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A Bus for All People
|Date||25 January 2001||ID||4349|
A film, made by the Mid-Sussex Camcorder & Cine Society, describing the Hurst and Hassocks Community Bus service. The service provides transport for the elderly and disabled and other community members around Mid Sussex.
HM The Queen, Elizabeth II Visit to Brighton
|Date||29 March 2001||ID||4440|
HM Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh visit Brighton and Hove for the first time since it was granted city status. An amateur cameraman is given exclusive access to film the Royal visitors at a reception in the Corn Exchange and on a walkabout in the city centre.
The Tale of the Lonely Daisy
This narrated amateur 3D children's animation, tells the story of a young girl out on a walk, who picks a lone daisy in a meadow. After taking it home, loving and caring for it, the daisy turns into a beautiful fairy, releasing her from an evil spell cast upon her by a wicked witch.
The British at Belsen
A 'talking head' piece to camera film in which a former British soldier recounts his unenviable role in the clearing-up operation at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1945.
[Ightham Coxcombe Fair Jubilee Celebration]
An amateur film recording the village of Ightham during the Golden Jubilee year 2002. A tour of the village is followed by images of the Ightham Coxcombe Fair, a local event which was specifically revived to celebrate the Jubilee.
Not California: This is Surfing in Brighton
This artist film offers an energetic portrayal of surfing at five locations along Brighton's coastline, using a variety of camera and editing techniques and musical accompaniment.
The Job Interview
Amateur drama about three applicants interviewing for an engineering job at a chocolate factory.
Mid Sussex Newsreel 2003
Members of Haywards Heath Cine & Video Society record various community events in the local area during 2003.
The Late Mr McKenna
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.
A Knight to Remember
This amateur spoof drama follows the developing relationship between a couple after their date at a cinema to see a French film.
Useful and Beautiful
Kerry Bosworth demonstrates the processes used at JCJ Potters in Stone Cross, East Sussex. The film, produced by amateur film-makers Harry Lederman and Alan Tutt in 2005, is narrated by the owner, Jonathan Chiswell Jones.
Jonathan Chiswell Jones, of JCJ Potters in Stone Cross, East Sussex, demonstrates the ancient art of lustreware pottery in this documentary by amateur film-makers Harry Lederman and Alan Tutt. Chiswell Jones throws, colours and glazes a christening bowl before it is decorated with the silver pigment and fired in the kiln. Produced in 2005, it won two prestigious awards at the British International Amateur Film Festival.
Trug makers Sarah Page and Tim Franks demonstrate how a traditional Sussex basket is made using sweet chestnut and willow, a craft that is under threat of extinction. The film, produced by amateur film-makers Harry Lederman and Alan Tutt in 2007, features footage of The Truggery from Screen Archive South East, filmed by F. P. Barnitt in the 1930s.
|Date||5 September 2009||ID||8601|
Unedited footage from the Pestalozzi alumni reunion of 2009. The film includes a number of in-depth interviews with former students from Pestalozzi, including people who were part of the original intake at the village in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
Sightsavers Sussex Giving the Gift of Sight
A documentary about the charity Sightsavers and their work to help prevent and cure avoidable blindness in the world. The film includes some amateur film footage of Haywards Heath in 1971 when the charity started as well as footage from the Sightsaver film collection at SASE and an interview with the archivist at SASE.
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