|Title ID||5537||Collection ID||713|
|Title||The Late Mr McKenna|
|Collection||Haywards Heath Cine Society pt2|
|Theme||Cine Club Film-Making|
|Keywords||Cars Clubs Film Making Houses Interiors Religious Activities Religious Buildings Trains Workers|
|Duration||9 min. 15 sec.|
|Copyright & Access||Copyright restrictions apply, contact Screen Archive South East for details|
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.
This colour comedy drama tells the story of Mr McKenna who wakes up late and hurries to get to work to deliver a presentation to clients on 'Time Management'. On leaving the house, the Postman hands him some mail which he promptly throws into the car. Some time later the McKenna's receive a call to invite them to a christening, enquiring if they received the invitation. Mr McKenna finds it in his car and they hurry to the church for the christening, arriving 'just in time' to witness the child's blessing by the vicar. The film has full titles and credits with out-takes from the making of the film at the end of the reel.
This film won the Albany Film Competition Shield and the Albany Greyner Cup in 2003.