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Aye Aye Captain in a DJ Shop
This live action animated fantasy narrative tells the story of a robber and a policeman in a street. The Policeman is then beamed up into a spaceship where he meets a group of aliens. The Policeman fights the aliens with his sword to get away. The film ends with the Policeman having a party. This film has a voice-over narrative with sound effects. The title music is provided by Beat Express, a learning disabled music group also supported by Carousel.
The Happy Journey
This colour fantasy animation is about two characters: 'Shi Shi In The Ground' and 'Sunny Ghost Head', that go on an adventure to look for a book. Along the way they meet some interesting people that tell them where to go using a different forms of transportation. The film has subtitles, music and voice over narration throughout.
This animated and live-action 'music video' style film shows a dream sequence of a young learning disabled woman called Debbie. Debbie is trapped in her house by her wicked aunt. The only way she can get out of the house is in her dreams. The film shows dream people guiding her and helping her to run away. The music is provided by Beat Express, a learning disabled rock group also supported by Carousel.
The Man in the Hat
This film, made by participants in Carousel, an arts organisation by and for people with learning disabilities, is a black & white animated music video that plays in reverse. It tells the story of the Man in the Hat, who encourages the viewer to follow the signs and movement he creates, as he dances and moves through different locations in a fantasy world. The music is provided by Beat Express, a learning disabled rock group also supported by Carousel.
Arrival in the Big City
This animated colour live action music video, was made by participants in Carousel, an arts organisation by and for people with learning disabilities. It illustrates what it feels like to be lost in a big city – everything is very big and scary, and it always rains. It includes shots of The Apollo theatre, Hammersmith. The music is provided by Beat Express, a learning disabled rock group also supported by Carousel for the Debbie Rock Angel Opera.
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.
Education Today For Tomorrow’s World
This promotional film was produced by the Pestalozzi International Village Trust based at Sedlescombe in East Sussex. The film begins with an overview of the history of Pestalozzi and goes on to feature interviews with students and staff about their experiences of Pestalozzi today.
This animated film was created by a group of learning disabled young people, facilitated by Carousel and Junk TV as part of the Oska Bright Film Festival and Young Roots programme. The film explores the history of their home town of Worthing, West Sussex, through documents and objects held in the Worthing Museum collections from 1800s to the present day. The young people narrate the story in their own words.
This colour contemporary dance and movement film, based on the theme of 'Animals of Land and Sea', tells the story of a group of wild animals attending a party together, with spinning star fish, lions and Elephants. A group of penguins decide to join in and make friends with the other animals. The movement came from stories written by the dancers, accompanied by a soundtrack that represented the sounds of animal life in the sea, the jungle and the city.
|Date||6th May 2008||ID||9882|
This animated colour film was made by participants in Carousel, an arts organisation by and for people with learning disabilities. It takes the viewer into a kaleidoscope world, following the journey of a little girl searching for a spinning top. Objects from Hove Museum's memorabilia collection inspired the young film-makers, who have a variety of learning disabilities, to complete the project as a team. The film is narrated by the group, with full subtitles, sound effects and music.
|Date||5 September 2009||ID||8601|
Unedited footage from the Pestalozzi alumni reunion of 2009. The film includes a number of in-depth interviews with former students from Pestalozzi, including people who were part of the original intake at the village in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
Hillside Beach Hut Film
This colour animated film was made by participants in Carousel, an arts organisation by and for people with learning disabilities. It shows a group of children from Hillside School, spending some time at their beach hut on Brighton sea front, socialising and dreaming about football, birds and sunbathing. This film has a spoken narrative provided by the children, with full subtitles and accompanying music.
Hillside Ice Cream Film
This animated colour live action film, was made by participants in Carousel, an arts organisation by and for people with learning disabilities. The film features a group of young children from Hillside School sitting together eating ice cream in a café – discussing what the ice cream makes them think about. This film contains spoken narrative from the children and subtitles throughout inter-cut with an animated narrative.
Joseph Emberton and his family [Jocelyn and Gillian Emberton oral history interview clip 1]
An edited extract from an oral history interview with Jocelyn Emberton-Underwood and her sister Gillian Farwell, talking about their memories of their father, prominent British architect Joseph Emberton, his home movies from the 1930s and 1950s, and their family life. This short film combines interview footage with material from the archive collection featuring their childhood home.
Memories of 'The Mount' [Jocelyn and Gillian Emberton oral history interview clip 2]
An edited extract from an oral history interview with Jocelyn Emberton-Underwood and her sister Gillian Farwell, talking about their childhood and the home movies in the 1930s and 1950s, filmed by their farther, prominent British architect Joseph Emberton. This short film combines interview footage with material from the archive featuring their childhood garden.
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