An audio visual officer and a librarian help two local men for an event organization in Japan.
Japan Date:1951 Duration:6 min 59 sec Sound:Yes
A documentary film about public film production and use in Japan. Two Japanese people greet each other. Two men enter a library. A librarian asks them to take a seat. The men discuss. The librarian points to records on selves. He points a stick at the records. The librarian shows cards to the two men. The librarian writes the names of the records on a paper. The librarian along with the two men go to an audio visual officer. The officer talks to the two men and instructs them on how to run their motion picture event. Animation movie depicts seven steps to make a meeting successful. The officer shows them a guide. He points to a map on a wall. Men put a projector screen on a stand. A man plays a film. Men try to place the film projector in the correct position. People laugh at the confusion as the crew running the film is unprepared. The men try to focus picture on the screen. The officer tells about the failure of the meeting. A man introduces the film to people. People sit and watch the film. The men thank him for suggestions.
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