Documentary film on the colonial exhibition held in 1934 in Oporto. Images of the participants, pavilions, gardens, leisure areas, folk parades and of the most visited commercial stands.
Portuguese Youth parade in the celebrations of the 1st December (Independence Restoration Day).
Incomplet. The School of Cavalry and the field instruction: slope and entering the water in a horse exercises. As some slopes are almost vertical, fallings are inevitable.
Activities of Mocidade Portuguesa (“Portuguese Youth”): camping, sports demonstrations, marches, parade at Av. da Liberdade (Lisbon, 1938), meeting at the Jockey Club (1939).
The textile industry in Areosa, Oporto. Firemen exercises. A visit by the Indigenous Company of Mozambique (Landins of Mozambique).
Unedited footage. Images of the official opening of the building, located in Av. Da Liberdade, Lisbon, with the presence of the President of the Republic. Shots of the car exhibition.
The first public appearance of the organization.
Parade of the Mocidade Portuguesa (“Portuguese Youth”) and outdoor mass in the Jockey Club’s field, 1938.
Portrait of Henrique Alegria, manager of Invicta Film, in his office.
Title cards in vegetal paper.
News on cinematographic activities in Portugal.
Article defending the need of producing Portuguese colonial films.
Film review, referring to its achievement in documenting Portugal’s colonial facet.
Notes on the production company.
Notes on the works by César de Sá and Fernandes Tomaz.
Report on the departure of Brigada Cine-Portuguesa to produce a film about the natural beauty of Portugal.