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The Man in the Hat
This film, made by participants in Carousel, an arts organisation by and for people with learning disabilities, is a black & white animated music video that plays in reverse. It tells the story of the Man in the Hat, who encourages the viewer to follow the signs and movement he creates, as he dances and moves through different locations in a fantasy world. The music is provided by Beat Express, a learning disabled rock group also supported by Carousel.
Arrival in the Big City
This animated colour live action music video, was made by participants in Carousel, an arts organisation by and for people with learning disabilities. It illustrates what it feels like to be lost in a big city – everything is very big and scary, and it always rains. It includes shots of The Apollo theatre, Hammersmith. The music is provided by Beat Express, a learning disabled rock group also supported by Carousel for the Debbie Rock Angel Opera.
This animated film was created by a group of learning disabled young people, facilitated by Carousel and Junk TV as part of the Oska Bright Film Festival and Young Roots programme. The film explores the history of their home town of Worthing, West Sussex, through documents and objects held in the Worthing Museum collections from 1800s to the present day. The young people narrate the story in their own words.
This colour contemporary dance and movement film, based on the theme of 'Animals of Land and Sea', tells the story of a group of wild animals attending a party together, with spinning star fish, lions and Elephants. A group of penguins decide to join in and make friends with the other animals. The movement came from stories written by the dancers, accompanied by a soundtrack that represented the sounds of animal life in the sea, the jungle and the city.
|Date||6th May 2008||ID||9882|
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.
Hillside Beach Hut Film
This colour animated film was made by participants in Carousel, an arts organisation by and for people with learning disabilities. It shows a group of children from Hillside School, spending some time at their beach hut on Brighton sea front, socialising and dreaming about football, birds and sunbathing. This film has a spoken narrative provided by the children, with full subtitles and accompanying music.
Hillside Ice Cream Film
This animated colour live action film, was made by participants in Carousel, an arts organisation by and for people with learning disabilities. The film features a group of young children from Hillside School sitting together eating ice cream in a café – discussing what the ice cream makes them think about. This film contains spoken narrative from the children and subtitles throughout inter-cut with an animated narrative.
This live-action animation that tells the story of the exclusion of learning disabled athletes from Paralympic Sport, following the controversy surrounding several medal winners in the 2000 Sydney Paralympic Games. The film discusses the return of learning disabled categories in competitions for the Paralympic games in London 2012. The film has music and narration from a group of disabled young people with English subtitles.
Let the Games Begin
This short colour film made for the Oska Bright Film Festival, for the show Gold Run, is based on the theme of the Paralympic Games. The film depicts the journey a spectator might make from arrival at a sports stadium, until they take their seat to watch the sporting event. The film contains music performed by Beat Express, a group of learning disabled musicians.
Athletes Hope to Win
This colour spoof documentary with animated sequences, follows a group of learning disabled athletes who are 'training' for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games and live in the same house together. Their sports coaches, give them an unhealthy diet to eat, so they gain lots of weight and are unable to compete in their individual sporting events.
Sports Plus Energy
A colour animated documentary explores how young people with a learning disability feel about participating in sporting activity and the inspiration that it brings. The film is narrated by the group, with English subtitles and a music soundtrack.
Celebrities on Celluloid - Martha Gunn's Chatty Chat Show
This spoof chat show style programme discuses pre-Victorian, Victorian and post-Victorian celebrities from Brighton and Hove using live action and animated techniques. The programme is subtitled throughout. Presented by 'Martha Gunn', with guests that include 'Smoaker Miles', 'Maria Fitzherbert', 'Sake Deen Mohomed', 'Nellie Chart', 'Mary Hare', 'Helen Boyle' and 'Harry Cowley' all played by children from Downs Park School, Portslade.
Movies and Memories: Seaside [archive footage with music]
|Date||11 June 2013||ID||10778|
A compilation of archive films from the Screen Archive South East collection and set to music composed for the archive. This compilation based on the theme of the seaside features films from Bognor Regis and other seaside towns in West Sussex and the South East of England, dating from the 1920s to the 1970s.
Movies and Memories: Wartime [archive footage with music]
|Date||11 June 2013||ID||10779|
A compilation of archive films from the Screen Archive South East collection and set to music composed for the archive. This compilation based on the theme of the Second World War features films from across Surrey, West Sussex and the South East of England.
Modern Marvels: Spooky Horrors
Exploring the film heritage of Brighton & Hove. Film made by pupils from Hill Park School (formerly called Downs Park School) inspired by the film X-Rays made by George Albert Smith in 1897.
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