HEIL OESTERREICH

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Subjects:

  • Arts and crafts
  • Politics
  • Tourism and travel
  • War

Genres:

  • Amateur
  • Travelogue
  • Women film makers

People/organisations:

  • Scottish Amateur Film Festival (SAFF)
  • Glasgow School of Art Kinecraft Society (GSAKS)

Decade:

  • 1930s

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Title: HEIL OESTERREICH

Reference number: 2105

Date: 1936

Director: filmed by Violet Anderson

Sound: silent

Original format: 16mm

Colour: bw

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 26 mins, c

Description: Film shot in Austria, includes scenes of local festivals and Goebbels' presence in the country.



Entered in the Scottish Amateur Film Festival 1938. Film made in Austria with a borrowed camera 1936. Part of film collection deposited by Violet Neish (nee Anderson), contemporary of Norman McLaren at Glasgow School of Art, and one of the group of students who made SEVEN TILL FIVE and CAMERA MAKES WHOOPEE. See notes taken from the conversation with Mrs. Neish about her film-making.

Credits: assisted by John Neish

Shotlist: Reel 1
[neg. rushes] Austrian Chancellor Schusnigg dedicating an organ [in the Tyrol]. (c. 150ft)

Reel 2
[neg. rushes] includes spinning (?), edelweiss captions. (c. 360ft)

Reel 3
[pos.] possibly completed film. Scenes in Tyrol, including the procession from all the valleys. (250ft)

Reel 4
[pos. rushes] some edited sequence, possibly to be inserted in Reel 3. (200ft.)

[Also trims in ref. 2108]