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Ramsgate Odeon Classic, Demolition of Herne Bay Cinema
This film shows the closed Classic cinema in Ramsgate awaiting demolition, followed by the demolition of the Cannon cinema in Herne Bay.
This amateur colour suspense film tells the story of an amateur film-maker working late at a colleagues house who is followed home by a stranger. This film has opening and closing titles with music.
This amateur society based drama is set in a British manor house where an elderly butler, repeatedly goes up and down stairs to tend to his master's every whim. He suffers a sudden heart attack and dies but he must climb more stairs to reach the gates of heaven.
Vintage Films present... an M. A. P. production 1992... 'Just Enough', an animated fiction film in which pieces of a jigsaw puzzle fit together with the help of 'eye wash' and a click of a man's fingers, produced by Maurice Puttock.
This amateur colour drama sees a couple move into a new house on a residential street. The new resident and his neighbour are both pipe smokers. Every time the new resident sees his neighbour, the neighbour asks for pipe tobacco. Now very fed up with his neighbour the man swaps his tobacco for ground up horse manure and gives it to his neighbour. The film has illustrated opening and closing titles with credits. The soundtrack has been removed from the opening and closing titles/ credits on this film for copyright reasons.
Your Very Good Health
In this Albany Cine Club drama, the Professor's plan to help a struggling snooker player does not go to plan but he clears the table anyway,
An amateur black and white silent comedy pastiche with intertitles and piano accompaniment. A couple's visit to a restaurant is fraught with difficulties, resulting in the couple having to request to see the chef for an apology. The film has opening titles, end titles and credits. This film won the Sussex Film Festival Club and Comedy Trophies and a Ten Best in 1996.
This amateur colour drama with animated 3D sequences tells the story of a worker (Malcolm) in the IT department of a company who lied on his application for an IT job. Unknown to Malcolm, the computer has a conscience and tries to tell him has no idea what he is doing and to go home. Eventually the computer gets up and walks out leaving the worker in stunned silence. The film has full opening an closing titles with credits. This film won the Albany Sound Trophy in 1996.
This surreal dark amateur drama follows the story of a girl that falls asleep and wakes to to find her 'twin' from a parallel universe is in her house. Both girls go shopping and discover that the alternative universe is very different. This film has full titles with opening credits and several green screen /Chromakey sequences throughout.
Part of the opening sequence to Suter's documentary about the workings of Amberley Museum near Aurendel, West Sussex. The film begins with a map of the site followed by an overview of the front entrance and shop.
[Amberley: Model Steam Fair; Domestic Museum; Blacksmith; Brewery]
|Date||28 September 1997; 2 October 1997||ID||7250|
Scenes compiled for a documentary on the workings of Amberley Museum by amateur film-maker B. C. Suter. Shots are either mute or with sync sound showing a display of vintage steam engines and railway locomotives. Items include: a narrow gauge ride-on locomotive; several men cleaning a small traction engine; a young boy playing with model boats on a pond; [not included in online clip] the interior view of a shed, showing home appliances and a scenes at a brewery.
This amateur colour comedy-drama production tells the story of a misunderstanding between two groups of friends that plan to meet in a village following their retirement, however one couple get lost on route and ends up at the wrong village with a similar sounding name. The film has opening and closing tiles and credits.
The Late Mr McKenna
This amateur colour comedy drama tells the story of Mr McKenna who wakes up late and gets to work just in time to deliver a presentation. Several weeks later Mr McKenna and his wife are expected at a formal church christening, which they only remember following a phone call from the child's parents, having mislaid the invitation. They arrive 'just in time', to witness the child receive a blessing by the vicar. The film has full titles and credits and out-takes / gag-reel.
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