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No Milk Today?
Three pensioners talk about the help they receive from the Old People’s Welfare Committee (Age Concern) and express their appreciation of it. The spoken narrative is provided by each of the characters. The film was made for the Old People’s Welfare Committee by the Sevenoaks Cine Society.
This fast-paced amateur fictional comedy is based around the theme of a photographic competition organised as part of a church fete. An immoral curate and a hapless Guide mistress get themselves entangled with the efforts of a daughter and her father who are competing against each other to produce the winning photograph.
This amateur compilation of edited colour and black and white films as created by the Haywards Heath Cine & Video Society, demonstrates a series of filming techniques and narratives by the group made between 1964 and 1972.
This silent film drama made by Albany Cine Club members that passes comment on changes to the UK railways made by Dr Richard Beeching in the 1960s. This 1964 production entitled: "Hard Lines" outlines the plan of two criminals to abduct a woman and kill her. The plan is ruined when another train line is closed and they are unable to get rid of the body.
Five Films with the Theme "Business as Usual"
Albany Productions present... five fiction films, produced for the Short Film Team Contest in 1965, which all take up the theme 'business as usual'. Narratives hinge around a window cleaner who thinks his luck is in, a butcher driven to desperate measures to save his business, and surgeon called upon to perform an operation in a domestic setting...
For the Record
This short fiction film shows two women going to Eastbourne town centre on a shopping trip in a car, to listen to a record at a music shop. The film shows their journey through a residential part of Eastbourne into the town centre via Upperton Road, stopping at a small record shop on South Street. Once there, the young man at the desk plays them a Jazz track from a vinyl album by Erwin Lehn Und Sein Südfunk-Tanzorchester entitled "Made in Germany".
The Story of Yeast
A scientific approach to baking and making raisin wine, produced by the North Downs Cinematograph Society in the mid 1960s.
A painter and decorator backs himself into a corner, where he must be rescued from the powers above, in this Albany Productions Film Unit sketch, made in around 1966.
Six Short Films with the Theme of "Help!"
Albany Productions presents... six films with "Help!" as their theme, produced for the 1966 Short Film Team Contest. Short comedy sketches are set in a lift, on the beach at Hove and Brighton, in an ambulance and the home of a vicar, whose quest for a wife to do the dishes doesn't quite go to plan...
Travelure: East Kent Version
A promotional film made during the the 1960s to promote coach touring holidays in the UK. A fictional scenario is played out, whereby a young married couple enjoy a coach holiday. The film ends with an advert for 'Maidstone and District Coach Tours'.
On the way to a date with Jean, Paul is involved in a car accident. Believing she has been stood up, Jean is hit by a car as she goes to leave. The two eventually meet outside the hospital when they are discharged at the same time.
Five Films with the Theme "The Hotel Room"
Albany Productions presents... five films with hotel rooms as their theme, produced for the 1967 Short Film Team Contest. A man faking blindness mistakes a mannequin for a dead woman, a business man disappears through a door at Cliff Edge Hotel, a plumber gets up to no good, and a man decides to prolong his stay after a visit in the night.
The Magic Box
|Date||4 July 1967||ID||7752|
This amateur educational style documentary, provides a humorous look at the inner workings of a cine-film camera, with its mechanical process, methods of operation and use of attachments. The film demonstrates a range of in-camera special effects including an animated sequence alongside general operational practices. The film was made at the film-maker's home in Lusaka, Northerna Rhodesia (Zambia).
An amateur fictional film produced by the Eastbourne Cine Group. A husband seeks revenge on his wife and her lover, but ends up the victim when he is run down by the lover's car.
Our Little River
This colour film with titles, music and voice over narrative explores the route of the Mole River in Surrey from its source to the River Thames near Hampton Court Palace. The film has opening and closing titles.
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