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Places:

  • Lanarkshire

Subjects:

  • Employment, industry and industrial relations
  • Food and drink
  • Leisure and recreation
  • Ships and shipping
  • Tourism and travel
  • Transport

Genres:

  • Documentary
  • Sponsored
  • Promotional

People/organisations:

  • Films of Scotland Committee
  • IFA Scotland

Decade:

  • 1970s

Title: WHY SCOTLAND, WHY EAST KILBRIDE

Reference number: 0955

Date: 1972

Director: d. Edward McConnell

Sponsor: Films of Scotland & East Kilbride Development Corporation

Production company: IFA (Scotland) Limited

Sound: sound

Colour: col

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 24.14 mins

Description: Dramatised account of a tour by two businessmen (one English, the other American) of the New Town of East Kilbride.

Credits: ph. Edward McConnell
camera operator David Lewis
sd. Cyril Sinclair
unit man. Karin Spalter
cont. Lee MacKenzie
p. Laurence Henson
"John Browns Body" arranged and sung by Ray Ellington
additional music Iain McHaffie

Shotlist: aerial views of ports of West Central Scotland (58.10) shot of plane landing at Glasgow airport (2.03) titles (2.23) panning shot from town centre to Dollan baths (2.45) shot of Civic Centre (4.03) gvs East Kilbride town centre and housing (6.46) shots inside various East Kilbride factories (11.35) panning shot of White Moss area (11.45) int. shots of Dollan baths (12.42) shots of Torrance Golf Course (13.45) shots interior of National Engineering Laboratory (19.01) of East Kilbride Town Centre at night and cabaret featuring Ray Ellington; interact with shots of various recreation activities: dancing, judo and keep fit (21.58) shot of plane departing from Glasgow Airport (23.24) ecs (24.14)

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