Now The Philips Film

In 1931 The electronics company Philips gave the Dutch film-maker Joris Ivens the assignment for an advertising film with sound. The sound film was a new invention, which fitted a company who was aiming at modern mass consumption. The subject of the film is the production of radios and speakers. The camera registers the rhythm of the machines and the interaction with the proceedings of the factory workers.

Posted on YouTube by PA3DMI, 17 Oct 2013

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