Glasgow's progress.

Lebas, Elizabeth (2007) Glasgow's progress. Film Studies: An International Review, 10 . pp. 33-52. ISSN 1469-0314

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Abstract

This article examines the significance of the 1938 Empire Exhibition in defining relations between Glasgow Corporation's film sponsorship activities, the early Scottish documentary film movement and Glasgow's position in Scottish identity after the Second World War. The research for this article, and for its pair, Sadness and Gladness, led to the exhibition Sadness and Gladness and its related events.

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Research Areas:Art & Design > Art & Design
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