|Film Description:||Reel 2 of 24|
ShotlistReel 2 of 24
1955: Reel 2: Bali. June 22-23.
Hand cut (note knife in left hand of harvester).
Outrigger boat and rudder.
Weighted fishing nets.
Scenes at artist's home.
Close-up of dancer, ear plugs [earrings].[This is the famous dancer Ni Pollok].
Carving in stone — a man. [mws]
Statue, red flower, garden.
Artist explaining painting. [Likely Jean Le Mayeur, a Belgian painter who settled in Bali in the 1930s. He married the dancer Ni Pollok]
Portable lunch counters.
Woman weaving a basket of green reeds, (cu)
Boys playing "jacks".
Weaving of net.
Cooking in field.
Rice with flower decoration (cu)
Note straw shelter in field.
Salt-making by evaporation.
Sluice gate with screen.
Crabs on shore, [cu]
Loading pip in wicker crates.
A ship sailing scenes.
Preparing cocks for fighting by stroking heads, [mws]
Rice stacks along road.
Carrying band instruments.
Barefoot dancer with fan.[The dancer is Ni Pollok].
Man playing musical instrument. [ 1 cu]
Male and female dancers, [cu]
Cocks in wicker basket.
Terraced rice fields, [cus]
Potter using hand operated wheel. [1 mws, 1 cu]
Cutting pot from wheel using string.
Pottery by bang-bang method, using wooden paddle.
Pottery drying in the sun.
Ice cream (for sale?).
Cockfight under shelter. Note: the seats, [dark, mws and ws]
Carrying pottery; road scenes.
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||Bali, Balinese Hindu Temples, Masks, Dance, Dancing, Gamelan orchestra, Rice cultivation, Cock-fighting, Pottery, Ceramics, Pollok, Ni, Le Mayeur, Jean|
|Tags:||Bali | Balinese Hindu Temples | Ceramics | Cock-fighting | Dancing | Gamelan orchestra | Le Mayeur, Jean | Masks | Pollok, Ni | Pottery | Rice cultivation|
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