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A professionally made film promoting the work of the Pestalozzi US Children's Charity and the Pestalozzi Overseas Children's Trust. The work of the charities are discussed by two Pestalozzi workers, accompanied by footage of Pestalozzi villages in Africa and Asia.
West Pier Tours Underwater
A rough cut of a short video piece about the West Pier in Brighton, shot on tape with interviews, actuality, time-lapse and underwater sequences.
An animated short illustrating Brighton’s West Pier’s past and present with spoken narrative.
HM The Queen, Elizabeth II Visit to Brighton
|Date||29 March 2001||ID||4440|
HM Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh visit Brighton and Hove for the first time since it was granted city status. An amateur cameraman is given exclusive access to film the Royal visitors at a reception in the Corn Exchange and on a walkabout in the city centre.
Guinea Pig Club; The Reconstruction of Burned Airmen in WWII
This commercially produced production for broadcast, commemorates the 60th Anniversary of those that underwent pioneering reconstructive surgery as part of the Guinea Pig Club, following injury during their service in the Armed Forces during the Second World War. Contains scenes of medical treatment and severe injury.
Not California: This is Surfing in Brighton
This artist film offers an energetic portrayal of surfing at five locations along Brighton's coastline, using a variety of camera and editing techniques and musical accompaniment.
The Meeting Place
|Date||2002, August Bank Holiday||ID||4859|
Local documentary about a beach-side cafe called The Meeting Place with interviews with owners and regular customers, actuality and some graphic stills. Contains archive footage from SASE collection in the opening sequence and a soundtrack of 1930s music.
This documentary, produced for the National Geographic Channel, features the work of the Pestalozzi International Village Trust at Sedlescombe in East Sussex. Using a mixture of interviews with students, both past and present, and footage of the village life, the film explores the aims and impact of Pestalozzi in the UK and around the world.
"24 x one minute films made as part of the Cinecity festival 2003 investigating the links between Brighton and its residents." Two of the films, ~St Nicholas Church~ and ~Birdcage Bandstand~, can be viewed on this webpage.
The Late Mr McKenna
This amateur colour comedy drama tells the story of Mr McKenna who wakes up late and gets to work just in time to deliver a presentation. Several weeks later Mr McKenna and his wife are expected at a formal church christening, which they only remember following a phone call from the child's parents, having mislaid the invitation. They arrive 'just in time', to witness the child receive a blessing by the vicar. The film has full titles and credits and out-takes / gag-reel.
Opening Energy Laboratory at Pestalozzi
|Date||19 March 2004||ID||8255|
A BBC South East Today news item about the opening of an energy laboratory at the Pestalozzi village, Sedlescombe. Explorer, Ray Mears officially opens the lab, whilst reporter Ian Palmer talks about the purpose of the energy lab in promoting sustainable living. Ray Mears is also seen demonstrating bushcraft techniques to the Pestalozzi children.
Useful and Beautiful
Kerry Bosworth demonstrates the processes used at JCJ Potters in Stone Cross, East Sussex. The film, produced by amateur film-makers Harry Lederman and Alan Tutt in 2005, is narrated by the owner, Jonathan Chiswell Jones.
Jonathan Chiswell Jones, of JCJ Potters in Stone Cross, East Sussex, demonstrates the ancient art of lustreware pottery in this documentary by amateur film-makers Harry Lederman and Alan Tutt. Chiswell Jones throws, colours and glazes a christening bowl before it is decorated with the silver pigment and fired in the kiln. Produced in 2005, it won two prestigious awards at the British International Amateur Film Festival.
The Man in the Hat
This film, made by participants in Carousel, an arts organisation by and for people with learning disabilities, is a black & white animated music video that plays in reverse. It tells the story of the Man in the Hat, who encourages the viewer to follow the signs and movement he creates, as he dances and moves through different locations in a fantasy world. The music is provided by Beat Express, a learning disabled rock group also supported by Carousel.
Trug makers Sarah Page and Tim Franks demonstrate how a traditional Sussex basket is made using sweet chestnut and willow, a craft that is under threat of extinction. The film, produced by amateur film-makers Harry Lederman and Alan Tutt in 2007, features footage of The Truggery from Screen Archive South East, filmed by F. P. Barnitt in the 1930s.
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