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European Championships in Rome
|Date||1 September - 8 September 1974||ID||158|
Scenes from the European Athletic Championships in Rome, 1974. The film opens with shots of the stadium and the remains of an ancient Roman stadium. The Great Britain team parade on the running track holding the Union Jack flag. Various field and track events follow, intersected with shots of the scoreboard.
South Downs Way
This amateur colour travelog-style documentary follows the route of the South Downs Way, accompanied by a voiceover providing historical narrative on the route and local history of the areas it passes through. Members of the public walk, horse ride and fly model aircraft on the landscape. This film was awarded the Sussex Film Festival 1978 Challenge Cup Winner and won a certificate in the 1978 SERIAC competition.
The Year of the Voyage
A travelogue film of a cruise from England to Poland, culminating in a visit to Warsaw. The film consists of many scenes aboard the Polish Ocean Lines ship TSS Stefan Batory, and brief stops at various ports including Rotterdam. There is a long section showing views of Warsaw, including the Sappers' Memorial, the Old Town Square and the Royal Castle, and scenes of the group visiting friends in the area.
Tucktonia Model Village at Christchurch
|Date||[ca. 1976 - 1986]||ID||6315|
This colour documentary style film explores a tourist attraction and model village named 'Tucktonia' near Christchurch in Dorset. The film explores a range of buildings and landmarks, as well as explains the scale of the buildings through a voice over narrative. The film contains background music throughout.
Three Days Over There
A film detailing a trip over to France and Belgium. Various towns such as Brugge and Desvres are visited. There are several church interiors shown, as well as a WW1 museum with a preserved trench.
Sussex Coast 1979 - 80
|Date||1979 - 1980||ID||3112|
An amateur film with music and commentary which travels westwards from Rye along the Sussex coast, filming the towns, villages and beaches which populate the coastline.
Every Day’s a Holiday
An edited and titled film showing visits to various locations around England, and to Calais in France. Including scenes at Allington, Rye, Dover, Kingsnorth, Brighton, the Malvern Hills, Windsor and Eton. With views of historical sites such as Allington Castle, the Landgate at Rye, The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, the Town Hall in Calais, Hidcote Manor and Gardens, Woburn Abbey and Windsor Castle.
Would You Like To Take A Walk?
This titled film compilation shows a series of visits to friends and family (Paul and Will Ingwersen ?) followed by a compilation of walks and outings. These include a walk along a canal, a visit to Matfield Village for the village fair with a dog show and Knobbly Knees contest; and a tour of the Kent countryside (North Downs) to visit the the Neolithic tombs of Kit's Coty House and Little Kit's Coty House. The final scenes shows bedding plants in a garden (out of focus).
The Making of Woking
A history of Woking, charting the arrival of the London to Southampton Railway and the Necropolis Company, where the London dead were to be laid to rest. The film was produced by Woking Film Makers in collaboration with Mayford & Woking District History Society in 1986 and received a Bronze Seal award at the International Film and Video Competition at London International Film Festival in 1987.
[Lowfield Heath Windmill Removal to Charlwood]
A film that showcases the removal of the Lowfield Heath windmill, a post mill with a single storey roundhouse, from the Gatwick area to Charlwood, Surrey.
Mid Sussex Newsreel 2003
Members of Haywards Heath Cine & Video Society record various community events in the local area during 2003.
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