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CAPE TO CAIRO (1929)

INTEREST. A trip via rail, car and ferry from Cape Town to Cairo, showing the imperial and economic aspirations of ...

 

CAPTIVE RIVER (1960)

Deals with the building of the Kariba Dam, its effect on the people and animals of the Zambezi Valley, and ...

 

CAPTURE OF BOER BATTERY BY BRITISH (1900)

DOCUMENTARY. "Fake newsfilm" of a Boer war skirmish.

A number of Boer volunteers direct rifle fire and cannon fire at the ...

 

CAROL MARSH AFRICAN FILMS NO. 1 (1940) enhanced entry

1) Native troops (in Northern Nigeria?) parading at small barracks or guardpost; 2) Africans along a road; 3) river with ...

 

CAROL MARSH AFRICAN FILMS NO. 10 (1940)

1947: 1) Dead person (possibly male), surrounded by family members; 2) Northern Nigerian scenes in modern area; 3) various shots ...

 

CAROL MARSH AFRICAN FILMS NO. 11 (1945)

Central or Northern Nigeria: Jos Plateau; children in village and guinea corn; baby bathed on gourds; pounding maize; giving baby ...

 

CAROL MARSH AFRICAN FILMS NO. 3 (1945)

North-east Nigeria or Cameroons: 1) Big game on the veldt; 2) two people riding; 3) Africans killing dogs, slitting their ...

 

CAROL MARSH AFRICAN FILMS NO. 5 (1940)

1945: 1) Maize, guinea corn (sorghum) growing; 2) native gathering with dancing; (young men being beaten - Sharo Festival); 3) ...

 

CAROL MARSH AFRICAN FILMS NO. 8 (1946)

North-east Nigeria: 1) African village; 2) girl pounding grain; 3) making scar decorations on a boys back; the operation is ...

 

CARRY ON UP THE JUNGLE (1970)

Comedy set in 1900 in Africa, an ornithologist gives a lantern lecture to the Royal Society, describing his African expedition ...

CASTLES AND FISHER FOLK

CASTLES AND FISHER FOLK (1933)has video enhanced entry

Against the backdrop of the castles of the Gold Coast, the film shows the life of the local inhabitants.

The commentator ...

 

CATTLE FARMING IN EAST AFRICA (1949)

The rising standard of health of the native communities of East Africa brought about by improved methods of cattle farming.

The ...

 

CEDAR MOUNTAIN (1958)

Depicting life on a cedar plantation in Central Africa, showing the nursery, pine tree plantation, pest control, trout fishing and ...

 

CENTRAL AFRICA UNDER DISCUSSION TNR 92/52 (1952)

Survey on resources of Northern and Southern Rhodesia, natural and human. Scenes in Lusaka and Salisbury. Southern Rhodesian delegation arrives ...

 

CHALLENGE IN NIGERIA (1948)

DOCUMENTARY. Shows some problems to be faced before Nigeria can hope to become an independent nation within the Commonwealth.

RL.1 Different ...

 

CHALLENGE OF PROGRESS (1954)

Progress in the territory, showing schools, universities, buildings, education and political development.

 

CHALLENGE TO THE COMMONWEALTH (1966)

The emergency meeting of Commonwealth Prime Ministers, held in Lagos, Nigeria at the invitation of the Prime Ministers, held in ...

 

CHARGE OF BOER CAVALRY (1900)

RECONSTRUCTION. A number of cavalrymen dressed as Boers ride towards and past the camera brandishing their swords. A solitary rider ...

 

CHASSE À L'AIGRETTE EN AFRIQUE (1911)

INTEREST. The shooting of egrets in Africa for their feathers.

Main title (1). A European, in tropical attire, and two African ...

 

CHASSE A L'HIPPOPOTAME EN HAUTE-GAMBIE (1911)

INTEREST. Hippopotamus hunting in Upper Gambia.

Main title. A European hunter with native guides moves through the undergrowth. Two hippos are ...

 

CHASSE AU MARABOUT EN ABYSSINIE (1911)

INTEREST. Killing marabout for feathers.

Two white men, carrying guns, and natives preparing a hide with leaves and branches. The two ...

 

CHASSEURS D'IVOIRE (1912)

INTEREST. Hunting elephants for ivory.

No main title. A camp in Central Africa; an African reports to two European men. The ...

 

CHIEFS OF THE EASTERN REGION AT ENUGU, (1959)

ACTUALITY. Local chieftains at an official function in Nigeria.

 

CHILDREN OF OTHER LANDS (1940)

Designed to illustrate the importance of child welfare in missionary work. Children in Palestine, India, Africa, China and Japan, and ...

 

CHILDREN OF THE EMPIRE (1932)

From the port of London to Africa, India, Malaya, British New Guinea, Australia, New Zealand and Canada and back again ...

 

CHILLOUKS - TRIBU DE L'AFRIQUE CENTRALE (1910)

INTEREST. Travelogue.

Main title. A native family is seen emerging one after another from a mud hut that has a thatched ...

 

CHISOKO THE AFRICAN (1949) enhanced entry

The story of an African boy born in a village in Northern Rhodesia that is revolutionised by the growth of ...

 

CHOGORIA (1931)

AMATEUR. Scenes at the Presbyterian Church of East Africa missionary centre in Chogoria, Kenya.

No main title. "The old women find ...

 

CHOGORIA MISSIONARY CENTRE (1933)

AMATEUR. Scenes at the Presbyterian Church of East Africa missionary centre in Chogoria, Kenya.

No main title. Hand drawn map of ...

 

CHRISTIANITY AND COPPER (1956) enhanced entry

Film on the Copper Belt region of Northern Rhodesia (Zambia), specifically the interaction of Christianity and commerce in this region ...

 

CINEMAGAZINE NO.11 (1948)

1. Coastal Trader: Indian seamen in their primitive vessels. 2. Doggett's Coat and Badge: the annual race in London for ...

 

CIVILISATION OF AFRICA (1931)

Shows the achievements, aspirations. racial attitudes of colonial railway builders. Traces the journey from the Cape to Cairo by train, ...

 

COAST OF SKELETONS (1964)

A former district officer is assigned to work on a team of diamond prospectors, who are busy double crossing each ...

 

COCOA FROM NIGERIA (1949)

The work of a cocoa farm in southern Nigeria. On a cocoa farm in southern Nigeria, ripened pods are cut ...

 

COCOA FROM THE GOLD COAST (1936) enhanced entry

The production of cocoa beans in the Gold Coast and their shipment to England.

After an opening title explaining that 'most ...

 

COCOA HARVEST (1948)

The method of harvesting cocoa in the Cold Coast. The cultural background of the people and cutting of the cocoa ...

 

COFFEE (1959)

The history of coffee-growing and a detailed description of the coffee industry in East Africa.

First shown in Nairobi in March ...

 

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE 20 (1948)

An athletics meeting, concentrating on the Nigerian athletes, at Hotspur Park for the annual Challenge Cup and a reception of ...

 

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE NO.10 (1947)

Inter-colonial sports. Nigeria v Gold Coast at Lagos 1947.

'Inter-Colonial Sports Nigeria v Gold Coast, Lagos 1947'. The police ground Ikoyi, ...

 

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE NO.14 (1947)

Agriculture in a Nigerian African school. Wales. Colonial students meet young farmers at Lampeter. London. Malayan students at a Colonial ...

 

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE NO.15 (1947)

At Loughborough College colonials study co-operative methods.

 

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE NO.23 (1948)

Nigeria: Palm oil mill. A modern method of palm oil extraction. Gold Coast: Houses to last. A quick and inexpensive ...

 

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE NO.27 (1949)

Gold Coast. A new fish-canning industry which has been started at Osu.London. African students visit the Fire Brigade H.Q. and ...

 

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE NO.28 (1949)

'Nigeria - Akeredolu the Woodcarver' Mr Akeredolu carving human figures using thorn tree wood. Small heads and models. Larger heads ...

 

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE NO.3 (1945)

Cinemagazine for African distribution. This issue contains items on portraits of colonials in London, the rehabilitation of African soldiers in ...

 

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE NO.8 (1947)

Cinemagazine for African distribution. This issue contains items on road building in Kenya and on animals from Kenya at London ...

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE NO.9

COLONIAL CINEMAGAZINE NO.9 (1947)has video enhanced entry

'London: This magazine is devoted to the activities of the Gold Coast Band during their visit to the U.K. The ...