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  • Arts and crafts
  • Education


  • Amateur


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


  • 1930s

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Reference number: 1100

Date: 1934

Director: filmed by W.N. McLaren and W.J. McLean

Production company: [ Glasgow School of Art Kinecraft Society, GSAKS]

Sound: silent

Original format: 16mm

Colour: bw

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 9.42 mins

Description: Filmed by Norman McLaren and Willie J. MacLean, it shows a day in the life of the Glasgow School of Art.

One of a number of films made by members of the Glasgow School of Art Kinecraft Society (GSAKS).

See article by Norman McLaren in Photographic Journal, February 1937. Reprinted in FIAF Journal no. 53, November 1996.

Awarded Scottish Amateur Film Festival prize.

See also ref. 3352.

Credits: everything else S. McAllister
GSAKS Presents SEVEN TILL FIVE A Pattern of the Day's Doings. Glasgow School of Art.

Shotlist: credits. An impression of the daily events at the Art School. The building is heated and cleaned, students and staff arrive and the mail is collected. Classes begin and library books are studied. The morning break. Classes continue. Lunchtime. The afternoon's work, cleaning up at the end of the day, lights go out and everyone goes home (9.42)