Interior shots of the Northwest Coast Indian Exhibit held at Man and His World in 1970, inside what used to be the United Nations Pavilion during Expo 67 in Montreal: HAS of interior of pavilion rotunda, people entering, looking at artifacts in lower foreground. Several shots of visitors passing by exhibits, looking at same. Several MSs of traditional Indigenous masks carved in wood. Exterior shots of what used to be the United Nations Pavilion during Expo 67 in Montreal: PAN from LS of totem pole to front of the pavilion, the tree sculpture titled "The tree of Life" carved by artist Joseph "Peppi" Rifesser in foreground. MS of the pavilion, many flag poles, yellow flags in foreground and background. LA PAN of poles to flags. Telephoto shot of hazy Montreal skyline. ZOOM OUT and TILT DOWN to the same pavilion as seen from top of the French Pavilion. TILT DOWN from passing helicopter to pavilion. Lengthy sequence on Man and His World - 1970 visitors thronging past, towards the camera.