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Shooting A Film For The Fair
Ray Fernstrom

Brussels Worlds Fair visitors will see America in Startling perspective through a unique motion picture filmed with Walt Disneys eleven-lensed Circarama camera.

WHEN PEOPLE FROM all over the WwW globe visit The Brussels Worlds Fair, which opens in Belgium in April, they will find surprises awaiting them never seen before. Never before have nations gone all out to sell their respective countries and way of life at a Worlds Fair, as all are doing in this great International event.

The United States big attraction will be a presentation of the U.S.A, in motion pictures in a unique theatre built especially for the purpose adjacent to the U.S, Pavilion. The show will be continuous both visually and programwise. Already photographed in the Circarama method of photography, the film presentation is now being put through a final editing preparatory for its premier in April. In addition to its all-embracing pictorial coverage of America, perhaps the thing that will be remembered most by visitors is that the screen on which it will be projected will be a complete circle. The scene unfolding before them will be a great continuous panorama and they will stand in the center, viewing the vast motion picture as they turn and walk about the theatre.





Source type Magazine
Volume 39.2
Language en
Document type Feature
Media type text
Page count 5
Pages pp. 92-93,114-116


Id 6213
Availability Free
Inserted 2021-07-23