|Film Description:||Reel 23 of 65|
ShotlistReel 23 of 65
Cat. Reel 366 1969: Reel 23: Ethiopia Lalibela. Gondar. Koga. April 8-10
Lost wax process: cutting wax with pointed knife (some sequences underexposed)
Pounding white clay on a stone while adding bits of burlap for binder.
Adding water to clay, shaping clay for mold.
Forming clay mold around wax, forming opening in mold, finishing a silver cross.
Silversmith with son or grandson.
Tukuls. Stairs to second story. Distant wooden gate or stick building.
Lalibela Market: banana leaves.
Men carrying stones using shoulder poles. Green umbrella. Market scenes
Geological "dome" (en route to Bahir Dar from Gondar) (distant shot).
Cleared ground: threshing floors (?).
Koga Market: mats and baskets.
Men wearing skins, some with reed umbrellas.
Red clay water jug with carrying thong (mcu)•
Stick in a bag, for tamping down grain.
Reed mats, wrapped up.
Reed sieve (cu).
Cotton for sale.
Weighing cotton in pan balance.
Iron heated on charcoal fire: skin bellows.
Working the iron. Iron implements.
Embroidered saddle on "nobleman's" horse.
Reed umbrella: interior.
Umbrella: note knob on top.
Koga market (pan)
Sheep on leash tied to man's toe.
Koga market (pan shot).
Skin shelter; very crude.
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||Lost wax process, Lost wax metal casting, Lalibela, Gondar, Koba, Marketplaces, Handcrafts|
|Tags:||Gondar | Handcrafts | Koga | Lalibela | Lost wax metal casting | Lost wax process | Marketplaces|
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