Copyright, Data Protection and Equalities

The content of this site including but not limited to the text and the digital reproductions of the still and moving images herein and their arrangements are Copyright ©  Screen Archive South East at the University of Brighton.

Copyright on the original moving image material listed in this resource is either held by Screen Archive South East at the University of Brighton, or is owned by a third party.

The copyright in the original film materials in many cases may be owned by a number of parties and any requests for copyright clearance for use of the material should be directed to Screen Archive South East in the first instance.

The moving image video files on this site may not be downloaded, transferred, copied or re-produced in whole or in part in any manner or in or on any media without the prior written consent of Screen Archive South East.

Commercial users identifying any film or still image that they wish to reproduce on a commercial basis should always contact Screen Archive South East for further information.

The text and still images in this website may be accessed, printed and downloaded in an unaltered form with copyright acknowledged, on a temporary basis for personal study which is not for a direct or indirect commercial use. Any content printed or downloaded may not be sold, licensed, transferred, copied or reproduced in whole or in part in any manner or in or on any media to any person without the prior written consent of Screen Archive South East.

Screen Archive South East would like to state our thanks to those who allowed copyright permission for the use and display of works that appear on this site.


Screen Archive South East has made every reasonable effort to locate, contact and acknowledge copyright owners. There are a small number of cases where, despite our efforts, the copyright owner has not been identified. In these cases, we welcome contact from copyright owners and will take immediate action to gain any appropriate clearances or remove the items if requested.


Screen Archive South East is committed to the highest standard of quality in its work and every attempt has been made to present up to date and accurate information. However, visitors to this website should bear in mind that it is possible that information contained in this website may be out of date, incomplete or the opinion of the author.

If you notice information that needs to be updated or corrected, please do not hesitate to contact us. Similarly if you have any additional information about the films listed here or any related issues that you would like to let us know about, we would be pleased to hear from you.

Personal data

This website contains some personal data such as names of film-makers and some film participants. We have taken all reasonable care to ensure that we operate within the provisions of data protection legislation. If you believe that any of the data on this site causes or is likely to cause damage or distress to you or any other living person, please contact us with details.

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

SASE includes among its collections the historical evidence of sexism, racism, xenophobia and homophobia/transphobia in Britain and elsewhere. As a result, its database and its online catalogue contains terms and images which are offensive. They are used in the interest of historical accuracy and do not reflect the views or opinions of SASE, the University of Brighton and the archive’s partners.

SASE subscribes to and operates within the University of Brighton’s ‘Equality, Diversity and Inclusion’ policy. It states,

“The University of Brighton is committed to fostering a stimulating, supportive and inclusive learning and working environment that is free from discrimination, harassment and bullying. It aims to create a culture of mutual respect and support for diversity, underpinned by mutual respect and trust where all students and staff are able to achieve to their full potential. The university is committed to the fair treatment of all people, be they staff, students, visitors, or those applying for employment or study, regardless of age, disability, family or caring responsibilities, gender identity, marital status, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief (including non-belief), sex, sexual orientation and work or study patterns. The university acknowledges the duty of higher education in promoting equality of opportunity and furthering social inclusion.” [Accessed: 26 March, 2020]