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[Late Night Line-Up - Brighton Festival]
|Date||13 May 1968||ID||460|
This film was produced for the daily BBC2 arts programme "Late Night Line-Up". Using a series of interviews and actuality footage, it looks at the content of the Brighton Festival, only in its second year and considers its potential for development.
|Date||1968; 1969; 1970; 1972||ID||1649|
A compilation of films made at Claygate Primary School to record their annual May Festival celebrations. Each year the May Queen and her 'court' in fancy dress are filmed as they make their way to the Queen's throne on the school sports field. Entertainment in the form of dancing and athletic demonstrations are performed by fellow pupils as parents and teachers look on.
[Local scenes and events in south east Kent]
This amateur film captures local scenes and events from Folkestone in Kent. Children enjoy the amusements and activities on the seafront, bets are placed at the annual donkey derby and artists exhibit their paintings on the promenade. Elsewhere, on the farm at Charing the sheep are sheered by the farmer.
Two Way Ticket
A promotional film commissioned by the The Pestalozzi Children’s Village Trust. Scenes of children at the Pestalozzi village at Sedlescombe are accompanied by a narrative about the work of the trust, its history and future work. The key message of the film is that Pestalozzi children are on a "two-way ticket [to] new hope and a brighter future".
[Good Shepherd Flower Festival]
|Date||[5 - 7 September, 1969?]||ID||235|
A flower festival held at The Church of the Good Shepherd, Mile Oak is captured in this amateur film by a member of the Brighton & Hove Cine Club. Flower arrangements are seen on display inside the church building; a poster outside advertises the festival. The film closes with shots of flowering plants in the church garden.
They Built It Themselves
|Date||1969 - 1972||ID||5769|
A promotional film about the work of the Pestalozzi Children's Village, Sedlescombe. Richard Baker introduces the film with the aim of raising funds for, and awareness of, Pestalozzi. The children are filmed helping to construct a new national house to accommodate new arrivals at the village. At the end of the film Richard Baker makes an appeal for donations.
The Herne Bay Newsreel 1969 
One of a series of newsreels featuring events in the town of Herne Bay in 1969 and 1970. The film includes coastal protection works, the Hospital Fete, the Archbishop of Canterbury at a Reculver ceremony, then in 1970 sailing, the Carnival, the destruction of the pier pavilion, a Fete, Road development, an exhibition and market, tennis, and shops.
This amateur film records events at the annual fair in the East Sussex village of Ditchling. It has an soundtrack comprising of commentary and specifically composed folk songs which narrate the story of the images.
Been and Seen
An amateur compilation of places and events in southeast England. The film, which includes intertitles, captures places of interest at various locations in the southeast, including scenes from a Dickens Festival at Broadstairs.
Let’s Go Out
A Thames Television production aimed at children encouraging them to go and explore the place in which they live. The programme features the Pestalozzi village at Sedlescombe. The Warden Mr Gale is interviewed about the work of the Pestalozzi Children's Village Trust which aims to foster a spirit of internationalism and service. Many of the children recall their own experiences of life at the village and the Headmaster of Claverham Community College speaks about their integration into the school.
A member of Haywards Heath Cine Society makes a record of the Ditchling Fair. Images include footage of the festival queen being crowned, a performance of 'George and the Dragon', a dog obedience display and a marching band.
An amateur film of the 1981 Horsham Festival. The film opens with the title: "Horsham Festival '81". Shots of the parade and the crowd gathered on Queen Street to watch. Bagpipers lead the parade and are followed by a variety of decorated floats and vintage vehicles. Uniformed organisations, such as the Boys and Girls Brigade also take part in the parade.
The Pestalozzi Story
|Date||9 April 1984||ID||8230|
An promotional film commissioned by the Pestalozzi Children’s Village Trust. The film compares life in developing countries with the opportunities Pestalozzi children receive at Sedlescombe, Sussex.
A Milestone for Crawley
A well-made amateur film from 1989 which documents the development of the Hawth Theatre and Arts Centre, Crawley. The film features many local artistic and cultural groups and examines the impact the new centre will have on the town.
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.
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