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  • COCOZZA, Enrico


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Reference number: 1165

Date: 1949

Director: filmed by Enrico Cocozza

Production company: Supramont Pictures

Sound: silent

Original format: 16mm

Colour: bwcol

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 18.55 mins

Description: The arrival, and outings of members of the BFI course being held at Neuadd Reichel, at the time the male student halls of Bangor University. Participants include a number of faces familiar from the film Cocozza made that year at the Summer School, "Ferry Flirt".

See also Ref. 1116

Shotlist: Credits. [B/W] General shots of large halls, Neuadd Reichel and grounds in Bangor; c/u pamphlet "A First Course in Film Appreciation by Ceinwen Jones and F E Pardoe"; men and women seated outside house; views from the house. (1.36) delegates arriving to be met by Ernest Lindgren, first Curator of the British Film Institute and Norah Traylen, BFI Stills Officer (delegates include the female lead of "Ferry Flirt"); chatting in the grounds; brief shot gardener; female co-ordinator selling books (6.16) BFI group get on buses and leave the halls (6.41); [Col.] gvs Bangor and surrounding countryside; Swallow Falls; brief shot of Cocozza and friends; the group stop for a picnic; (12.12); [B/W] gvs ints. and exts. Conwy Castle and suspension bridge, small boats on river; gvs BFI group chatting outside Neuadd Reichel; Traylen and Leslie Hardcastle of BFI packing up film boxes and loading into a car - The End (18.55)