France Panorama Film Collection, 1970-1973Add to your cart.

By Mary Taylor

Collection Overview

Title: France Panorama Film Collection, 1970-1973Add to your cart.
ID: 05/ MP1541
Extent: 94.0 Items
Arrangement: Items in this collection are arranged by local call number.
Date Acquired: 09/06/2010
Languages: French


"The videomagazine of France today."

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection contains 93 issues of France Panorama videomagazine, on 16mm film reels, and one index containing guides to many of the films.

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Access Information

Access Restrictions:

Physical copies of the 16mm films may be viewed upon request in the UNT Media Library.

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Administrative Information

Repository: Media Library
Acquisition Source: Stony Brook University
Original/Copies Note: Originals of France Panorama, as well as digital copies, are housed by Gaumont Pathé Archives. For more information please see
Related Materials: Materials related to this collection by provenance, subject matter, and time period may be found in the Chroniques de France Film Collection in this repository. For more information please see
Preferred Citation: France Panorama Film Collection, University of North Texas Special Collections


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  • Item MP1541v.8: France Panorama No. 33/71, 1971Add to your cart. Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services

    This film covers G.E. Clancier, winner of the Grand Prize of the French Academy; Potin's electronic sculptures; Andréa Parisy singing "My Heart is a Bird"; French track and field championships; a new aerodynamic visualization process; and Boucher at the Louvre.

    Gaumont edition. In French.

    13 min/sound/black and white

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