|Film Description:||Reel 2 of 52|
ShotlistReel 2 of 52
Cat. Reel 293 1967: Reel 2: Niger. Feb. 7-8 Kollo. Sagoy. Tera. Tarliganda.
Man casting fish net, holding rope end in his mouth.
Pulling in net: note weights.
Boat going through passage in reeds to village.
Hooked fish. Large water lily.
People in loaded boat on Niger.
Boat poled through channel.
Horses at a marsh village.
Vultures taking flight.
At Sagoy Village: separated from mainland by high water:
A nice fish.
African woman: scarred cheeks, baby (cu).
Horizontal reed-loom for mat making.
Weaving colored-reed mat by hand (cu)
Clay grain storage vessel, handle on cover (cu).
Forked-stick and slat frame for reed mat bed.
Dugouts bringing grass to village.
Simple hand loom: weaving cloth strip (good cu details).
Large clay grain storage vessel with side opening, clay door.
Pounding millet in wooden mortar.
Brush fence to protect tree from animals.
At Tarliganda [?] Village:
Men carrying bricks.
Village women by a wall.
Clay grain vessel with side-door (cu).
Hut with a red door (mcu).
Reed fence. Mud houses with water spouts.
Woman with two jars on shoulder stick.
Women filling water jars. Two-section canoe.
Bricks drying in conical heap.
Empty marketplace. Empty thatched huts.
River: old iron ferry. Dugout.
Side of beef brought to load on ferry.
Ferry with two tugs. Dockside activity.
Ferry: end view.
Preparing Kebab. Fire on top of dirt mound.
Kebab mound with wind shield, meat on sticks (cu).
Chopping kebab meat on a much used log.
Kebab on screen grill over fire.
Putting kebab on sticks.
Salt chunks for sale on reed mat.
Food for sale.
Market: gourds on heads, babies on mothers' backs.
Woman with stiff braids (cu).
Woman with coin headband: note hairstyle.
Market: people sitting.
Woman spinning: tiny hand-held spindle.
Woman: heavy anklets.
A chief: flat brimmed reed hat, chin band.
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||Kollo, Sagoy, Tera, Tarliganda, Fishing, Village life, Hairstyles|
|Tags:||Fishing | Hairstyles | Kollo | Sagoy | Tarliganda | Tera | Village life|
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