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A compilation of archive films from the early 1930s featuring various locations and activities around Chichester Harbour.
Britain on Film - Coast & Sea - The West Sussex Coast
A compilation of archive films, with a specially commissioned musical accompaniment, looking at various locations along the West Sussex coast from the 1930s to the 1960s. Produced with support from the British Film Institute's Britain on Film Coast & Sea Programme Development Fund.
War and Peace
An edited film made solely using wartime footage from the SASE collection and produced by Screen Archive South East to mark the 75th Anniversary of Victory in Europe.
A Journey into the Weald of Kent
This film follows a journey from South-East London to Kent, focusing on changing seasons and rural images including hops, fruit trees, oast houses, and the harvesting of hops. Places featured include Nettlestead church, Sissinghurst Castle, Tudor gardens and Bayham Abbey. The film was sponsored by National Benzole and narrated by John Betjeman.
The Belle of Kent
|Date||28 July 1959||ID||1045|
A seaside publicity film advertising the attractions of the Kent resort of Margate. Narrated by Kenneth Macleod, the film promotes the seaside facilities and suggests a variety excursions that can be taken from there.
Amateur film with narration of the Golden Jubilee celebrations of Green Line buses marking 50 years of public service. Buses and trolley buses dating from the late 1920s to 1980s congregate in Crawley.
This promotional film examines the different approaches to Pestalozzi education around the world. The film is constructed around a play, performed by a Swiss theatre group who act out scenes from the life of Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi. A narrator, assuming the part of Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi, comments on the different approaches to Pestalozzi education as seen in Japan, England, Switzerland, Brasil and Burkina Faso.
Express Steam; Locomotives of the Southern Railway
Steam locomotives on the Southern railway tracks, including the 'Golden Arrow', the 'Atlantic Coast Express' and the 'Bournemouth Belle.
Joining 'The 39 Club' in Pagham, Bognor Regis
This extract from an oral history interview, conducted by Screen Archive South East in 2010, captures Ken and Val Chapman's memories of running the '39 Club' a youth club in Bognor Regis from 1968 to 1992. Footage from the interview is combined with archive film and photographs from the Chapman's own collection showing activities at the club.
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