get below the skier, to show the slant of the [Continued on page 28] ^ke/i&i in ti Med 14 Solving caption problems is an absorbing job THERE couldn't be more fun ! Bt left, completed dolly .n 15 Specifications and ways to build a cine accessory TOM GRIBERG, ACL HEN a shooting script in Hollywood calls for a trucking shot, a ponderous camera crane swings into action. For the sake of appearance, the two ends of the long piece and one end of the short piece can be The remaining end of the short piece, however, must be perfectly square. I o##& Smooth P&ifasunattce GUoobe ^JUa Pned Mon, Built satisfactory * h" Vou *iam&L Well lighted portrait shots introduce the characters in One Quiet Evening, a pho- toplay by C. The group production of civilian defense and first aid auxiliary films is the most important opportunity that we personal movie makers have had since the hobby began. The snowman, with pipe, buttons, straw hair and hat. These questionnaires were then collected, and the answers were tabulated by the se- nior class. v Color or Number Size b | ack and you have wn ; e 1. In choosing a letter form, it is best to follow the pattern laid down by world famous typographers. The other child is attempting to kneel on a chair; he looks in back of a large vase on a book- case. Interesting experiments in combinations of tinting and toning may be made, and the Teitel Laboratory will be pleased to give advice to amateurs and professionals on special effects. They are pen raised and can't fly too far or too fast, for easier spotting and shooting. We might also mention that our only trouble with depth of field came when we used telephotos: with the regular lens, which we used for full shots of the tank, everything was fine. 4 and 5 show the camera set for long shots and closeups respectively, and they also show that, even with the camera very close to the tank, the mask of cardboard prevents any light from hitting the lens. I filmed Seal Cove in the sunshine, at sundown and. Then I began to paste cutouts on some of the cards. At a cost of less than a dollar for material and a few hours' work with simple tools, found in any home workshop, he can supply himself with a tripod dolly which, in addition to making trucking shots a simple matter, will allow him to roll the camera over any smooth, level surface, thereby giving him the flexibility of a hand held camera with the steadiness of a tripod. Insert the three caster sleeves into their respective holes. Slip the casters into their sleeves, and the tripod dolly is ready for use (Fig. If desired, the holes which are to accommodate the [Continued on page 32] ided. With occasional exceptions, the conclusion is reached that the pictures taken are a few notches — if not quite several — above the efforts of ordinary mortals. SPACE Technical Editor ALEXANDER de CANEDO Art Editor is published monthly in New York, N. Subscription rate .00 a year postpaid (Canada and Foreign .50); to members of the Amateur Cinema League, Inc., .00 a year, postpaid; single copies 25c (in U. It is pre- sented herewith in outline form and, below, in a chart. Carelessness in boarding the school bus; failure to watch where one steps. Failure to remain in the line estab- lished and supervised by the patrolmen while they are loading the bus. Failure to observe correct practice in unloading from a bus; pushing; shoving and jumping in descending the bus steps. Failure to obey safety patrolmen and the bus driver in crossing the highway to and from the bus stop. Playing carelessly along the high- way while waiting at the bus stop. After each inter- view was reenacted before the camera. Here, in the outline before them, was the negative approach to their prob- lems. Of this amount, I direct that be applied to a year's subscription to MOVIE MAKERS. Do you want late Hollywood photoplays featuring your friends' favorite stars? You will find additional styles by glancing through numbers of Movie Makers or other national magazines. Train your eye to see the spaces left between each letter and compensate for them. The letters in the word MOVIE, in example A, are ap- proximately equally spaced, while the [Continued on page 173] • I, 2, 3 and 4. Whether your parade ground is Fifth Avenue or Main Street, don't be content with just a few random shots of fine feathers and furbelows. Then you take a bird in each hand and whirl your arms around like a baseball pitcher winding up. We thought that they did not like the light, but we found out. and the rest of the room was fairly dark, the glass sides of the tank acted as mirrors, and the fish thought that they were seeing other fish swimming at them from every direction. There are thousands of gulls on the island, and I filmed the life of the seagull in ultra closeups, from the time the shell is first broken to the period when the adult gull goes fishing. Titling an accumulation of 4000 feet of chronological baby history seemed a tame enough activity for a conva- lescent. First I printed the words on a title and then, following directions, I finished a few captions. But the amateur movie maker need not suffer these limitations. Then screw the hinge to the center of one side of the thirty- inch piece, to form a T (Fig. Next, screw the screen door hook in position, to hold the leg of the T perfectly rigid when the dolly is in use (Fig. The extra screw eye should be placed on the long piece, to serve as a place to which the hook can be attached when the dolly is folded. ASHTON, ACL THERE is something about a movie camera that gives the average man or woman an unexplained superiority complex. We have checked and balanced their reports, aligned them with our own experience of more than fifteen years in the craft and have built up from these data an idealized structural guide for group film production. " On this basis, the class discovered five dan- gerous practices to be of major impor- tance to local students: 1. The film was to show the five dangerous practices, as discovered in five of the interviews that the students had made. Projectors protect your often irreplace- able films from damage is the positive, jerk- free, all-gear drive to feed and take-up spindles. And you'll find just the films you need for arty audience among Filmosound Library's thousands. For special main titles, in which the message is concentrated in a few words, other styles may be used. You will need more room for the round characters, such as 0, C, M or W, as compared with I, T, J or L. VC)\\U THEg V l hti ESIH5 TEES w Y 155 Simple film plan that is basis for Easter movie THE Easter Parade, like charity, should begin at home. Somebody guesses that there is no scent — so you tie black thread to each bird's foot and lead him around for a nice quiet walk. We were puzzled, too, when certain fish would swim casually about until the lights were put on and then go whirling about the tank without a stop until the lights were turned off. Use it to transform r a n- dom "shots" into smooth - running se- quences. I chartered a boat and discovered that Wood Island lived up to its promise. Try them sometime, especially if you have a slight drop right alongside the edge of the slope. I took a panoramic view of a lake scene, using my homemade stage set. Above, materials construction details for • homemade tripod dolly. One should be exactly thirty inches and the other exactly twenty four and one quarter inches in length. The Post Office will not forward copies unless extra postage is provided by you. Fall foliage and New England architecture are combined in Na- ture Paints the Scen- ery, by Lester Shaal, ACL, of Edgewood, R. The movie maker turns the camera on himself in Making the Grade, a cine novelty by George Mesaros, ACL, of New York City. E-rma Nieder- meyer, ACL, of Mil- waukee, Wise, caught the hunter at early dawn, in this excel- lent frame from Ducks vs. 57 HOW A CLUB PLANS WAR FILMS WHILE amateur movie clubs across the country are eagerly awaiting word from a busy Administration as to how they may aid the war effort, there is one essen- tial job that we can all do now — Get Organized! Father shakes his head, then smiles and yells back: Title. Early in the project, it was decided that a locally familiar safety slogan, "Life's too short to take long chances," would be shortened to make the film title, Life's Too Short. The next step in the work of the class was to determine just what should go into the film. Each student was asked to give his opinion on the most dangerous safety practice observed in connection with school buses. (If space is insufficient, please prepare separate sheet.) , TRANSPARENCIES . A well lettered title does not call attention to itself but, rather, to the message to be read. The older scratches the back of his head and, in Dick Tracy fashion, scans the room. The tints come in colors of red, blue, yellow and orange. [Continued from page 145] the local game warden to fetch you a couple of dozen nice fat breeders from the game farm. We might mention, for the benefit of those who would suggest much more light and thus a smaller lens opening, to increase the depth of field, that we also tried that idea and found that you did get sufficient depth of field but that you got boiled goldfish. At Seal Cove, I obtained scenes of stringing and smoking the herring, and I found myself returning again and again, for just another viewpoint or just another lighting condition.

The Post Office will not forward copies unless extra postage is provided by you. Brown, Advertising Man- ager, who writes — "They are the best on the market . The remainder of the material can be found at the nearest five and ten cent store (Fig. The material list: 3 casters with large rubber wheels (not less than 2 in. H8Tl TU« L MOVIE MAKERS offers An attractive, black fabrikoid, gold lettered binder for your copies of this magazine. DD JUSTICE TD YOUR MOVIES with PROFESSIONAL TITLES JOHN SMITH 3 s u -u Get the same beautifully illustrated 16 mm titles as used by the Motion Picture theatres every- where. However, others seek occasionally to have a cold appraisal made of their filming efforts. Ells, FACL, for his one reel, Kodachrome study, New Hamp- shire on Parade. Ells, a distin- guished internationalist in amateur movies, serves as liaison officer for the Australian society in the United States. The judges were Reginald Perier, of Rob- erts Russell Pty., Ltd., and Tom Price, of Kinelab Pty., Ltd. Lewis Rasmussen, ACL, took second place with Northern Pines. J M One hundred years ago IN 1842, Edward Anthony founded the company that is now Agfa Ansco. Agfa Ansco Binghamton, New York FILMS PAPERS CAMERAS CHEMICALS MADE IN U. Volume 17 February, 1942 Number 2 ACL volunteer registration 51 Free film reviews 52 Register now! 71 Films you'll want to show 72 Closeups 78 How Sacramento works 79 Scrapbook aids filming George Oliver Smith, ACL 84 Save your film spools! We cannot all wield the megaphone or get behind a camera. The script called for a footage of approximately 350 feet in 16mm. Well, 550 feet later — And therein hangs a lot more of the same tale. I wish to become a member of AMATEUR CINEMA LEAGUE, Inc. '42 GET THESE INDISPENSABLE FILMING AIDS AT ONCE FOR Five dollars a year Amateur Cinema League, inc 420 Lexington Ave. After you whirl the birds around about five times, you quickly slip them into heavy tufts of field cover. TONES Blue Brick Red Sepia Green TINTS Red Blue Yellow Orange Neatly packed, four to a box with complete directions

The Post Office will not forward copies unless extra postage is provided by you. Brown, Advertising Man- ager, who writes — "They are the best on the market . The remainder of the material can be found at the nearest five and ten cent store (Fig. The material list: 3 casters with large rubber wheels (not less than 2 in. H8Tl TU« L MOVIE MAKERS offers An attractive, black fabrikoid, gold lettered binder for your copies of this magazine. DD JUSTICE TD YOUR MOVIES with PROFESSIONAL TITLES JOHN SMITH 3 s u -u Get the same beautifully illustrated 16 mm titles as used by the Motion Picture theatres every- where. However, others seek occasionally to have a cold appraisal made of their filming efforts. Ells, FACL, for his one reel, Kodachrome study, New Hamp- shire on Parade. Ells, a distin- guished internationalist in amateur movies, serves as liaison officer for the Australian society in the United States. The judges were Reginald Perier, of Rob- erts Russell Pty., Ltd., and Tom Price, of Kinelab Pty., Ltd. Lewis Rasmussen, ACL, took second place with Northern Pines. J M One hundred years ago IN 1842, Edward Anthony founded the company that is now Agfa Ansco. Agfa Ansco Binghamton, New York FILMS PAPERS CAMERAS CHEMICALS MADE IN U. Volume 17 February, 1942 Number 2 ACL volunteer registration 51 Free film reviews 52 Register now! 71 Films you'll want to show 72 Closeups 78 How Sacramento works 79 Scrapbook aids filming George Oliver Smith, ACL 84 Save your film spools! We cannot all wield the megaphone or get behind a camera. The script called for a footage of approximately 350 feet in 16mm. Well, 550 feet later — And therein hangs a lot more of the same tale. I wish to become a member of AMATEUR CINEMA LEAGUE, Inc. '42 GET THESE INDISPENSABLE FILMING AIDS AT ONCE FOR Five dollars a year Amateur Cinema League, inc 420 Lexington Ave. After you whirl the birds around about five times, you quickly slip them into heavy tufts of field cover. TONES Blue Brick Red Sepia Green TINTS Red Blue Yellow Orange Neatly packed, four to a box with complete directions $1.50 TEITEL LABORATORIES P. We hear the muezzin call- ing from the tower of the mosque. lou can expect almost anything to happen if you try a movie of this type, but it is well worth the effort, and the results, if in Kodachrome. While Finny was produced as an educational film, the subject lends itself to any picture of life about the home, and it does have the advantage of giving the movie maker a small area to light. A picnic trip to the west side of Grand Manan brought us to the high headlands known as Money Cove.

Entered as second class matter, August 3, 1927, at the Post Office at New York, N. Editorial and Publication Office: 420 Lexington Avenue, New York, N. After a two years' experience with ratings, through the sponsorship of a local Film of the Year contest, the Trenton (N. Washington 8's elect New offi- cers for the coming year have been elected and announced by the Washington 8mm. Brown, ACL, president ; Maurice Hejnal, ACL, secretary and treasurer. Mc Connell, ACL, retiring president, was seated on the board of directors. in Salon Members of the Amateur Movie Society of Milwaukee took part this fall in the All Milwaukee Photographic Salon, the first time in the history of this project that amateur motion pic- tures have been represented. presented a full evening's program of prize win- ning color films at the Layton Art Gallery, as its contribution to the pho- tographic gathering. Serving with them on the board of directors are Peter Bezek, A. Diedricksen, Charles Ed- wards and George Kirk, ACL. Farber, jr., ACL 59 Special projection aids Horace M. The Supervisor The first job, and the toughest, is one of responsibility. Or, perhaps, in spite of precautions, somebody managed now and then to spoil a scene in such subtle fashion that it did not show up until the film was screened. Even then, they were not completely satisfied, but the dead line was almost upon them. Because they had lived their work so intensely, because they felt a pride in their accomplishment — even though it still did not measure up to all their hopes — they threw tradition to the dogs and planned their entire grad- uation program around the explanation and first public showing of their film. Now you try the dogs again, with the camera already focused on the "hot spot." Ah! This subject constitutes an authentic and impressive account of the entrance of a novice to a convent and of her spir- itual experiences in successive stages up to the time of becoming a nun. Marine Corps, follows a marine recruit from his induction, through the various stages of training, up to the work of the Marine para- chute troops. Here was something that we knew would be a high light of our trip to New Brunswick. Our National Anthem comes to life with stirring scenes of America in action! Please send Castle Films' "Th 3 Star Span- 1 GLED BANNER" trailer in the size checked. The possibilities of Grand Manan for the movie maker and artist are very great, and I feel that I should like to try again. After filming the Capitol, you might want to shoot samples of both tradi- tional and modern architecture in the city.

Copyright, 1941, by the Amateur Cinema League, Inc. Successor to Amateur Movie Makers, title registered at United States Patent Office. In handling this activity, some clubs have adopted a definite rating chart. Music and sound effects on disc accompanied all the films in their award winning presentations. The judges were Leo Calvin, Clarence Baylor, Gustave Sanftheil and C. For Hartford Where The Americas Meet, the feature length travelog of Puerto Rico, which recently won Honorable Mention for Esther and Morton H. At an earlier gathering, held at the Avery Memorial, members of the cine group joined with the Hartford County Camera Club at an illustrated lecture, Recent Developments in Color Photog- raphy, presented by Herbert H. Chicago Chooses The Chicago Cinema Club, ACL, veteran movie group of the Mid- west, has elected new officers for the coming year as follows: Isidore Vise, president; M. Hagel, vicepresident; Edward Bezazian, treasurer; Barbara Hubbard, secretary. Moore, ACL 57 They learned by doing Godfrey Elliott 58 Snow fun Benjamin F. Hough 63 Twelve cine compositions Charles Cook 64 Amateur clubs James W. This is no picnic, but a serious production project. Maybe ex- posure was not up to standard, or per- haps the screen action did not look as it did on paper. In about two minutes, the quail snap out of their stupor, but they hug their hidden nests, thinking that you don't know where they are. NEW YORK \V & CIVILIAN DEFENSE TRAINING FILM "AIR RAID WARDEN" A calm, carefully made presentation of the warden's role before and during a blackout. A sand- storm in action is a feature of this in- teresting film. sound on film, running time, seventy one minutes, is distributed by Nu-Art Films, Inc., 145 West 45th Street, New York City. Filming New Brunswick's isle [Continued from page 197] us were a mass of leaping, shining fish. Even the Indians of old stayed clear of near by Indian Beach because it was haunted. // hite House at the rim to the Capitol at the hub.

Then the top of the hill will be near the top right corner in your viewer and the bottom will be close to the lower left corner. 19 3 7 jumps upon the snow I gathered all my equipment together — ELAINE CARLSON WESTBY, ACL covered roof of a red barn. Then I lifted the first cutout (cement still wet) and stuck it ahead of the second and rubbed the cement off the card on the spot where the bootee had been. Read the title aloud as you pull it through, and the timing will be just right. They learned by doing [Continued from page 58] with science and English, with assis- tance from other departments of the school. " Maybe this project was going to take a little work. The contest will be open to all amateur movie makers residing in the United States. The remaining film footage may be such as best suits the particular continuity or film idea that the contestant has chosen. Competitors may choose for the subject of their films any scenic, geographical, industrial, or community topic, or any recreation or sport, so long as the subject matter relates to the competitor's own travels within the borders of the one of the four Provinces that he has selected. Entries will be judged upon the basis of good movie technique, film continuity, and in- terest of subject matter. The cinematography of each film must be the work of the contestant who enters that picture, except that titles may be the work of professional or commercial studios. Contestants may enter films of more than one Province, providing that each film meets all the requirements of the contest rules. Entries must be shipped, prepaid and prefer- ably insured, to: National Film Board of Can- ada Contest, care Canadian Trade Commis- sioner, Tribune Tower Building, 435 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Neither the Provinces of Canada nor the National Film Board can undertake to pay the expenses of the prize winner and his companion from the United States to the point of departure nor from the point of departure to the United States on the return trip. WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE BROCHURE TO NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA OTTAWA CANADA 93 MOVIE MAKERS The Magazine of the Amateur Cinema League, Inc. Holslag, ACL 112 Canadian contest opens 113 The clinic Kenneth F. Putnam, ACL 116 The new ACL leader 123 A three family film 125 Films you'll want to show 129 Free film reviews ,,....,.. Report all photographs and transparencies, whatever their size. If you are not a citizen, of what country are you a citizen or subject? You can control the spacing of the lines and of the indi- vidual characters. That may be true; but, with a few simple rules to follow, you will be ready to turn out well lettered, easily read titles that will do justice to your best movie shots. This statement may sound obvious, but few movie makers who letter their own titles seem to bear this in mind. The Model VCW, complete with eighteen plastic reels, sells for $16.75. Air raid film A timely new film, which is said to be the first on this specific subject to be produced in America, has been re- leased by Brandon Films, Inc., 1600 Broadway, New York City. It is stated that the new process has effected a special simplification of toning, since the result is gained through the use of one powder, one solu- tion and one operation. Then came a bright idea — why not get little fish, whose small size would make it less likely that they would be partly out of focus? Splicer (illustrated) makes professional splices in four simple operations — without m3//}c=z^-X^'' wetting film. I came from that experience enthu- siastic about the possibilities of pictur- ing the herring industry.

You have got to get some perspective that shows the slant of the ground, and that calls for a side angle, with the camera close to the ground and level. (I used rubber cement.) Then I ex- posed a few frames and, next, I pasted the cutout of the second bootee in front of the first and took a few more frames. I walked the boot- ees, step by step, across the square and then exposed just a bit more film after the last bootee had van- ished. Another very simple idea is to print the title on a long slip of pa- per and to draw it slowly through the titler, using whatever back- ground you de- sire. Three new catalogs, one each on recreational, edu- cational, and religious films, contain objective re- views which make selec- tion easy and sure. CONTEST RULES- READ CAREFULLY HHBHH BRITISH COLUMBIA QUEBEC NEW BRUNSWICK PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 1. Thus, to compete in this con- test, an amateur movie maker must select one of the four cooperating Canadian Provinces as his principal subject matter and to this Province he must devote two thirds of the foot- age of the finished picture. A., and must be in the offices of that company by P. In all 'Cases, the prize tour starts within each particular Province. Report all footage on any country, if the footage exceeds five feet. You can control the size of the letters; you can make them thick or thin, light or dark. The older of the two begins to ex- plore behind the window draperies. The cases are neatly finished in black or brown Fabri- cord, and the reels themselves are contained in removable, book like com- partments. Teitel's tones and tints The name 01 Albert Teitel has been famil- iar to movie amateurs since the beginning of substandard film. He is now extending his activities in the field and has developed a new set of easily worked tones and tints, to be marketed under his name. The glass limited the movement of the fish, but we found that the fish became so frantic and struggled about so much that it was impossible to film them satisfactorily. Splicer, designed for accu- racy and sturdiness, only $3.95. CRAIG MOVIE SUPPLY CO net out of the water, the blue green water itself, gleaming with pearly fish scales, and the corks that held the net.

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The Post Office will not forward copies unless extra postage is provided by you. Brown, Advertising Man- ager, who writes — "They are the best on the market . The remainder of the material can be found at the nearest five and ten cent store (Fig. The material list: 3 casters with large rubber wheels (not less than 2 in. H8Tl TU« L MOVIE MAKERS offers An attractive, black fabrikoid, gold lettered binder for your copies of this magazine. DD JUSTICE TD YOUR MOVIES with PROFESSIONAL TITLES JOHN SMITH 3 s u -u Get the same beautifully illustrated 16 mm titles as used by the Motion Picture theatres every- where. However, others seek occasionally to have a cold appraisal made of their filming efforts. Ells, FACL, for his one reel, Kodachrome study, New Hamp- shire on Parade. Ells, a distin- guished internationalist in amateur movies, serves as liaison officer for the Australian society in the United States. The judges were Reginald Perier, of Rob- erts Russell Pty., Ltd., and Tom Price, of Kinelab Pty., Ltd. Lewis Rasmussen, ACL, took second place with Northern Pines. J M One hundred years ago IN 1842, Edward Anthony founded the company that is now Agfa Ansco. Agfa Ansco Binghamton, New York FILMS PAPERS CAMERAS CHEMICALS MADE IN U. Volume 17 February, 1942 Number 2 ACL volunteer registration 51 Free film reviews 52 Register now! 71 Films you'll want to show 72 Closeups 78 How Sacramento works 79 Scrapbook aids filming George Oliver Smith, ACL 84 Save your film spools! We cannot all wield the megaphone or get behind a camera. The script called for a footage of approximately 350 feet in 16mm. Well, 550 feet later — And therein hangs a lot more of the same tale. I wish to become a member of AMATEUR CINEMA LEAGUE, Inc. '42 GET THESE INDISPENSABLE FILMING AIDS AT ONCE FOR Five dollars a year Amateur Cinema League, inc 420 Lexington Ave. After you whirl the birds around about five times, you quickly slip them into heavy tufts of field cover. TONES Blue Brick Red Sepia Green TINTS Red Blue Yellow Orange Neatly packed, four to a box with complete directions $1.50 TEITEL LABORATORIES P. We hear the muezzin call- ing from the tower of the mosque. lou can expect almost anything to happen if you try a movie of this type, but it is well worth the effort, and the results, if in Kodachrome. While Finny was produced as an educational film, the subject lends itself to any picture of life about the home, and it does have the advantage of giving the movie maker a small area to light. A picnic trip to the west side of Grand Manan brought us to the high headlands known as Money Cove. Entered as second class matter, August 3, 1927, at the Post Office at New York, N. Editorial and Publication Office: 420 Lexington Avenue, New York, N. After a two years' experience with ratings, through the sponsorship of a local Film of the Year contest, the Trenton (N. Washington 8's elect New offi- cers for the coming year have been elected and announced by the Washington 8mm. Brown, ACL, president ; Maurice Hejnal, ACL, secretary and treasurer. Mc Connell, ACL, retiring president, was seated on the board of directors. in Salon Members of the Amateur Movie Society of Milwaukee took part this fall in the All Milwaukee Photographic Salon, the first time in the history of this project that amateur motion pic- tures have been represented. presented a full evening's program of prize win- ning color films at the Layton Art Gallery, as its contribution to the pho- tographic gathering. Serving with them on the board of directors are Peter Bezek, A. Diedricksen, Charles Ed- wards and George Kirk, ACL. Farber, jr., ACL 59 Special projection aids Horace M. The Supervisor The first job, and the toughest, is one of responsibility. Or, perhaps, in spite of precautions, somebody managed now and then to spoil a scene in such subtle fashion that it did not show up until the film was screened. Even then, they were not completely satisfied, but the dead line was almost upon them. Because they had lived their work so intensely, because they felt a pride in their accomplishment — even though it still did not measure up to all their hopes — they threw tradition to the dogs and planned their entire grad- uation program around the explanation and first public showing of their film. Now you try the dogs again, with the camera already focused on the "hot spot." Ah! This subject constitutes an authentic and impressive account of the entrance of a novice to a convent and of her spir- itual experiences in successive stages up to the time of becoming a nun. Marine Corps, follows a marine recruit from his induction, through the various stages of training, up to the work of the Marine para- chute troops. Here was something that we knew would be a high light of our trip to New Brunswick. Our National Anthem comes to life with stirring scenes of America in action! Please send Castle Films' "Th 3 Star Span- 1 GLED BANNER" trailer in the size checked. The possibilities of Grand Manan for the movie maker and artist are very great, and I feel that I should like to try again. After filming the Capitol, you might want to shoot samples of both tradi- tional and modern architecture in the city. Copyright, 1941, by the Amateur Cinema League, Inc. Successor to Amateur Movie Makers, title registered at United States Patent Office. In handling this activity, some clubs have adopted a definite rating chart. Music and sound effects on disc accompanied all the films in their award winning presentations. The judges were Leo Calvin, Clarence Baylor, Gustave Sanftheil and C. For Hartford Where The Americas Meet, the feature length travelog of Puerto Rico, which recently won Honorable Mention for Esther and Morton H. At an earlier gathering, held at the Avery Memorial, members of the cine group joined with the Hartford County Camera Club at an illustrated lecture, Recent Developments in Color Photog- raphy, presented by Herbert H. Chicago Chooses The Chicago Cinema Club, ACL, veteran movie group of the Mid- west, has elected new officers for the coming year as follows: Isidore Vise, president; M. Hagel, vicepresident; Edward Bezazian, treasurer; Barbara Hubbard, secretary. Moore, ACL 57 They learned by doing Godfrey Elliott 58 Snow fun Benjamin F. Hough 63 Twelve cine compositions Charles Cook 64 Amateur clubs James W. This is no picnic, but a serious production project. Maybe ex- posure was not up to standard, or per- haps the screen action did not look as it did on paper. In about two minutes, the quail snap out of their stupor, but they hug their hidden nests, thinking that you don't know where they are. NEW YORK \V & CIVILIAN DEFENSE TRAINING FILM "AIR RAID WARDEN" A calm, carefully made presentation of the warden's role before and during a blackout. A sand- storm in action is a feature of this in- teresting film. sound on film, running time, seventy one minutes, is distributed by Nu-Art Films, Inc., 145 West 45th Street, New York City. Filming New Brunswick's isle [Continued from page 197] us were a mass of leaping, shining fish. Even the Indians of old stayed clear of near by Indian Beach because it was haunted. // hite House at the rim to the Capitol at the hub. Then the top of the hill will be near the top right corner in your viewer and the bottom will be close to the lower left corner. 19 3 7 jumps upon the snow I gathered all my equipment together — ELAINE CARLSON WESTBY, ACL covered roof of a red barn. Then I lifted the first cutout (cement still wet) and stuck it ahead of the second and rubbed the cement off the card on the spot where the bootee had been. Read the title aloud as you pull it through, and the timing will be just right. They learned by doing [Continued from page 58] with science and English, with assis- tance from other departments of the school. " Maybe this project was going to take a little work. The contest will be open to all amateur movie makers residing in the United States. The remaining film footage may be such as best suits the particular continuity or film idea that the contestant has chosen. Competitors may choose for the subject of their films any scenic, geographical, industrial, or community topic, or any recreation or sport, so long as the subject matter relates to the competitor's own travels within the borders of the one of the four Provinces that he has selected. Entries will be judged upon the basis of good movie technique, film continuity, and in- terest of subject matter. The cinematography of each film must be the work of the contestant who enters that picture, except that titles may be the work of professional or commercial studios. Contestants may enter films of more than one Province, providing that each film meets all the requirements of the contest rules. Entries must be shipped, prepaid and prefer- ably insured, to: National Film Board of Can- ada Contest, care Canadian Trade Commis- sioner, Tribune Tower Building, 435 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Neither the Provinces of Canada nor the National Film Board can undertake to pay the expenses of the prize winner and his companion from the United States to the point of departure nor from the point of departure to the United States on the return trip. WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE BROCHURE TO NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA OTTAWA CANADA 93 MOVIE MAKERS The Magazine of the Amateur Cinema League, Inc. Holslag, ACL 112 Canadian contest opens 113 The clinic Kenneth F. Putnam, ACL 116 The new ACL leader 123 A three family film 125 Films you'll want to show 129 Free film reviews ,,....,.. Report all photographs and transparencies, whatever their size. If you are not a citizen, of what country are you a citizen or subject? You can control the spacing of the lines and of the indi- vidual characters. That may be true; but, with a few simple rules to follow, you will be ready to turn out well lettered, easily read titles that will do justice to your best movie shots. This statement may sound obvious, but few movie makers who letter their own titles seem to bear this in mind. The Model VCW, complete with eighteen plastic reels, sells for $16.75. Air raid film A timely new film, which is said to be the first on this specific subject to be produced in America, has been re- leased by Brandon Films, Inc., 1600 Broadway, New York City. It is stated that the new process has effected a special simplification of toning, since the result is gained through the use of one powder, one solu- tion and one operation. Then came a bright idea — why not get little fish, whose small size would make it less likely that they would be partly out of focus? Splicer (illustrated) makes professional splices in four simple operations — without m3//}c=z^-X^'' wetting film. I came from that experience enthu- siastic about the possibilities of pictur- ing the herring industry. You have got to get some perspective that shows the slant of the ground, and that calls for a side angle, with the camera close to the ground and level. (I used rubber cement.) Then I ex- posed a few frames and, next, I pasted the cutout of the second bootee in front of the first and took a few more frames. I walked the boot- ees, step by step, across the square and then exposed just a bit more film after the last bootee had van- ished. Another very simple idea is to print the title on a long slip of pa- per and to draw it slowly through the titler, using whatever back- ground you de- sire. Three new catalogs, one each on recreational, edu- cational, and religious films, contain objective re- views which make selec- tion easy and sure. CONTEST RULES- READ CAREFULLY HHBHH BRITISH COLUMBIA QUEBEC NEW BRUNSWICK PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 1. Thus, to compete in this con- test, an amateur movie maker must select one of the four cooperating Canadian Provinces as his principal subject matter and to this Province he must devote two thirds of the foot- age of the finished picture. A., and must be in the offices of that company by P. In all 'Cases, the prize tour starts within each particular Province. Report all footage on any country, if the footage exceeds five feet. You can control the size of the letters; you can make them thick or thin, light or dark. The older of the two begins to ex- plore behind the window draperies. The cases are neatly finished in black or brown Fabri- cord, and the reels themselves are contained in removable, book like com- partments. Teitel's tones and tints The name 01 Albert Teitel has been famil- iar to movie amateurs since the beginning of substandard film. He is now extending his activities in the field and has developed a new set of easily worked tones and tints, to be marketed under his name. The glass limited the movement of the fish, but we found that the fish became so frantic and struggled about so much that it was impossible to film them satisfactorily. Splicer, designed for accu- racy and sturdiness, only $3.95. CRAIG MOVIE SUPPLY CO net out of the water, the blue green water itself, gleaming with pearly fish scales, and the corks that held the net.

.50 TEITEL LABORATORIES P. We hear the muezzin call- ing from the tower of the mosque. lou can expect almost anything to happen if you try a movie of this type, but it is well worth the effort, and the results, if in Kodachrome. While Finny was produced as an educational film, the subject lends itself to any picture of life about the home, and it does have the advantage of giving the movie maker a small area to light. A picnic trip to the west side of Grand Manan brought us to the high headlands known as Money Cove.

Entered as second class matter, August 3, 1927, at the Post Office at New York, N. Editorial and Publication Office: 420 Lexington Avenue, New York, N. After a two years' experience with ratings, through the sponsorship of a local Film of the Year contest, the Trenton (N. Washington 8's elect New offi- cers for the coming year have been elected and announced by the Washington 8mm. Brown, ACL, president ; Maurice Hejnal, ACL, secretary and treasurer. Mc Connell, ACL, retiring president, was seated on the board of directors. in Salon Members of the Amateur Movie Society of Milwaukee took part this fall in the All Milwaukee Photographic Salon, the first time in the history of this project that amateur motion pic- tures have been represented. presented a full evening's program of prize win- ning color films at the Layton Art Gallery, as its contribution to the pho- tographic gathering. Serving with them on the board of directors are Peter Bezek, A. Diedricksen, Charles Ed- wards and George Kirk, ACL. Farber, jr., ACL 59 Special projection aids Horace M. The Supervisor The first job, and the toughest, is one of responsibility. Or, perhaps, in spite of precautions, somebody managed now and then to spoil a scene in such subtle fashion that it did not show up until the film was screened. Even then, they were not completely satisfied, but the dead line was almost upon them. Because they had lived their work so intensely, because they felt a pride in their accomplishment — even though it still did not measure up to all their hopes — they threw tradition to the dogs and planned their entire grad- uation program around the explanation and first public showing of their film. Now you try the dogs again, with the camera already focused on the "hot spot." Ah! This subject constitutes an authentic and impressive account of the entrance of a novice to a convent and of her spir- itual experiences in successive stages up to the time of becoming a nun. Marine Corps, follows a marine recruit from his induction, through the various stages of training, up to the work of the Marine para- chute troops. Here was something that we knew would be a high light of our trip to New Brunswick. Our National Anthem comes to life with stirring scenes of America in action! Please send Castle Films' "Th 3 Star Span- 1 GLED BANNER" trailer in the size checked. The possibilities of Grand Manan for the movie maker and artist are very great, and I feel that I should like to try again. After filming the Capitol, you might want to shoot samples of both tradi- tional and modern architecture in the city.

Copyright, 1941, by the Amateur Cinema League, Inc. Successor to Amateur Movie Makers, title registered at United States Patent Office. In handling this activity, some clubs have adopted a definite rating chart. Music and sound effects on disc accompanied all the films in their award winning presentations. The judges were Leo Calvin, Clarence Baylor, Gustave Sanftheil and C. For Hartford Where The Americas Meet, the feature length travelog of Puerto Rico, which recently won Honorable Mention for Esther and Morton H. At an earlier gathering, held at the Avery Memorial, members of the cine group joined with the Hartford County Camera Club at an illustrated lecture, Recent Developments in Color Photog- raphy, presented by Herbert H. Chicago Chooses The Chicago Cinema Club, ACL, veteran movie group of the Mid- west, has elected new officers for the coming year as follows: Isidore Vise, president; M. Hagel, vicepresident; Edward Bezazian, treasurer; Barbara Hubbard, secretary. Moore, ACL 57 They learned by doing Godfrey Elliott 58 Snow fun Benjamin F. Hough 63 Twelve cine compositions Charles Cook 64 Amateur clubs James W. This is no picnic, but a serious production project. Maybe ex- posure was not up to standard, or per- haps the screen action did not look as it did on paper. In about two minutes, the quail snap out of their stupor, but they hug their hidden nests, thinking that you don't know where they are. NEW YORK \V & CIVILIAN DEFENSE TRAINING FILM "AIR RAID WARDEN" A calm, carefully made presentation of the warden's role before and during a blackout. A sand- storm in action is a feature of this in- teresting film. sound on film, running time, seventy one minutes, is distributed by Nu-Art Films, Inc., 145 West 45th Street, New York City. Filming New Brunswick's isle [Continued from page 197] us were a mass of leaping, shining fish. Even the Indians of old stayed clear of near by Indian Beach because it was haunted. // hite House at the rim to the Capitol at the hub.

Then the top of the hill will be near the top right corner in your viewer and the bottom will be close to the lower left corner. 19 3 7 jumps upon the snow I gathered all my equipment together — ELAINE CARLSON WESTBY, ACL covered roof of a red barn. Then I lifted the first cutout (cement still wet) and stuck it ahead of the second and rubbed the cement off the card on the spot where the bootee had been. Read the title aloud as you pull it through, and the timing will be just right. They learned by doing [Continued from page 58] with science and English, with assis- tance from other departments of the school. " Maybe this project was going to take a little work. The contest will be open to all amateur movie makers residing in the United States. The remaining film footage may be such as best suits the particular continuity or film idea that the contestant has chosen. Competitors may choose for the subject of their films any scenic, geographical, industrial, or community topic, or any recreation or sport, so long as the subject matter relates to the competitor's own travels within the borders of the one of the four Provinces that he has selected. Entries will be judged upon the basis of good movie technique, film continuity, and in- terest of subject matter. The cinematography of each film must be the work of the contestant who enters that picture, except that titles may be the work of professional or commercial studios. Contestants may enter films of more than one Province, providing that each film meets all the requirements of the contest rules. Entries must be shipped, prepaid and prefer- ably insured, to: National Film Board of Can- ada Contest, care Canadian Trade Commis- sioner, Tribune Tower Building, 435 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Neither the Provinces of Canada nor the National Film Board can undertake to pay the expenses of the prize winner and his companion from the United States to the point of departure nor from the point of departure to the United States on the return trip. WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE BROCHURE TO NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA OTTAWA CANADA 93 MOVIE MAKERS The Magazine of the Amateur Cinema League, Inc. Holslag, ACL 112 Canadian contest opens 113 The clinic Kenneth F. Putnam, ACL 116 The new ACL leader 123 A three family film 125 Films you'll want to show 129 Free film reviews ,,....,.. Report all photographs and transparencies, whatever their size. If you are not a citizen, of what country are you a citizen or subject? You can control the spacing of the lines and of the indi- vidual characters. That may be true; but, with a few simple rules to follow, you will be ready to turn out well lettered, easily read titles that will do justice to your best movie shots. This statement may sound obvious, but few movie makers who letter their own titles seem to bear this in mind. The Model VCW, complete with eighteen plastic reels, sells for .75. Air raid film A timely new film, which is said to be the first on this specific subject to be produced in America, has been re- leased by Brandon Films, Inc., 1600 Broadway, New York City. It is stated that the new process has effected a special simplification of toning, since the result is gained through the use of one powder, one solu- tion and one operation. Then came a bright idea — why not get little fish, whose small size would make it less likely that they would be partly out of focus? Splicer (illustrated) makes professional splices in four simple operations — without m3//}c=z^-X^'' wetting film. I came from that experience enthu- siastic about the possibilities of pictur- ing the herring industry.

You have got to get some perspective that shows the slant of the ground, and that calls for a side angle, with the camera close to the ground and level. (I used rubber cement.) Then I ex- posed a few frames and, next, I pasted the cutout of the second bootee in front of the first and took a few more frames. I walked the boot- ees, step by step, across the square and then exposed just a bit more film after the last bootee had van- ished. Another very simple idea is to print the title on a long slip of pa- per and to draw it slowly through the titler, using whatever back- ground you de- sire. Three new catalogs, one each on recreational, edu- cational, and religious films, contain objective re- views which make selec- tion easy and sure. CONTEST RULES- READ CAREFULLY HHBHH BRITISH COLUMBIA QUEBEC NEW BRUNSWICK PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 1. Thus, to compete in this con- test, an amateur movie maker must select one of the four cooperating Canadian Provinces as his principal subject matter and to this Province he must devote two thirds of the foot- age of the finished picture. A., and must be in the offices of that company by P. In all 'Cases, the prize tour starts within each particular Province. Report all footage on any country, if the footage exceeds five feet. You can control the size of the letters; you can make them thick or thin, light or dark. The older of the two begins to ex- plore behind the window draperies. The cases are neatly finished in black or brown Fabri- cord, and the reels themselves are contained in removable, book like com- partments. Teitel's tones and tints The name 01 Albert Teitel has been famil- iar to movie amateurs since the beginning of substandard film. He is now extending his activities in the field and has developed a new set of easily worked tones and tints, to be marketed under his name. The glass limited the movement of the fish, but we found that the fish became so frantic and struggled about so much that it was impossible to film them satisfactorily. Splicer, designed for accu- racy and sturdiness, only .95. CRAIG MOVIE SUPPLY CO net out of the water, the blue green water itself, gleaming with pearly fish scales, and the corks that held the net.

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