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Brothers John and William Barnes were skilled amateur documentary film-makers, filming in Kent during the 1930s.
John Mitchell made several film portraits of Brighton and Sussex in the 1960s, primarily focusing on visitor attractions.
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.
Royal Sussex Regiment Collection
A collection of films produced by and for the Royal Sussex Regiment dating from 1914 to 1960 when the Regiment was disbanded. The collection includes film of the first recruits joining the regiment at the start of the First World War along with parades at the Chichester Barracks and a promotional film recruiting for the Regiment in the late 1950s.
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.
Films made by participants in Carousel, an arts organisation that creates projects by and for people with learning disabilities. Many of the films are made in collaboration with Junk TV and Oska Bright and the collection includes mixed medium film, music by Beat Express, animation, and expressive arts performance techniques in the productions.
This varied collection by film-maker Roger Bernard Dunford, comprises several films showing his time with the Brighton Swimming Club, as well as ice skating in Brighton, plus a series of domestic family scenes and holiday films. There are also two Second World War service films taken during the time Dunford served in the Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve (RNVR) in Egypt and Ceylon.
Carousel: Modern Marvels
‘Modern Marvels’ was part of the Silver Screen project, a partnership between Carousel and Screen Archive South East. Young people with learning disabilities, autism and additional needs explored the film heritage of Brighton & Hove and produced four short films inspired by archive film originaly created by George Albert Smith and James Williamson. This final anthology of material was screened on a mobile exhibition unit displayed in several venues across Brighton and Hove.
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