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Packing Up after a Fishing Trip
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- Moving images
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Jul. 1969 (Creation)
Physical description area
1 film reel (2 min., 38 sec.) : acetate (Kodachrome), original, col., single-perforated, mute ; 16 mm
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Scope and content
The footage begins with a man hauling a rubber boat to shore. The man displays the fish that he has caught to the camera. The film cuts to a pontoon plane for Coast Mountain Flight Services Ltd., and then back to the man placing his fish into a bag. The filming then returns to the plane taking off over water. There is aerial footage of the river and mountains, most likely the Bella Coola Valley. Also include is footage of duck with ducklings.
Possible other locations that are seen in the footage are Gitcha Mountains, Ulkatcho Mountains or Rainbow Mountains.
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The original 16mm films have been reformatted onto VHS video cassette tape. In 2011 the film was digitized and is available as a digital file and on DVD.
Restrictions on access
Films available via usage of digitized access copies. Access to VHS and original film masters are restricted for conservation reasons. See archivist for details.
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Personal or academic use of audiovisual material is welcomed under the standard fair use and educational use clauses of Canadian Copyright Law. Commercial use is, however, forbidden without the express permission of the copyright holder. For information on obtaining written permission from the copyright holder, please contact the UNBC Archives for further information.