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The New Conference Centre

Series

Series Name
British Movietone News

Issue

Issue No.
2489
Date Released
13 Feb 1977
Stories in this Issue:
  1. 1The New Conference Centre
  2. 2The Isotope Tomoscanner
  3. 3Elephant Translocation

Story

Story No. within this Issue
1 / 3
Summary
MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Wembley Conference Centre Opening. DESCRIPTION: Alongside the famous Wembley Stadium, a new and impressive conference centre has been erected. HRH the Duke of Kent formaly opened the centre and then made a tour of the facilities it has available. SHOTLIST: GV exterior Centre and Wembley Stadium from above. GV exterior Centre from ground level. MV ditto. MLS people inside Centre. MV people walking along corridor. CU interior Exhibition Hall with tables laid for lunch. Duke of Kent with others in background. MS Duke of Kent. MS television screen showing ‘Wembley Conference Centre, London’. MS Duke of Kent looking at broadcasting equipment. MS sign ‘Youth Charter’. GV pan interior of auditorium with school dance band playing. MV band. MS girls in band. CU audience. LS Duke of Kent making speech. MV audience clapping. LS Duke of Kent speech. MV buffet bar. GV people eating in hall. MV ditto. MS ditto. MS bar. GV people eating in hall. GV from Conference Centre to Empire Stadium. LS Conference Centre.
Keywords
Buildings and structures; Ceremonies
Locations
London; England; Wembley; Middlesex
Card file number
77/18
Credits:
Commentator
Leonard Martin
Camera
Norman Fisher
Length of story (in feet)
129
Story extras:

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