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This amateur colour drama with animated 3D sequences tells the story of a worker (Malcolm) in the IT department of a company who lied on his application for an IT job. Unknown to Malcolm, the computer has a conscience and tries to tell him has no idea what he is doing and to go home. Eventually the computer gets up and walks out leaving the worker in stunned silence. The film has full opening an closing titles with credits. This film won the Albany Sound Trophy in 1996.
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.
Various out-takes and rushes compiled for a documentary on the workings of Amberley Museum by B. C. Suter. Shots are either mute or with sync sound.
[Amberley: Printing Press]
|Date||[5 April 1997]||ID||7245|
Scenes compiled for a documentary on the workings of Amberley Museum by amateur film-maker B. C. Suter. A volunteer at Amberley Museum demonstrates how to print a design from a copper etching plate using a printing press. A technique originally used from the 15th Century. The woman explains her process to camera. This film has been partially edited, so contains breaks in the action and repeats in shots/narrative.
[Amberley: Brockham Station; Municipal Engine House]
|Date||1 September 1997; 4 September 1997||ID||7248|
Scenes filmed at Amberley Museum, and the adjacent Brockham and Amberly Stations by B. C. Suter. Amberley's special exhibitions being advertised on a board followed by a compilation of shots of the roads leading to the museum, the entrance way and the adjacent railway stations at Brockham and Amberley. The final shot shows the mainline network railway at Amberley station with a train leaving the platform.
[Flight Talk: Project Aircraft]
A language teaching session, which revolves around the verbal communication exchanges between a pilot and a communication tower in both English and Arabic, produced by H. K. Lewenhak for Visnews.
The Job Interview
Amateur drama about three applicants interviewing for an engineering job at a chocolate factory.
The Late Mr McKenna
This amateur colour comedy drama tells the story of Mr McKenna who wakes up late and gets to work just in time to deliver a presentation. Several weeks later Mr McKenna and his wife are expected at a formal church christening, which they only remember following a phone call from the child's parents, having mislaid the invitation. They arrive 'just in time', to witness the child receive a blessing by the vicar. The film has full titles and credits and out-takes / gag-reel.
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.
Movies and Memories: Oral Histories
|Date||11 June 2013||ID||10774|
A compilation of oral history audio recordings of residents of the West Sussex seaside towns, remembering their childhood and war-time experiences. These recordings were made by Screen Archive South East during an oral history and reminiscence project in 2013 and are accompanied by photographs of the interviewees and some of their own family photographs.
Movies and Memories: Shoreham-by-Sea [archive footage with music]
|Date||11 June 2013||ID||10782|
A compilation of archive films from the Screen Archive South East collection and set to music composed for the archive. This compilation shows scenes from the Sussex coastal town of Shorham-by-Sea.
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