Family Pictures

Movie • 1931  

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A three-reel collection of 16 mm home movies shot mostly in 1929, with a short section from January 1931, photographed and edited by inventor and entrepreneur Clarence Birdseye. Largely composed of 'actualities' of his family, Birdseye's formerly private films nonetheless demonstrate enterprising use of experimental photographic techniques, including double exposure and slow motion; as well as playful, hand-drawn/written title cards.
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