29 SECONDS TO ZERO

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Subjects:

  • Arts and crafts
  • War

Genres:

  • Animation
  • Historical

Decade:

  • 1970s

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Title: 29 SECONDS TO ZERO

Reference number: 2700

Date: 1978

Director: filmed by Ian Rintoul

Sound: sound

Original format: 16mm

Colour: col

Fiction: fiction

Running time: 9.29 mins

Description: Film depicting the dramatic reconstruction of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour.

It was made entirely with home-built models and special effects, and won the 1979 'Ten Best' award from 'Movie Maker' magazine. The film was shown in its entirety on BBC 2 in 1980.

Credits: p. Santina Films
p. & d. Ian Rintoul
sd. rec. John Welford
p.a. Steven Begg
set construction John Barron
add. ph. Ron Miller, Fred McLeod
stills Alan Scott
make-up Rex Walker
Japanese sequences Toshiko Urabe, Jeff Ho-A-Yan, Yumi Watanabi, Kenzo Nakata, Hideaki Urabe, Takaaki Hashida
American sequences Bob Stevens, Bill Brunton, Don Aikman, Alan Robertson, George Lawrie, Harry Devine, Tom McGlue, Jim Beardon, Robbie Irvine, Robert Irvine, Robert Turner, David Farries, Michael Rintoul, Dennis Devlin, Alan Rintoul, Kenneth Robertson, Robert Stephen, Alex Johnson, David McWilliam, Alan Sowersby, David Alison, Neil Weir, Graham Weir, Norma Miller, Alan Miller

Shotlist: A dramatic reconstruction of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour.