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Leather to Last
An award-winning amateur documentary in which bespoke shoemaker, George Smith, reflects on his life’s work.
Bright Blue Sky for a Ceiling
A year in the life of Chiddingly sheep farmer Bob Whitehead, directed by Antony Penrose of Penrose Films Productions.
[Hurstdene Gardens; Brighton Marina; Tarring Garden; Kingsmead Farm; Leeds Castle Lake]
This film shows various scenes including: the family at play in a courtyard filmed from a window (continued from TID: 2824); an group parking a car at Brighton Marina; geese in a field; a domestic garden; a young man and a tractor on a Kingsmead farm in Billingshurst; panoramic views of a field and an older man working on a rusty farm gate. The film ends with close-up shots of geese swimming in a lake at Leeds Castle.
[Chichester and Midhurst Railway Centenary]
|Date||11 July 1981||ID||7194|
Various scenes showing events celebrating the centenary of the Chichester and Midhurst Railway, established in 1881. Shots include the building of a miniature railway for a Railway Show, views of a disused station and railway line, and a diesel train making the journey between Chichester and Midhurst, filmed on the 11th July 1981 by B. C. Suter.
South East Pipeline
An educational film made by Esso, about the planning and work involved in laying a new oil pipeline from Alton to Purfleet via Gatwick, across Hamshire, Surrey and Kent.
|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.
Vintage Films present M. A. P. production... "Horsey Types", 1993. Maurice Puttock tours Surrey, Shropshire, Sussex and Suffolk for a narrated documentary on strong horses and draft horse breeds at county shows and working farm demonstrations.[Opening title music removed from online clip for copyright reasons].
[Fishing at Brighton]
An amateur 'day-in-the-life' record of fishermen at work in Brighton Marina and in the seas off the Southcoast.
A bookbinder talks about his trade at F G Marshall Studios, Banstead, Surrey.
[Amberley: A Working Museum Part Two]
Part Two of a documentary produced by amateur film-maker B. C. Suter provides a tour of Amberley Museum circa. 1997. Workers at the museum provide demonstrations of their trades and craft skills for the camera including: Arthur Hafenden making a traditional Broom; a Stained Glass Maker's workshop; the Tools and Trades History Society exhibits; Motor Vehicles; the Wheelwrights and the Paviours Museum, among others.
[Amberley: A Working Museum Part One]
Part One [?] of a documentary showing the sights and sounds of Amberley Museum, its working machinery demonstrated by the people volunteering at the site, and by the objects, equipment and machines on display. The film was produced in 1997 by amateur film-maker B. C. Suter, who narrates the film.
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.
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.
Medway on Screen: Memories of the River Medway and West Kent
A compilation of archive footage of the Medway area of Kent, is combined with audio excerpts from oral history recordings, captured by Screen Archive South East from residents of the area, during the Medway on Screen oral history and reminiscence project in 2010/11.
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