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Magda i Karoll - My Kochamy Was!
|Date||28 July - 4 August 1979||ID||5867|
This film shows a first visit to England for Magda and Karoll (a teenage brother and sister from Poland- some of their family are seen in TID 5865). The film shows tours of many locations in the South of England and visits to family and friends. Included are views of Rochester Castle, Allington Castle, Canterbury Cathedral, Dungeness, Ipswich, and various landmarks in London such as the Cenotaph and 10 Downing Street on Whitehall and Westminster Cathedral.
A film showing various aspects of Brighton in the early 1980s contrasted with postcard images of the town from an earlier age. The film is silent though may have been intended to be shown with a live commentary.
Walk around Folkestone
This film takes the form of a sight-seeing walk through Folkestone, following a man as he visits various streets and landmarks.
This colour documentary film showcases several projects by the Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind and the National Association for the Blind in India, showing the rehabilitation and training of several blind men. The men are seen undertaking routine tasks that includes working on a farm, in a shop and operating light industrial machinery at a factory.
It Takes a Woman
George cleans the wrong car, misses the football match, and gets accused of being "behind the times" by his wife Mavis. The storyline portrays George as hapless and downtrodden, and Mavis as a 'nagging' wife in this film produced in 1983 by Woking Cine Club.
Male and Femaile teams of Morris Dancers and folk dancers perform their routines in the town centre in Horsham.
This amateur colour suspense film tells the story of an amateur film-maker working late at a colleagues house who is followed home by a stranger. This film has opening and closing titles with music.
[Floods in Chichester and Southern Region]
Programme by Southern Eye on the big floods in the Southern region, with a focus on Chichester. Included are various interviews with experts and people effected by the flooding as well as some photographs and moving news images from ca. the 1950s [?].
This surreal dark amateur drama follows the story of a girl that falls asleep and wakes to to find her 'twin' from a parallel universe is in her house. Both girls go shopping and discover that the alternative universe is very different. This film has full titles with opening credits and several green screen /Chromakey sequences throughout.
The Tailor of Hanningtons
Film of an edited interview with Alfred Huberman capturing his work as tailor at Hanningtons stores in Brighton and exploring his personal history as a Holocaust survivor and Jewish imigrant to the UK. Huberban talks of the liberation from the camps in 1945, his arrival in the UK as a child, his 55 years as a tailor, and the end of an era at Hanningtons.
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.
End of an Era
A short news documentary about the Balwin's Drapers shop in Haywards which closed in September 2016 after 80 years of trading.
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