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A Current Affair
An excerpt from an Australian current affairs programme, 'A Current Affair' originally broadcast in the late 1980s. As part of a London feature, the film highlights the Pestalozzi village at Sedlescombe and includes interviews with the children and staff about the work of Pestalozzi.
A View to the Future in Bangladesh
This colour documentary showcases the charitable work by the Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind in various regions of Bangladesh. The programme includes an introduction by Abu Siddique, Programme Director of the RCSB in Bangladesh. The film has a voiceover with opening and closing titles. Some scenes of treatment and surgery are shown.
This educational film is aimed at children and young people to warn them of the dangers of electricity. The film features a number of scenarios where children are electrocuted; a group of teenage boys are seen throughout the film; they ignore all the warnings resulting in two of the boys being killed when they trespass onto the site of an electricity substation to retrieve a football.
|Date||25 September 1988||ID||8234|
A broadcast recording with Harry Secombe presenting an edition of ITV's 'Highway' from the Pestalozzi village in Sedlescombe. He speaks to members of staff and children about life at Pestalozzi, introduces guest musicians and performs two songs in the grounds of the village.
This documentary uses interviews to give voice to the immigrant Bangladeshi women who are living in Brighton, women who feel isolated in their adopted homeland.
Kinderdorf Pestalozzi Trogen
A film composed of two sections. The first is a series of stills arranged into a narrative which tells the story of the Pestalozzi village at Trogen in Switzerland. The second, includes modern-day scenes from the village and is intersected with facts about village life.
[Amberley Working Museum] [Cinemascope]
This Cinemascope film shows highlights of a 'Santa's Fun Day' event filmed at Amberley Museum during this special event day at Christmas, followed by scenes from a motorcycle and car rally, steam vehicle rally and later highlights of shots of the equipment in the Wireless and Communications Open day and an interview with the Museum's director, who explains several of the Electricity exhibits.
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.
[Amberley: A Working Museum Part Two]
Part Two of a documentary produced by amateur film-maker B. C. Suter provides a tour of Amberley Museum circa. 1997. Workers at the museum provide demonstrations of their trades and craft skills for the camera including: Arthur Hafenden making a traditional Broom; a Stained Glass Maker's workshop; the Tools and Trades History Society exhibits; Motor Vehicles; the Wheelwrights and the Paviours Museum, among others.
[Amberley: A Working Museum Part One]
Part One [?] of a documentary showing the sights and sounds of Amberley Museum, its working machinery demonstrated by the people volunteering at the site, and by the objects, equipment and machines on display. The film was produced in 1997 by amateur film-maker B. C. Suter, who narrates the film.
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.
A Year in the Life of a Pestalozzi Student [Pestalozzi; Education Today for Tomorrow’s World]
|Date||March - April 2000||ID||8241|
An amateur film produced by students at the Pestalozzi village Sedlescombe as part of their video classes. The film covers aspects of life at the village, including daily routines, education, activities and outings. The students talk about their experiences and take turns in providing a commentary to the film. Their names are listed in the end credits.
A Year in the Life of Pestalozzi Students
An amateur film produced by staff and students at the Pestalozzi village Sedlescombe. The film covers aspects of life at the village and Hastings College, including daily routines, education and activities. The students talk about their experiences and take turns in providing a commentary to the film.
Millennium Pestalozzi Film
A professional promotional film produced on behalf of the Pestalozzi Village Trust. The film includes footage of Pestalozzi students and the work of the organisation, focussing on the Pestalozzi village at Sedlescombe. The film includes narration and a soundtrack throughout.
This documentary, produced for the National Geographic Channel, features the work of the Pestalozzi International Village Trust at Sedlescombe in East Sussex. Using a mixture of interviews with students, both past and present, and footage of the village life, the film explores the aims and impact of Pestalozzi in the UK and around the world.
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