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Halstead in Kent
|Date||March - October 1980||ID||7684|
This colour amateur documentary from 1980 features the history of Halstead in Kent. It includes various scenes of the village and surrounding countryside and is accompanied by a narrative about historical points of interest.
This colour documentary film explores the work of the Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind in Kenya and Malawi. It shows a mobile eye clinic; doctors using an aircraft to dispense care with 'Sight by Wings'; blind children in a rehabilitative school in Kenya; and blind workers in factories and on farms. This film includes footage of adults and children being examined and treated by physicians, including surgical procedures.
This colour documentary film showcases several projects by the Royal Commonwealth Society for the Blind and the National Association for the Blind in India, showing the rehabilitation and training of several blind men. The men are seen undertaking routine tasks that includes working on a farm, in a shop and operating light industrial machinery at a factory.
Kent: The Weald and the Marsh
Part of the 'Regions of Britain' series and sponsored by Shell UK, this Travelogue style film takes the viewer through the Kentish countryside including fruit orchards, hop gardens, villages, woodland, marshes and the architecture of the county. The film shows Canterbury Cathedral, Romney, Tunbridge Wells, Maidstone, the River Medway, and fishing at Dungeness.
The Weald and Downland Open Air Museum
Buildings and activities at the Weald and Downland Museum, filmed and narrated by Reginald Charman. The film describes the reconstructed ancient buildings and shows pottery from a Roman era style kiln being unpacked, along with a charcoal stack, visitors watching a horse-drawn plough in action and various steam powered farm machinery.
Once Upon A Farm
|Date||[ca. late 1980s]||ID||5913|
This colour film with voice-over narrative and music soundtrack, tells the story of farming and food production in the UK, with shots of mixed rare breed livestock on a farm and roaming in fields. The animals featured include: poultry, ducks, goats, pigs, horses and cattle.
|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.
[Splash: Pestalozzi Rushes]
|Date||15 April 1988||ID||8233|
Unedited film footage recorded during the making of a film by Thames Television about the Pestalozzi International Children's Village at Sedlescombe, Sussex. The children are filmed as they recreate scenes from their normal routines at the village. The film director can be heard in the background giving instructions.
Vintage Films present M. A. P. production... "Horsey Types", 1993. Maurice Puttock tours Surrey, Shropshire, Sussex and Suffolk for a narrated documentary on strong horses and draft horse breeds at county shows and working farm demonstrations.[Opening title music removed from online clip for copyright reasons].
Sevenoaks Cattle Market
An amateur film marking the closure of Sevenoaks Cattle Market in 1999. The film includes images of the market whilst still in operation and reminiscences by former market workers.
Movies and Memories: Wartime
|Date||11 June 2013||ID||10767|
A compilation of archive footage on the subject of the Second World War coupled with memories captured by Screen Archive South East from residents of West Sussex during an oral history and reminiscence project in 2013.
Movies and Memories: Wartime [archive footage with music]
|Date||11 June 2013||ID||10779|
A compilation of archive films from the Screen Archive South East collection and set to music composed for the archive. This compilation based on the theme of the Second World War features films from across Surrey, West Sussex and the South East of England.
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