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Images of a (staged?) daytime motorway pile-up are followed by nighttime shots of the emergency services working to free the injured from the wreckage.
A World of Their Own
This film discusses the benefits of "Integrated Environmental Design" (IED) by focussing on the new Seeboard headquarters at Crawley, West Sussex. The film highlights all of the IED design features of the building including heating, lighting, layout and staffing and includes shots of the building and the staff employed there.
Our World: Woodcraft Folk
This semi-fictional film from 1975 presents the work of the Woodcraft Folk, "an educational movement for children and young people [which] aims to develop self-confidence and activity in society...building a world based on equality, friendship, peace and co-operation."
This amateur colour film created by the Haywards Heath Cine & Video Society shows ladies attending a ladies night event at a local restaurant. The voiceover provides a narrative throughout explaining the gathering and the events that feature in the film. Filmed during a Society meeting with a introductory voice over and instrumental music.
The Sea Has Many Voices
An educational film focussing on the work of the North Foreland coastal radio station, Kent. Through the use of fictional scenarios, the film demonstrates how radio communications with shipping operate and how the coastal radio stations, HM Coastguard, RNLI and RAF communicates when coordinating a rescue at sea.
Leather to Last
An award-winning amateur documentary in which bespoke shoemaker, George Smith, reflects on his life’s work.
Pupils at Burwood Park School for the Profoundly Deaf in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, produce a fiction film about poor table manners at breakfast.
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'.
Who Was Harry Cowley?
This professionally-made film uses archive images, reconstructions and interviews to narrate the life and work of Harry Cowley, one of Brighton's foremost working-class heroes.
A Milestone for Crawley
A well-made amateur film from 1989 which documents the development of the Hawth Theatre and Arts Centre, Crawley. The film features many local artistic and cultural groups and examines the impact the new centre will have on the town.
|Date||1991 - 1992||ID||5225|
A protest film urging for the need to "change direction" with regards to nuclear weapons manufacture and nuclear power. The film, made for the International Peace Bureau by BECTU Peace & Environment Committee in the early 1990s, includes television and news footage of nuclear disasters, weapons manufacture, and mining for uranium.
This promotional film examines the different approaches to Pestalozzi education around the world. The film is constructed around a play, performed by a Swiss theatre group who act out scenes from the life of Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi. A narrator, assuming the part of Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi, comments on the different approaches to Pestalozzi education as seen in Japan, England, Switzerland, Brasil and Burkina Faso.
Forward to the Past
An amateur drama about a time capsule containing a film reel from Victorian times that predicts the future.
A Year in the Life of Pestalozzi Students
An amateur film produced by staff and students at the Pestalozzi village Sedlescombe. The film covers aspects of life at the village and Hastings College, including daily routines, education and activities. The students talk about their experiences and take turns in providing a commentary to the film.
This animated film was created by a group of learning disabled young people, facilitated by Carousel and Junk TV as part of the Oska Bright Film Festival and Young Roots programme. The film explores the history of their home town of Worthing, West Sussex, through documents and objects held in the Worthing Museum collections from 1800s to the present day. The young people narrate the story in their own words.
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