VILLAGE SANS EAU (TOWN WITHOUT WATER. Alt. Title: VILLAGE WITHOUT WATER)
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Motion picture (16mm)
Sound (French or English), b&w, 13 min. A small town in Italy gets water for the first time in memory. Beginning with views of the parched earth of the region, this story follows the building of a pipeline built by the government in Rome, with help from Marshall Plan counterpart funds. 1949, Phoenix Films, Rome, for ECA Italy. NB: The film is listed in English as VILLAGE WITHOUT WATER in the available catalogues; perhaps this was the original title.