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ERIC Number: ED035738
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 50
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Films on Jobs, Training, and the Ghetto; An Evaluative Guide.
American Foundation on Automation and Employment, Inc., New York, NY.
This 47-page evaluative guide to films on jobs, training, and the ghetto was prepared at the first International Job Film Fair. The Fair was held in New York City, May 21-22, 1969, and was sponsored by the American Foundation on Automation and Employment. Films were obtained through a variety of film, industrial, and educational media. The panel members who reviewed the films represented the business community, labor unions, government agencies, education, civil rights, community and public affairs organizations, the film industry, and job training organizations. Each film was evaluated by means of a questionnaire form filled out by panel members, designed to find out how well the film fulfilled its goal, the type of language used, technical quality, audience appeal, and creativity. The films are listed in alphabetical order and information about time, type of film, producer, distributor, and retail and purchase price are included. An alphabetical guide to producers and distributors is appended. (BC)
American Foundation on Automation and Employment, Inc., 280 Park Avenue, New York, New York 10017 ($4.50)
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Authoring Institution: American Foundation on Automation and Employment, Inc., New York, NY.