bMS 16065

Unitarian Universalist Service Committee. Public Affairs Audio-Visual Records—Film Reels

Titles are arranged alphabetically. Each reel is contained in one box.

Box Number Title
1 "22" (Reel 1)
2 "34" (Reel 2) - Poetry
3 Beyond the Call of Duty
4 Beyond the Call of Duty
5 Cambodia: The Two Hundred Hopes
6 Cambodia: The Two Hundred Hopes
7 Children of the Pyrenees (St. Goin's Film) (this box has the original reel of film. DVDs and master copy located in box 91)
8 Christmas Carols
9 City Decides
10 Clearing the Jungle: Binder - Schweitzer
11 Concert, 12/31/75 (Reel 2 of 6)
12 Concert, 12/31/75 (Reel 4 of 6) (also labeled Rollo May)
13 Concert, 12/31/75 (Reel 5 of 6)
14 Concert, 12/31/75 (Reel 6 of 6)
15 Creole Film? Family Planning
16 Faith for Today - Faith in Action
17 The First Twenty Years
18 The First Twenty Years
19 The First Twenty Years (Stuart Roe)
20 The First Twenty Years (Stuart Roe) (Action Roll A)
21 The First Twenty Years (Stuart Roe) (Action Roll B)
22 Gallup, New Mexico - Navajo Project, 1954
23 The Green House on the Arroyo
24 The Green House on the Arroyo
25 The Green House on the Arroyo
26 A House Grows in Bremen
27 A House Grows in Bremen
28 Hungarian-Polish Film on Refugee Children, 1946. B&W w/sound; Time: 6:30. This film was reformatted, and this box contains DVDs, a Betacam master, and a film-to-film copy. The original reel is nitrate film, and it was donated to the Library of Congress. The film came with a promotional brochure, which is partially quoted here: "August 15, 1946. One hundred thousand Hungarian children are wandering around, motherless and fatherless, not having any idea of where to go. They possess only the ragged clothing that is on their backs, and shoes made from rags and cardboard. . . . Some children have been taken into governmental home. . . . What is to be done with the remaining thousands, the less fortunate ones who have been turned away from these homes, only God knows. But if only we, who are fit, could help those disabled, what a peaceful and wonderful world this would be."
29 Justice Delayed, Justice Denied
30 Light Out of Darkness -Blindness -India
31 Light Out of Darkness -Blindness -India
32 Light Out of Darkness -Blindness -India
33 Light Out of Darkness -Blindness -India ("A" roll)
34 Light Out of Darkness -Blindness -India ("B" roll)
35 Jack Mendelsohn, 1963
36 Neighborhood House in Bremen
37 Nobody Ever Died of Old Age, Part 1
38 Nobody Ever Died of Old Age, Part 2
39 The Only War We Seek
40 Our Believing World
41 Our Believing World
42 Our Believing World
43 Outside/Inside the UUSC (Print #2)
44 Pulaski (Reel 1)
45 Pulaski (Reel 2)
46 Pulaski (Reel 3)
47 Report on Refugees
48 Saint Goin, 1949-1950 UNESCO March of Time (this is the original film reel. DVDs and master copy located in box 92)
49 Saint Goin, 1949-1950 (silent film)
50 there is no box 50
51 Seeds of Destiny
52 SL-1
53 SL-2
54 Spain in Exile, 1946 (this is the original film reel. DVDs and master copy located in box 94)
55 "Strangers at Our Door"
56 Stream of Light: Beyond Sunday Morning (segment)
57 This Is Our Country - Vietnam
58 Three Thousand Years and Life
59 The Two Hundred Hopes
60 -untitled-
61 -untitled-
62 -untitled-
63 -untitled-
64 -untitled-

65

Peege - a film written and directed by Randall Kleiser. A study guide for this film, as well as reformatted versions of this film in VHS, Beta SP, and CD format are in box 90. This film is commercially available and copyrighted; therefore, this repository will not make copies of it for distribution.

66-73 A Village Is Waiting
74 Women in Prison
75 Women in Prison, 12/11/75 (Reel 1)
76 Women in Prison, 10/6/76 —Ann Grogan - producer
77 Women in Prison, 9/24/76 —Ann Grogan (Master - side 1)
78 Women in Prison, 9/24/76 —Ann Grogan (Master - side 2)
79 Women in Prison, 7/31/76 —Ann Grogan (Mix Reel #1)
80 Women in Prison, 7/31/76 —Ann Grogan (Mix Reel #2)
81 Women in Prison, 10/6/76 —Ann Grogan - producer (Mix Reel #3 - Pat Parker, Diane Ramsey)
82 Women in Prison Rap Session (Reel 1 of 2) (Reel labeled Afghan Music - reel 2)
83 Women in Prison Rap Session (Reel 2 of 2)
84 Women in Prison Rap Session, 12/12/75 (Reel 1)
85 Women in Prison Rap Session, 12/12/75 (Reel 2)
86 World Within Our Reach
87 World Within Our Reach
88 World Within Our Reach (Reel #5)
89 World Within Our Reach (Reel #7) (Pablo un Nino de Mexico)
90 Peege - Beta SP, VHS, and CD (see box 65)

91

Children of the Pyrenees, (St. Goin's Film) 21:50 minutes. Original film reel is in box 7. This box has a master copy and DVDs. A presentation by the UUSC, c. 1963. This film has a soundtrack. Robert Beatty, narrator. Movie depicts children in a variety of settings at the "Maison d'Enfants" in St. Goin, France. (A circulating copy of this film is available through Andover-Harvard Theological Library).

92

"Camp de St. Goin, 1949-1950" 10:12 minutes. Master copy and DVDs. This is a silent film. Depicts children in the Maison d'Enfants in St. Goin.

93

Unitarian Relief Committee Helps Hungary, master copy and DVDs

94

"Spain in Exile." 18:50 minutes. Master copy and DVDs. Original film reel is in box 54. This film was produced by the Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee in collaboration with Les Actualités Françaises and the Unitarian Service Committee. It was made in 1946, and it was written and produced by Paul Falkenberg, and directed by G. Zuniga. The narrator is Quentin Reynolds. This film (which has a soundtrack) recounts the experience of the Spanish people who fled the war in Spain and entered France from about 1938 on. It demonstrates how the Unitarian Service Committee worked with the Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee to assist Spanish refugees by providing them with shelter, work, employment, etc. It also shows the Hospital Varsovia, which had 60 critically ill patients. The film shows the work of the hospital, the patients and doctors there, etc. One purpose of the film seems to be to demonstrate the hospital's need of funds. The artist Pablo Picasso appears briefly in this film, as does USC staff worker Herta Tempi, and doctors Voski and Jose Giral. (A circulating copy of this film is available through Andover-Harvard Theological Library. This box also includes a copy of this film with French subtitles, supplied by Alvar Martinez Vidal.)

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