Cities of the Future
(25 min; color CBS News for the “21st Century” Series, dist. McGraw-Hill Films). Deals with the planning now taking place to solve current problems.
The City and the Future
(28 min; B/W dist. Sterling Educational Films). Examines how cities must choose between urban sprawl or another kind of regional city.
The City as Man’s Home
(28 min; B/W dist. Sterling Educational Films). Explains how slums, public housing, suburbs and apts. developed. Gives ways to improve city life.
The City—Heaven and Hell
(28 min; B/W dist. Sterling Educational Films). Explains the pleasant and uninhabitable natures of the city in the past. It includes the reasons that caused the development of the first cities and the elements that now might destroy the city.
City Under Pressure
(17 min; McGraw-Hill) Explains the problem of urban renewal versus preserving natural resources.
From the Inside Out
(24 min; McGraw-Hill) Teenagers in a Black ghetto tell about their plans, hopes and goals for their future. Written and directed by Black teenagers from North Richmond, California.
(10 min; McGraw-Hill). Painting by Gregorio Prestopino to evoke activities of a day inHarlem, 1959.
(Coronet Films) Explains the influence of the city background in Midwest Literature.