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[Sally's Wedding Part Two]
|Date||[ca. late 1979]||ID||7683|
This film shows various scenes from Sally's wedding reception in a marquee. There are portrait shots of family members and guests with babies and a three tiered wedding cake on a table, where the couple stand together to cut the cake.
Yapton Pram Race
Scenes of a fancy dress pram race in Yapton, with people in various costumes including Bo Peep, BT’s Busby character, and a cowgirl. The prams are seen being pushed along roads and up a hill with traffic passing them, and crowds gather at the race finish. The film ends with various shots of family members and a pet dog chasing his tail.
A commuter fantasizes about a simpler and more animalistic life on his way home to his wife in this Penrose Film production, filmed in Hailsham, Milton Street and Chiddingly in 1982, and distributed by ITC Film Distributers Ltd.
[Snow Scenes; Etc.]
Tobogganing, dressing up and vintage commercial vehicle run scenes, filmed by Neville and Michael Gillilngs at home in Patcham in the 1980s.
[Hilary and Keith's Wedding]
This family film shows hHillary and Keith's wedding at at church in Wokingham, with portrait shots of the bride, groom and bridesmaids in floral dresses and skull caps. The second film shows brief garden scenes from the family home in Sunbury, where a man undertakes construction work and a woman watches from a ground floor window.
This film shows the Ridgway family and friends gathered on the Aldridge Hill camping and caravan site for the Whitsun holiday. Scenes include shots of the the family siting together for a meal, having afternoon drinks (Pimm's), playing a game of Scrabble and reading in the sunshine.
The Emperor’s New Clothes
This amateur version of the animated children's fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen, tells the story of a wealthy emperor who walks naked through the streets of his kingdom, believing he is wearing a magic suit of clothing only he can see. The film is illustrated and narrated throughout, with opening and closing titles and music.
This amateur comedy drama tells the story of a couple that order a mans suit from a mail order catalogue, but there is a mix up with the order. This film has animated opening title and credits with opening instrumental music.
This surreal dark amateur drama follows the story of a girl that falls asleep and wakes to to find her 'twin' from a parallel universe is in her house. Both girls go shopping and discover that the alternative universe is very different. This film has full titles with opening credits and several green screen /Chromakey sequences throughout.
UK Today Programme on Pestalozzi
|Date||9 January 1997||ID||8257|
An episode of the UK Today television news programme which features the Pestalozzi village at Sedlescombe. The film includes footage of the Pestalozzi Festival of Culture and a number of interviews with staff and foreign representatives.
The Tailor of Hanningtons
Film of an edited interview with Alfred Huberman capturing his work as tailor at Hanningtons stores in Brighton and exploring his personal history as a Holocaust survivor and Jewish imigrant to the UK. Huberban talks of the liberation from the camps in 1945, his arrival in the UK as a child, his 55 years as a tailor, and the end of an era at Hanningtons.
Mrs Emberton; The clothes we wore [Jocelyn and Gillian Emberton oral history interview clip 3]
An edited extract from an oral history interview with Jocelyn Emberton-Underwood and her sister Gillian Farwell; talking about their memories of the clothes they and their mother wore. This short film combines interview footage with material from home movies from the 1930s and 1950s, filmed by their father, prominent British architect Joseph Emberton.
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.
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