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Brothers John and William Barnes were skilled amateur documentary film-makers, filming in Kent during the 1930s.
Ernie Trory was a leading figure in the Sussex Communist movement in the 1930s, filming many of their activities and demonstrations.
John Mitchell made several film portraits of Brighton and Sussex in the 1960s, primarily focusing on visitor attractions.
A unique amateur film collection made from 1937 to the late 1950s by Winston Robinson, the General Manager of Brighton Corporation Transport. Mainly shot on 16mm, the filmmaker had unprecedented access to events in Brighton during the Second World War and consequently captured scenes that have not been seen before.
Jim and Robina Greenyer made over eighty films during the 1960s and early 1970s, capturing their family life, items of local interest and making short fiction films with membership of the Albany Cine Club.
The Woodward family collection spans almost three decades from 1957 to the 1980s. The films record family scenes with the children at play, taking several outings, participating in school sports days and several family holidays to Paris, Germany and Spain. Of particular note are the films of Mr Woodward's time in Nigeria where he once lived and worked.
Eric Sparks was a keen amateur filmmaker, based in Worthing in the 1930s. His films demonstrate an interest in the railways and every day scenes in his local surroundings.
These family films by the Linehan family were taken between 1930 and the late 1980s showing family holidays, social gatherings for birthdays, weddings and at Christmas. The films also include some of John Linehan's working life as a medical laboratory technician.
This small family film collection includes baby scenes and scenes of friends on outings in Brighton and trips to the Kent coast in the 1930s.
Lewis Stanley Dudkin (known as Stanley) filmed his family, regular trips abroad, weddings and local events from the 1930s through to the 1980s.
B. C. Suter
An eclectic collection of films by amateur film-maker Barrett C. Suter from the 1950s to the 1990s. Suter had a strong interest in film, television and local history, before taking up film making as hobby. The collection includes items filmed in CinemaScope taken at the Amberley Working Museum, creating an extended documentary on the life of the museum.
Albany Cine Club
Films in the Albany Cine Club Collection span five decades, dating from the 1920s to the 1990s. Many of the films in the collection are sketch-based offering a comedic take on domestic relationships and working life.
David R. Durant Films
A collection of family films by Sussex based amateur film-maker David R. Durant. They include family holidays across Sussex, the West Country, Wales, Germany and France in the 1970s to early 1980s. The Sussex based collection also shows the wreck of Athena B on Brighton Beach and Durant's family at Chessington Zoo in the late 1970s. A series of transport films includes a car rally and several local air shows and displays.
A rich collection of colour 16mm films captured by the Giles Family of their home-life and activities spanning the 1930s to the late 1970s. Films in the collection include portraits of daily life in the run-up to the Second World War and the activities of the Auxiliary Fire Service along with domestic scenes and caravan holidays across the decades.
Francis Jefferis Williams
This collection dating from the mid to late 1930s features the family of Francis Williams in and around their Saltdean home.
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