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Stock Foootage - B-roll - Salisbury (Harare)

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B-roll excerpts with shots of Anglo American Corporation of South Africa, downtown Harare, Charter House, Jameson Avenue Central, and bus station.
Physical formats available:
Digital formats available:
Quicktime (Pro Res)
Audio & visual:
Sound, Color

Taken from the film, Religion At The Family Level. On religious music, dance and movement in Zimbabwe with Gwanzura Gwenzi, mbira player, who was at the time a Harare clerk and family head.

Stock Footage, B-roll, Newsreels
A collection of various newsreels B-roll, out-takes from the early 20th Century through to the 1980s, from Europe, Cuba, South and North America, Africa.
Constant Spring Productions
Ethnomusicologist Gei Zantzinger was an independent filmmaker and student of folklore who began making films in Africa in 1966, collaborating with musicians and other notable ethnomusicologists and filmmakers. His career in the social sciences spanned nearly 50 years. Gei’s efforts resulted in a broad collection of 17 extraordinary films made between 1966 and 1997 that examine the roles that oral traditions, music and dance play in preserving and informing personal, cultural and spiritual identity in disparate communities around the world.