Original title: Motion. Filmed in: 65mm, 5 perforations, 24 frames per second. Principal cinematography filmed in: MCS-70 Superpanorama. Presentation format: 70mm and 6-track magnetic stereo (in English and French language). Aspect ratio: 2,21:1. Country of origin: Canada. Year of production: 1967. Released by: Canadian National Railways. World premiere (Release date): EXPO 67, Montreal, Canada. Premiere cinema, EXPO or Fair: Canadian National Railways Pavilion, EXPO 67.
Director: Vince Vaitiekunas. Director of photography: Robert Gaffney. Consulting editor: Tony Gibbs. Editor: Vince Vaitiekunas. Music: Larry Crossley. Sound editor: Eric Boyd-Perkins. Production company: Crawley Films Limited, Ottawa, Canada. Camera assistant: Dieter Gaebler. Sky dive consultant: Bill Berry. Music conductor: Larry Crossley. Filmstock: Eastman Kodak 65mm. 65mm negative developing & processing: Technicolor, London. 70mm running time: 14 minutes. Locations: Free fall: Callifornia, USA. Funeral: Burbon street, New Orleans, USA. Synopsis: The film tells, through and unusual imaginative use of photographic techniques, what motion means to man and how it affects man from his birth to his death. Various: Six months in the making. Shown 33 times every day on a 40 foot screen in the 200 seat CN theatre. Reading reference: American Cinematographer, August 1967, page 580
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