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This educational film is aimed at children and young people to warn them of the dangers of electricity. The film features a number of scenarios where children are electrocuted; a group of teenage boys are seen throughout the film; they ignore all the warnings resulting in two of the boys being killed when they trespass onto the site of an electricity substation to retrieve a football.
|Date||25 September 1988||ID||8234|
Harry Secombe presents an edition of ITV's 'Highway' from the Pestalozzi village in Sedlescombe. He speaks to members of staff and children about life at Pestalozzi, introduces guest musicians and performs two songs in the grounds of the village.
[Splash: Pestalozzi Rushes]
|Date||15 April 1988||ID||8233|
Unedited film footage recorded during the making of a film by Thames Television about the Pestalozzi International Children's Village at Sedlescombe, Sussex. The children are filmed as they recreate scenes from their normal routines at the village. The film director can be heard in the background giving instructions.
[Pestalozzi News Item: Anniversary [?]]
A BBC South East news item about the 30th birthday of the Pestalozzi village at Sedlescombe, Sussex. Reporter Robin Gibson interviews staff and children from Pestalozzi about life at the village.
Kinderdorf Pestalozzi Trogen
A film composed of two sections. The first is a series of stills arranged into a narrative which tells the story of the Pestalozzi village at Trogen in Switzerland. The second, includes modern-day scenes from the village and is intersected with facts about village life.
This promotional film examines the different approaches to Pestalozzi education around the world. The film is constructed around a play, performed by a Swiss theatre group who act out scenes from the life of Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi. A narrator, assuming the part of Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi, comments on the different approaches to Pestalozzi education as seen in Japan, England, Switzerland, Brasil and Burkina Faso.
UK Today Programme on Pestalozzi
|Date||9 January 1997||ID||8257|
An episode of the UK Today television news programme which features the Pestalozzi village at Sedlescombe. The film includes footage of the Pestalozzi Festival of Culture and a number of interviews with staff and foreign representatives.
A Year in the Life of a Pestalozzi Student [Pestalozzi; Education Today for Tomorrow’s World]
|Date||March - April 2000||ID||8241|
An amateur film produced by students at the Pestalozzi village Sedlescombe as part of their video classes. The film covers aspects of life at the village, including daily routines, education, activities and outings. The students talk about their experiences and take turns in providing a commentary to the film. Their names are listed in the end credits.
A Year in the Life of Pestalozzi Students
An amateur film produced by staff and students at the Pestalozzi village Sedlescombe. The film covers aspects of life at the village and Hastings College, including daily routines, education and activities. The students talk about their experiences and take turns in providing a commentary to the film.
Millennium Pestalozzi Film
A professional promotional film produced on behalf of the Pestalozzi Village Trust. The film includes footage of Pestalozzi students and the work of the organisation, focussing on the Pestalozzi village at Sedlescombe. The film includes narration and a soundtrack throughout.
This documentary, produced for the National Geographic Channel, features the work of the Pestalozzi International Village Trust at Sedlescombe in East Sussex. Using a mixture of interviews with students, both past and present, and footage of the village life, the film explores the aims and impact of Pestalozzi in the UK and around the world.
"24 x one minute films made as part of the Cinecity festival 2003 investigating the links between Brighton and its residents." Two of the films, ~St Nicholas Church~ and ~Birdcage Bandstand~, can be viewed on this webpage.
Opening Energy Laboratory at Pestalozzi
|Date||19 March 2004||ID||8255|
A BBC South East Today news item about the opening of an energy laboratory at the Pestalozzi village, Sedlescombe. Explorer, Ray Mears officially opens the lab, whilst reporter Ian Palmer talks about the purpose of the energy lab in promoting sustainable living. Ray Mears is also seen demonstrating bushcraft techniques to the Pestalozzi children.
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.
Joining 'The 39 Club' in Pagham, Bognor Regis
This extract from an oral history interview, conducted by Screen Archive South East in 2010, captures Ken and Val Chapman's memories of running the '39 Club' a youth club in Bognor Regis from 1968 to 1992. Footage from the interview is combined with archive film and photographs from the Chapman's own collection showing activities at the club.
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