|Film Description:||Reel 28 of 52|
ShotlistReel 28 of 52
Cat. Reel 319 1967: Reel 28: Tunisia. April 19. Nabeul.
Clay pots: turning them over to dry.
Potter's assistant preparing clay with his feet.
Potter at work: wooden hand tool (out of focus).
Automatic machine making hollow bricks or tile. Note wheel with wire
for cutting bricks to length by hand.
Street of kilns.
Grinding mill, (overexposed).
Men pulling rope to raise water.
Kilns. (pan shot).
Preparing clay using feet (cu).
Pottery stacked in kiln.
Making colored reed mat on simple loom: note "compactor" to push woof
reeds close together (cu).
Making reed mat: no color.
Rolled reed mats for sale. (cu).
Girls carrying water jugs.
Potter using tool like that used at Guella.
Potter using gray clay.
Punched clay vessel.
Clay birdcage. With clay birds (cu).
Clay rooster (cu).
Bird cage-style pot.
Two pieces of pottery: One "punched," one vase.
Painting a piece of tile by hand.
Painting tile: note outline of the design stencil, note how painter
steadies his hand.
Painted tile drying.
Decorated pottery: Four examples: camel, landscape.
Hand painting a vase: several colors.
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||Nabeul, Pottery, Ceramics, Pottery, Tile making|
|Tags:||Ceramics | Nabeul | Pottery | Tile making|
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