PAKISTANI PEOPLE IN SCOTLAND

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Subjects:

  • Education
  • Religion

Decade:

  • 1960s

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Title: PAKISTANI PEOPLE IN SCOTLAND

Reference number: 3217

Date: 1960s

Director: [ph. Mario Ford]

Sound: mute

Original format: 16mm

Colour: bw

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 7.29 mins

Description: Pakistani schoolchildren learning to read and write in Urdu and people going to a mosque in Glasgow.

Shotlist: shots in classroom of Pakistani schoolchildren learning to read and write in Urdu in age groups; various c/us of girls or boys writing in jotters and on the blackboard, occasional c/u's children receiving individual instruction (3.54) shots older class learning under another teacher in same room; shots children reading from textbook (4.40) another class sit before a blackboard, English words written above some of the words in the example in capitals, children answering teacher's questions (5.03) c/u sign "Muslim Mosque"; shots of people going to mosque; boy accepting wrapped mango from a greengrocer; man unwrapping and examining a number of fruits as greengrocer holds box; child looking at display in grocer's window (6.16) shots of children, then men being greeted and entering mosque; one man wears a Glasgow Corporation Transport Underground uniform; more people enter including teachers and children; brief exts. tenement building mosque with painted name: "Jamiat Ittihad-ul-Muslimin. The Muslim Mission" [last shot very foggy] (7.29)