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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.
There’s A Tree on Our Roof
|Date||[1982 - 1986?]||ID||6044|
The re-shingling of Newdigate Parish Church is told in great detail for this amateur documentary by the North Downs Cinematographic Society produced the mid 1980s.
[Double Take; Off Cuts]
Titles, outakes, offcuts, test footage and edits for It Takes a Woman, seemingly called "Double Take" while filming, produced by the Woking Cine Club in 1983 before the club was renamed Woking Film Makers in 1984. It includes footage of club members and children on location, cleaning the car, operating a camera and sound equipment, and standing with the clapperboard.
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.
[Visit to Schleswig School for the Deaf]
Animated titles and pictures narrate a trip made by Year 2 pupils at Burwood Park School for the Profoundly Deaf to Schleswig School for the Deaf in Germany in 1984.
[Hollycombe Park Railway; Amberley Chalk Pits]
Scenes filmed by Michael Gillings in 1984 while on outings with his son Neville to Hollycombe Park and Amberley Museum and narrow gauge railway.
Getting Your Own Back
|Date||[ca. mid 1980s]||ID||7946|
From a domestic kitchen to the local sewage treatment works and back again; the story of water treatment produced by John Boice and the Woking Film Makers. The voiceover explains the technical process of removing the solid waste and large debris from waste water, as it passes through the water plant. Scenes also show the main pumping station machinery, the sedimentation tanks, aerators and quality testing process before the water is returned to the river.
|Date||1986 - 1988||ID||7949|
This short drama shows several young women taking their turn at auditioning for a part at a local theatre, with opening and closing instrumental music.
The Making of Woking
A history of Woking, charting the arrival of the London to Southampton Railway and the Necropolis Company, where the London dead were to be laid to rest. The film was produced by Woking Film Makers in collaboration with Mayford & Woking District History Society in 1986 and received a Bronze Seal award at the International Film and Video Competition at London International Film Festival in 1987.
Aspects of Guildford
Visual essay set to music showing demolition of buildings, cranes, building societies, town crier and musicians in period costume at Guildhall, Pancake Day Race to the Angel Inn.
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].
A bookbinder talks about his trade at F G Marshall Studios, Banstead, Surrey.
This amateur colour comedy-drama production tells the story of a misunderstanding between two groups of friends that plan to meet in a village following their retirement, however one couple get lost on route and ends up at the wrong village with a similar sounding name. The film has opening and closing tiles and credits.
Movies and Memories: Wartime [archive footage with music]
|Date||11 June 2013||ID||10779|
A compilation of archive films from the Screen Archive South East collection and set to music composed for the archive. This compilation based on the theme of the Second World War features films from across Surrey, West Sussex and the South East of England.
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