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The story of Tansy, a shepherd's granddaughter, who is adored and mistreated by the men in her life, told over nearly an hour of footage and intertitles. Scenes are shot on location, setting action in the rolling hills of the Devon countryside, as well as interior sets. Intertitle styles make visual distinctions between spoken phrases by the characters, shown in bold white type over black, and the writer's voice, which is conveyed by elaborate script over the same still image. Several interjections are made by Hepworth himself, remarking on the narrative as it unfolds.
What a Hunt
This silent black and white fiction film shows a parish vicar hosting a garden party in the village of Norbog. But guests get a surprise when they come face to face with an escaped lion. A car accident leads to a romance, as a large group of villagers search for the lion. Upon returning to the church yard they find a child in a lion costume... is this the lion?
Amateur fiction film by Etham Cine Society about a couple held prisoner by 'thugs'. One of the prisoners gives a distress signal in morse code and the couple are rescued by a group of boy scouts.
The Shooting of Dan McGrew; Day Trips for Hikers
Two amateur comedy dramas from the Eltham Cine Society. The first tells a story of a murderer who is captured, escapes and is captured again. The second has a group of walkers encounter mishaps as they take a picnic.
Odd Man In
A drama about a man with no money in Tunbridge Wells who tries various modes of transport and finishes at a cricket match.
This amateur colour stop-motion film tells the story of a Swedish matchbox named 'Victor', who narrates his adventures from being sold in a local shop, to being discarded in the street when the matches have all gone.
Value for Money
An amateur fiction film telling the story of a clock that is bought and sold at different prices over the decades. The film features scenes at a bric-a-brac market.
The Old Violin
An Albany Cine Club fiction film of 1976. A man tells the story of a magic violin, which once saved a pub from a disastrous fate and still hangs on the wall in the pub, just in case the same fate should strike again.
The Story of Glimmer - The Little Cloud
This amateur colour children's illustrated and animated film, tells the story of a little cloud called Glimmer, who wants to find some friends of his own. The film has a voice over narrative and ends on a song. Opening and closing titles complete the film.
This compilation of scenes includes animated scenes filmed by Neville in the garden is followed by a short excerpt from a children's ITV programme The Adventures of Portland Bill, closing with brief views of Neville Gillings, the film-maker's son, during a bicycle race sat on his red racer to close the film.
The Titans: The Pyramid of Death [Children's Film Unit]
An animated narrative, filmed in a domestic garden in Patcham by a group of young friends including Neville Gillings, nicknamed the Children's Film Unit.
Cat Can Can
This colour animated and live action abstract adventure narrative tells the story of a pirate, a spaceman and a spider that set out together on a journey aboard a cat shaped bus. They end up at a disco on a flea’s back, where they all dance the Can Can. The film has subtitles, music and a voiceover from children throughout.
This colour animated & live action adventure narrative tells the story of a giant dead elderly woman, who comes back as a ghost because she missed sweets.
The Donkey and the Spell - L'ane et le Sort Jete
This colour animated live action and stop frame fantasy film tells the story of two enemies Super Mouse and M. Zabet. They both want the Cheese Tree. However, Super Mouse wants it to save the world and evil M. Zabet wants it to make money. They battle it out using magic and cunning. The film has opening and closing titles with English subtitles and a spoken English and French narrative.
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This animated colour film was made by participants in Carousel, an arts organisation by and for people with learning disabilities. It takes the viewer into a kaleidoscope world, following the journey of a little girl searching for a spinning top. Objects from Hove Museum's memorabilia collection inspired the young film-makers, who have a variety of learning disabilities, to complete the project as a team. The film is narrated by the group, with full subtitles, sound effects and music.
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