Showing 31 to 45 of 97 results.
[Reg’s Wedding Scenes]
A compilation of home movie material which includes images of two weddings - one a church wedding, the other at a registry office. There is also footage of a holiday to France, cars being loaded and unloaded from aeroplanes, an amateur cricket match, picnics, and the film-maker's children.
[Miscellaneous Holiday and Family Scenes]
|Date||1946; June 1947; July-August 1948||ID||4045|
A film depicting family scenes and outings. As well as shots of Kensington in London, the family travel to Bembridge on the Isle of Wight and over to France.
Brighton International Children’s Camp
This film contains images of The International Children's Camp held at Brighton in 1946. The Camp was organized by the British Woodcraft Folk, a member of the Co-operative Youth Movement. The event attracted over 1000 children from the United Kingdom, France, Belgium, Holland, Denmark and Czechoslovakia, and other European countries.
[Lt M. C. Grant in the Army and Skiing]
Scenes at Dover where a ferry to Calais is being loaded. Lt M.C. Grant and other soldiers are seen at the Harbour. There are various scenes of their travels through France and Italy, showing the Alps with panoramic views of the mountains, and Lt. Grant skiing. There are also scenes of military vehicles.
|Date||1947 - 1948||ID||5682|
The film shows the Dickins family from Surrey on two separate trips to France. The film contains some shots of the landscape, beach and street scenes.
Holidays in Switzerland
On a drive to Switzerland, this film records visits to French towns before a tour of the ports and villages around Lausanne, Lake Geneva and the Rhône Valley. A visit to the Great St Bernard Pass in the Alps is followed by stays in Lucerne and Zurich.
[Three Swiss Newsreel Items: Pestalozzi Children Village in Trogen]
A compilation of three short films about the Pestalozzi village at Trogen, Switzerland accompanied by a German commentary. Celebrations are held to mark the opening of the village; children are seen making models and perform songs and dances; and English war orphans arrive in Switzerland and are greeted by the British Consulate-General.
[French Riviera Trip; Christmas at Home]
Two films of the Embertons, firstly on holiday in the French Riviera, and then at home celebrating Christmas. They travel to Nice, stay with friends in Menton and take in the town sights and sea front. At home, their daughters Jocelyn and Gillian are filmed decorating the Christmas tree and dressing in evening gowns, posing for the camera.
[Holiday; Cricket; Golf; Outings]
A compilation of items filmed by Joseph Emberton, including a holiday in France, cricket, golfing and the beach.
This film shows a family leaving to go on holiday to France, Switzerland and Italy by car and train.
[Holiday in France]
|Date||May - June 1952||ID||1461|
A trip from Grenoble to Cannes through the Maritime Alps is followed by a journey along the coast to Juan-les-Pins, Monte Carlo, St Jean de Luz and Biarritz. The film ends with a trip to the Loire Valley in Northern France, and its many châteaux.
|Date||June 1952 - March 1953||ID||127|
A compilation of scenes portraying family life produced by an amateur film-maker. Members of the Ellis family and their friends feature in the film, which includes visits to local places of interest and scenes of everyday life. Although silent, the film includes intertitles throughout.
[Christening Party; Gardening]
This colour and black and white film shows scenes of Frances's christening party with a large family party in the garden where the children play. The second film shows shots of the children including: Valery riding on a pony, Peg and Michael in the garden, and mixed shots of baby Frances.
Secret of the Warren
This award winning fictional amateur film was produced by the founder of the Haywards Heath Cine Society. The plot involves an impoverished widow and her daughter who have to sell their farm as they can no longer afford to run it. A chance encounter with a pair of traveling gypsies leads to the the mother finding some money bequeathed to her by her late husband; their newfound wealth is used to save the farm from being sold.
Europe June 1953 [Part 1]
The first part of Mr and Mrs Gowlland film of their holiday with friends, touring around Europe in their car, visiting France, Monaco, Switzerland, and Austria. They pass through Reims, Dijon, Juan Les Pins, Cannes, and Nice in France. After Monte Carlo, they travel to Ascona, the Rhone valley and Luzern in Switzerland and Brand in Austria.
Showing 31 to 45 of 97 results.