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Return to Castle Bemrose
An edited and titled film of scenes from various days out in the Home Counties, including Ivinghoe Beacons (Chiltern Hills), Mentmore Towers, Stonor Park (Henley-on-Thames) and Whipsnade Zoo (Dunstable), including tea in the car park.
Man in May
This colour film provides a traditionally British postcard-home style narrative to the Isle of Man TT Races in Douglas, with views of various island attractions, motor vehicles as well as the main races. The film has instrumental commercial music throughout [commercial music has been removed for online use]
Variations on a Theme
This amateur colour spoof docudrama follows a fictitious cine film club through their creation of a film for the Albany Cine Film Competition. After the film goes over budget and is left unfinished, they decide to use the film for the next competition submission, trying out different ideas to complete the film with very little success. This film comprises several mini-films within a film, linked by voice over, music and sound effects and has titles at the start of each 'ending'.
[Double Take; Off Cuts]
Titles, outakes, offcuts, test footage and edits for It Takes a Woman, seemingly called "Double Take" while filming, produced by the Woking Cine Club in 1983 before the club was renamed Woking Film Makers in 1984. It includes footage of club members and children on location, cleaning the car, operating a camera and sound equipment, and standing with the clapperboard.
It Takes a Woman
George cleans the wrong car, misses the football match, and gets accused of being "behind the times" by his wife Mavis. The storyline portrays George as hapless and downtrodden, and Mavis as a 'nagging' wife in this film produced in 1983 by Woking Cine Club.
|Date||26-27 August 1984; 1984||ID||5908|
This film shows a series of visits to notable landmarks and historic buildings in the home counties including Uffington castle and the 'Horse and Vintage Vehicle Show', Oxfordshire; The Mill at Sonning; Church of the Holy Sepulchre (Northampton); Tower Bridge and Pool of London at St Katharine's Dock; Windsor Great Park with Leptis Magna monuments and Memorials, Berkshire; and the Charles Dickens Centre and Chalet in Rochester.
A car is passed between drivers as a couple eat a three course meal at a restaurant. The car finds its way back to where they left it, but they are shocked at what they find in the back seat. A fiction film produced by Albany Cine Club in 1984.
[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.
[Bicycle Stunts; Children's Film Unit: Top of the Wallies?; Veteran Car Run]
Neville Gillings and the Children's Film Unit perform on 'Top of the Wallies' in a Patcham garden. Michael Gillings, the camera's owner, records the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run as it passes through Patcham in 1984.
This amateur colour comedy film with animated title, tells the story of a woman whose car has broken down on the side of the road, where several passers-by stop to assist and chaos ensues. The film has opening and closing titles with dubbed sound and sound effects throughout. This film was submitted by the society for the Albany film competition in 1986.
Where There’s A Will
A drama in which a son's plot to get his hands on his father's money is foiled. The old man wises up, leaving his money to a young nurse instead. An Albany Cine Club production, filmed in Southwick by members in 1986. [This film has been made mute for online use].
[Old Crocks' Race]
Michael Gillings films the Veteran Car Run to Brighton as participants pass by the Black Lion Pub in Patcham in their open top 'Old Crocks' in 1987. Most wear warm clothes and waterproof coats, waving from their motorcars, while driving alongside modern vehicles.
The Bully and the Bookworm
A bullied man challenges his tormentor to a duel, on his own terms. A fiction film produced by Albany Cine Club members in 1990.
This amateur colour drama sees a couple move into a new house on a residential street. The new resident and his neighbour are both pipe smokers. Every time the new resident sees his neighbour, the neighbour asks for pipe tobacco. Now very fed up with his neighbour the man swaps his tobacco for ground up horse manure and gives it to his neighbour. The film has illustrated opening and closing titles with credits. The soundtrack has been removed from the opening and closing titles/ credits on this film for copyright reasons.
[Amberley Working Museum] [Cinemascope]
This Cinemascope film shows highlights of a 'Santa's Fun Day' event filmed at Amberley Museum during this special event day at Christmas, followed by scenes from a motorcycle and car rally, steam vehicle rally and later highlights of shots of the equipment in the Wireless and Communications Open day and an interview with the Museum's director, who explains several of the Electricity exhibits.
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