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|Date||18 July 1976||ID||6590|
A portrait of Brighton Seafront on a Sunday morning, between 7 am when the shops are shut and the streets deserted, to midday, when the film-makers settle outside a seafront pub to have a drink. An Albany Cine Club production, filmed by members of the group on 18th July 1976.
[Patcham House Special School: Football; playground; Jubilee; Outings]
A compilation of amateur films filmed by the headmaster of Patcham House Special School. Pupils and staff are seen on numerous class outings, at play at the school and competing at the 'National Spastics Games'.
We Don’t Do These Things Every Day
This is a compilation of: a domestic family film; a short travelogue film of the Stefan Batory ship in Tilbury Dockyard; the seaside resorts of Torquay and Brighton in late summer; and a winter wedding at St Peter's Church in Ditton.
Brighton Carnival scenes filmed in 1978 by E. W. Ovenden, a member of the Albany Cine Club. Participating organisations include Co-Op, Brighton Young Conservatives, Brighton & Hove Camera Club, Brighton Insurance Social Club Smurf Section, Brighton Theatre Group, Brighton Theatrical Costumiers, and marching bands.
10 minutes in Brighton
The sights and sounds of Brighton during the late 1970s are captured in this amateur film. The film features typical scenes of the seafront, marina and Royal Pavilion some of which are accompanied by music soundtracks.
[Children's Film Unit: Detective Film]
A group of children, nicknamed the 'Children's Film Unit' by Michael Gillings, the father of Neville, shoot a chaotic detective movie in Patcham in the 1980s.
[In the Garden; Etc.]
Footage of his wife and son in their garden in Brighton and guests on a visit to the house, filmed by Michael Gillings in the 1980s. Dinky toy animations by Neville are also included.
[Snow Scenes; Etc.]
Tobogganing, dressing up and vintage commercial vehicle run scenes, filmed by Neville and Michael Gillilngs at home in Patcham in the 1980s.
Neville Gillings and friends film one another as they play on go-carts, perform stunts and run piggyback races in their local area of Patcham in the 1980s.
[Snow Scenes; Animation]
Tobogganing on the South Downs, and an imaginative toy car animation, filmed by Neville Gillings with his father's camera in the 1980s.
[Children's Film Unit]
'Children's Film Unit' scenes, so named by Michael Gillings, the father of Neville, who filmed with his friends in the local area of Patcham. Two boys play snakes and ladders. Fiction film scenes follow, with a loose narrative. The boys ride bicycles, crash and fight with one another.
[Rough Seas: Newhaven; Brighton; Seven Sisters Country Park]
Waves crash over the sea front and lighthouse at Newhaven beach, filmed in 1981 by Harry Colley.
Brighton: The Marina and H.M.S. Cavalier
A short informative film about the Royal Navy C-Class Destroyer "H.M.S. Cavalier" (R73), docked at Brighton Marina in 1983 to celebrate its opening. The film, produced by amateur film-maker B. C. Suter, also includes shots of Palace Pier, Volk's Railway line and stations on the beach and views of the new yacht Marina. [Audio is distorted at start]
[Patcham Middle School Outings]
Scenes filmed at Patcham Middle School Sports Day by Michael Gillings, and by Neville Gillings of his friends on an outing to a farm with his father's camera, in around 1984.
Scenes filmed by Michael Gillings at the Tower of London and River Thames while on a family outing to London, and at his Patcham home in the garden, where his son plays with the dog.
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