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Funeral Procession of the Woman Who Dared
|Date||4 June 1913; 14 June 1913||ID||29|
A newsreel of the funeral of Emily Davison, the suffragette who lost her life after stepping out in front of the King's horse at the 1913 Epsom Derby, an act which is also included in the film.
A Cremation Bali
This edited and titled film shows a traditional Balinese cremation ceremony. Every aspect of the ceremony is shown in detail (with descriptive intertitles) from the extensive preparations to the final stage where the ashes are taken out to sea.
[King's Mead School Trip to Croydon Aerodrome; Oxford and Cambridge University Boat Race; Funeral of King George V]
|Date||[ca. 1933 - 1935]; 1936||ID||2956|
An amateur film-maker films the planes taxiing, landing and taking off at Croydon Aerodrome; follows the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race on the River Thames; and records the funeral cortege of King George V from a high vantage point.
[Visit to India]
On the banks of the Ganges, a funeral pyre is prepared. Street scenes follow, before an Asian couple in Western riding gear pose for the camera. People board a train on the Great Indian Peninsula Railway. The landscape is filmed from a train window, before a busy city street scene. A group of European friends are seen having tea, before footage of boats in a bay, filmed from the deck of a ship.
[Funeral of King George V; King's Mead School Sports and Recreation; Royal Navy Fleet]
A compilation of amateur material which includes footage of King George V's funeral cortege, pupils of King's Mead School playing a variety of sports and participating in a range of recreational activities, and a flotilla of Royal Navy ships on exercise.
The Funeral of King George V; The Coronation of King George VI
|Date||28 January 1936; 12 May 1937||ID||1551|
Film by Joseph Emberton of the funeral of HM King George V showing scenes of the crowds on the streets and the funeral procession. This is followed by film of the coronation of HM George VI, also showing the crowds watching from buildings and lining the streets, and the procession.
[Dog at Play; Royal Funeral Procession]
|Date||[ca. 1936]; 28 January 1936||ID||5407|
This film shows a pet dog running around a domestic garden [not included in online clip]. This is followed by highlights of the state funeral procession for HM King George V.
[A Visit to Java, Bali and Sumatra, Angkor Wat and Bangkok]
An amateur film-maker records his journeys around South East Asia, capturing on film the indigenous peoples, temples, dances, and landscape. The film contains the only known pre-war colour footage of some of the most renowned Balinese dancers, including I Ketut Marya (Mario).
[Father Christmas; Crematorium; Party Food; Grandparents; Public Gardens; To School]
|Date||December 1959; January 1960||ID||5337|
This film shows various family scenes that includes a visit from Father Christmas in the family car and a funeral at Downs Crematorium (?) with wreathes and flowers laid on the grass outside. The second film shows a birthday tea party with a 'Golly-Wog' style cake, a young boy making a kite in the garden, a family visit to the Victoria Gardens in Brighton, and portraits of the children in their Brighton College Prep School (?) uniform.
A lengthy amateur film which records events in Shoreham-by-Sea during 1962. The film, which was made by the founder of the Shoreham Cine and Miniature Camera Club, has an accompanying soundtrack comprising commentary, music and sound effects. It also contains newspaper headlines from the Shoreham Herald, and a sequence showing the work of the local paper.
[Woodlands; At Horton]
This family film shows tributes of flowers for a funeral laid out on the ground outside a house (death of a grandparent). Scenes of a wedding follow with a bride and groom exiting a church (the film is damaged at this point), and the family visit tiered gardens and woodlands in the Horton Hall estate/ The Menagerie Estate, Horton (?).
[Churchill Funeral Train; Baby; Regatta; Shoreham]
This family film shows several outings and family scenes that includes portrait shots of a new-born baby, a brief shot of former Prime minister Winston Churchill's funeral train passing through Staines station, on route to Handborough and the family together at the Thames Valley Skiff Club rowing Thames Skiffs. The film closes with scenes of a beach outing to Shoreham-by-Sea to visit friends.
The first shots are of a buffet laid out around a celebratory cake and a display of gifts on a dresser. People are gathered around, eating and talking, in a domestic living room. In a garden there are several wreaths of flowers for a funeral. The following shots are of the exterior of a house, where an extension appears to be being built.
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