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Title: ST. KILDA
Reference number: 1896
Sponsor: National Trust for Scotland
Production company: Film Unit, Edinburgh University
Running time: 22.23 mins
A depiction of St. Kilda after it's evacuation, showing the remains of the village buildings, the naval encampment and the animal and bird life on the island.
See also ref 0911
A Property of the National Trust for Scotland
ph. Chris Mylne
ed. W J MacLean
technical facilities by the Animal Genetics Department Film Unit, Edinburgh University
Shotlist: Credits (0.20); Shots of field mouse (?) in grass (0.44); Map of Western Seaboard of Scotland (0.52); Approach by sea, shots of islands ahead. View of stacs and seabirds wheeling around cliffs (2.35); Remains of village buildings (3.34); Film of remaining ruins, close-ups of doorways, etc. Shots of schoolhouse and pier (3.55); Sheep pens and long shot of village. Cemetery (4.28); Map (4.50); Small boat ferries passengers ashore. Shots as it approaches and docks at pier (5.36); General views of village and naval encampment, mission huts, etc. Several shots of camp and naval activities (6.13); Landing craft on beach. Vehicles on newly-built, unsurfaced road (7.18); High shot of schoolhouse. General views of ruins, cleets, sheep pens (11.59); Various shots of camp and seagulls flocking to pier for scraps thrown into water (12.48); Mouse in grass (13.01); Canvas camp with ruins of Main Street alongside (13.49); Shots of camp turned to mud. Construction site (14.45); General views of landscape, coastal scenery, cliffs, puffins, and other birds (17.27); Seal in water, rocks at foot of cliffs (18.49); Clifftops, birds (21.25); High shots of coastal scenery with long shot down to camp, bay and village (22.20); The End (22.23)
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