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Road Across the Tamar
Folk songs narrate the building of the Tamar Bridge between Devon and Cornwall, completed in 1959. Footage shot from the water, sky and from the workers' perspective on the bridge is included in this H. K. Lewenhak production.
Six promotional music films that use dancers, props and performers, produced by H. K. Lewenhak for A Plymouth Sound in 1963.
[Darts Outing: Chessington Zoo]
An amateur film showing a Burns family outing with the Royal Oak Darts club to Chessington Zoo, Surrey. The family board a green Southdown coach following a brief stop at the Southdown Buffet room, for drinks and ice cream. At the Zoo the family visit several of the animal enclosures, the playground area and ride on the Go-Karts. Scenes also show a Scottish marching band on parade and the Guinness Festival Clock (or Guinness Time Piece) in the park.
Am venit in Rominia
A travelogue film, in colour and split into three parts, recording a holiday to the various locations in Romania and the United Kingdom, including substantial material showing Mamaia and Bucharest in Romania, and Odessa in the Ukraine (formerly U.S.S.R).
[Shopping Centre Pavilion ‘Good News’]
This very short film shows a "Good News" banner hanging in a shop window, the Queen's Square Shopping Centre in Crawley with a small choir on the Bandstand, and a brief shot of Ridley's Corner House, Crawley with small title "Home Again" in the bottom left corner.
For the Record
This short fiction film shows two women going to Eastbourne town centre on a shopping trip in a car, to listen to a record at a music shop. The film shows their journey through a residential part of Eastbourne into the town centre via Upperton Road, stopping at a small record shop on South Street. Once there, the young man at the desk plays them a Jazz track from a vinyl album by Erwin Lehn Und Sein Südfunk-Tanzorchester entitled "Made in Germany".
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.
A portrait of Sussex in the evening light as the sun disappears and the tools of work are laid down, produced by Albany Productions Film Unit in around 1966.
Looking on Darkness
This colour documentary film explores the lives of blind children in Malawi and how new schemes help to provide open primary education for both blind and sighted children in the same classroom. The film also explores village life from the perspectives of blind and sighted children and follows a group of teachers as they undergo training to learn the techniques needed to teach in the open school environment. The film has opening and closing titles, music and credits.
[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.
This amateur film shows several audio Foley techniques and edited sound effects over short film clips, followed by a series of film transitions demonstrating a Fade, Wipe and Cut over a coloured background.
Haywards Heath Town Band
Haywards Heath Cine Society films the multigenerational members of Haywards Heath Town Band gathering and performing on a garden patio.
[Christian Convention, Open Day]
Amateur colour footage of a meeting of the Life For Work Trust at Crutchfield Manor where young adult men give testimonies about finding Christianity, and where the guests and members are entertained with live music.
[Outdoor Worship at St. Cuthman's in Whitehawk]
This amateur film features an open air worship service organised by St. Cuthman's Church in Whitehawk, Brighton. The congregation sing modern worship songs, accompanied by people playing guitars. The priest gives a children's talk before they parade back to the church. The film also shows an adult being baptised by full immersion.
Down Your Way: Pestalozzi Conversation
|Date||[ca. early 1970s]||ID||8102|
An excerpt from an edition of BBC radio 'Down Your Way'. The presenter visits the Pestalozzi Children's village at Sedlescombe where he interviews Errol Christie about Pestalozzi and the differences between the British and Swiss villages. The presenter also interviews students from the village about their experiences and the guests pick a song which is played in between the interviews.
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