STORY OF 700 POLISH CHILDREN

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Details

Year

1966

NFU Picture/Sheet No.

287

Technical details

B&W, 18.5 minutes, 35mm 1,680 ft.

Cat. Refs. 1967-68 p.30; 1968-A; 1973 p.45; 1977 p.48.

Credits

NEW ZEALAND NATIONAL FILM UNIT PRESENTS THE STORY OF SEVEN-HUNDRED POLISH CHILDREN

Written and Directed KATHLEEN OBRIEN

Photography JOHN BLICK

Sound VAL FEDEROFF

Special effects MARTIN TOWNSEND, CECIL FORSBERG

Production GEOFFREY SCOTT, OXLEY HUGHAN

Viewing copies

VHS Video- R.V. 118

VHS Video (Preview Tape)- BITC 96

Full Description

Story of 700 Polish Children

In 1944, 700 Polish Children were adopted by New Zealand. The film shows how some of them are getting on now, 20-odd years later, and the contributions they are making to trades and professions. It ends with their children - born New Zealanders.

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