Educational Films from the IU Libraries Film Archive


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Educational Films from the IU Libraries Film Archive

  • Multiple years
  • Directed By: Multiple directors
  • Rated Not Rated
  • Shorts Program
  • 80 minutes Minutes
  1. Friday, January 13, 2012 6:30 p.m.
Still image from a 16mm film from the IU Libraries Film Archives

The IU Film Archive houses a collection of educational and classroom films numbering in the tens of thousands, and it was once one of the country’s largest distributors of such films. This show highlights some of the oddest and most amusing educational films from yesteryear, presented on 16mm.

The program includes:

Chucky Lou (11 minutes, 1948)

One Hundred Years of Art (22 minutes, 1949)

Conspiracy in Kyoto (21 minutes, 1953)

Booze and You's (15 minutes, 1977)

(16mm presentation)