Lizzie Thynne’s filmic ode to the city using Screen Archive footage – screening in Brighton and London venues
Film in Screen Archive South East showing the funeral of a Suffragette, commemorates their dedication and today’s anniversary of women’s suffrage
146 films to be digitised and made available free to view
A Million Pictures: Magic Lantern Slide Heritage as Artefacts in the Common European History of Learning
Read on to see the remarkable results achieved
Archive screenings at this year’s 15th Festival
presented by Screen Archive South East and Film and Screen Studies, University of Brighton
Screening on the Beaches 20/21 September on Camber Sands preceded by archive film from SASE
A special event series to accompany the ‘Bawleys, Barbels and Owlers’ exhibition at the Kent History & Library Centre, Maidstone.
Ine van Dooren representing the University of Brighton at the international conference on the History, Archiving and Creative Re-use of Educational Magic Lantern Slides.
View newly digitised films of life on the Kentish coast as part of this Maritime Heritage Experience 22 July – 6 August for Britain on Film Coast & Sea.
Watch archive film at Brighton Museum’s Free Day Sat 17 June 10-5pm
Two exhibitions coming soon as part of Britain on Film Coast & Sea
‘West Sussex Coast & Sea’ at the West Sussex Record Office
‘Bawleys, Barbels and Owlers – Life along the Kent coast’ at the Kent History & Library Centre
Put Your Face in the Hole and join Whitstable Biennale for their innovative FAIRGROUND project at Tate Modern
Andrew Kötting, British artist, writer and acclaimed filmmaker sources archive content from SASE for his next film Lek and the Dogs
Interested in history and filmmaking? Aged 15-24? Try out the filmmaking workshop run by artist filmmaker Tracey Gue for Orange Lilies – Brighton & Hove in the Somme Project.
Screening this month at the Brighton Museum Lab on Sat 4th March to celebrate International Women’s Day is a unique film from Screen Archive South East of the suffragette Emily Davison’s funeral.
Coming soon to Herne Bay: ‘Herne Bay Newsreel 1953’. Don’t miss amateur filmmaker and Architect John Clague’s portrait of the town in 1953. Presented by The Seaside Museum. Screenings in February.
Screen Archive South East announces free archive content available for screening by local history societies, heritage organisations and Film Hub South East members.
The Screen Archive has added its most recently made film to the collection. ‘Glow Wild’ was created by Haywards Heath Movie Makers, showing the Winter Lantern Festival at Wakehurst Place.
The first ‘Lucerna Hackathon’ was hosted by Screen Archive South East to discuss definitions and metadata for magic lantern slide cataloguing.
Screen Archive South East and CINECITY present ‘Brighton Film City’ an exhibition of new work from artist Choi Sai-Ho; film-maker Lizzie Thynne with composer Ed Hughes; archive film from 1940s Brighton and virtual reality from Driftwood360.
The Million Pictures European Research Project – an inspiring workshop and installation explored the creative use of the Magic Lantern
A new display ‘Experimental Motion: the art of film innovation’ at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery will tell the story of experimental film-making in Brighton & Hove, from 1896 to the present day. Read more…
A new rural film compilation can be viewed in the interactive displays at the recently re-opened Museum of English Rural Life. Read more…
As part of the British Film Institute’s Britain on Film Rural Life programme, there will be a series of events in the South East of England, presenting a new selection of archive films to the public. Read more…
As part of the British Film Institute’s Britain on Film Rural project SASE kicked off the South East’s events at the South of England Show in Ardingly. Read more…
A series of Magic Lantern slides from SASE’s Hecht Collection recently screened by Aad Kok and Else Flim of the Dickenstheater for the members of the Dutch Haarlem Branch of the International Dickens Fellowship. Read more…
Screen Archive South East announces the publication of 38 newly digitised films of the Home Front during the Second World War on the British Film Institute’s Player. Read more…
Opening the 59th British Film Institute’s London Film Festival tonight is the much anticipated full-length feature drama Suffragette. Read more…