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Darkness in the Sun
This colour dramatised documentary-style film highlights how communities in Nigeria view blindness and the burden the condition has on rural families. The film also explores the work undertaken by British born Ronald Babonau and his wife, via a training centre for local blind men, teaching rural crafts and agricultural techniques enabling the men to gain employment.
A River Runs Through Our Town
An extensive portrait of everyday life in the town and harbour of Shoreham-by-Sea. The spoken narrative describes each scene in detail.
[Families and Farms]
Opening with a compilation of farming scenes, Guernsey cows are cared for, men drive combine harvesters across the fields and tractors till the soil in footage spanning several seasons between 1962 and 1963. Family scenes are also included, filmed by Richard D. Brickell.
This compilation shows domestic and rural views of the family on a series of countryside walks, visiting a cemetery [dark shots] and paddling and swimming on a beach rock pool [Cornwall?].
[Alexis School Sports; Findon Gymkhana]
The film opens with scenes from a school sports day, recording various events and the prize giving ceremony. This is followed by footage of a Pony Club (?) gymkhana where the young competitors are in fancy dress. The film ends with scenes from a farmyard that the Woodward's daughters are visiting, that includes chickens, ducks, horses and a Corgi dog.
Spain 1963; [Pick-up and Drop-off in France]
A family fly from England to France and drive to Spain. Here, they visit many towns including Madrid and Seville. They also drop off a family member at Yport, France.
Grandma's and Grandpa's Wedding Anniversary
This family compilation shows the Brickell family's house and garden, parts of which date back to 1580, filmed by Richard D. Brickell.
[Cornwall Holiday] [Part Three]
A family holiday film to Polzeath, Conwall that shows a boat trip (dark images), a beach, views of Hayle Bay, with panning shots of houses on the hills above the coast, and exterior views of the family's holiday home "Rosanagh". The group are filmed packing their belongings and leaving in their car. Brief final scenes show a tractor in a field and a parked car.
[Colour on the move: Flower Show; Farming; Scouting]
Film of various scenes including a village fete, archaeological excavations, farming scenes and Scouts.
['Little Old Hay' Brenchley - No. 2]
A home movie capturing scenes at the family home - 'Little Old Hay', at Brenchley in Kent. The garden is the focal point of the film, and the setting of all of the family related activities and events featured.
['Little Old Hay' Brenchley - No. 3]
A home movie capturing family scenes at Little Old Hay. Family members and friends relaxing in the garden and helping with maintenance tasks. The film also features many shots of the garden and its wildlife, including wild birds, ducks and moorhens.
Land of Exile [Fundraising Film about Spanish Refugees]
A documentary made for Spanish Refugee Aid Inc., employing still photographs, film footage and intertitles, to tell the stories of Spanish refugees living in France in the 1960s.
Blind Farmers of the Sarawak
This colour documentary film highlights the work of the the Royal Training Centre for the Blind offering rural farm skills training to blind farmers in Kuching, Sarawak. The training is supervised by 'Ronnie Babonau' under the Freedom from Hunger campaign. Funds come from the local Sarawak association for the Blind and The Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind. The film has opening and closing titles with a voiceover narrative throughout and some music.
[Beach; Trips; Hop Farming; London Zoo]
An amateur film of family visits and outings in Kent and London.
The Terwick Water Mill
An amateur film documenting the fully operational Terwick Water Mill on the River Rother in West Sussex.
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