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|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.
This short film features Thai children from the Pestalozzi Children's Village at Sedlescombe performing a dance as part of an ITV network fundraising programme. The children perform a 'rice dance' after handing a cheque to the presenter.
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.
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.
Vintage Films presents... an M A P production... 'Blooming Marvellous'. Maurice Puttock, a member of Haywards Heath Cine Society, describes the sounds and powers emitted by plants when in bloom in this playful film. This film contains sound effects and instrumental music to support the voice over. [Opening music removed from online clip for copyright reasons]
Aye Aye Captain in a DJ Shop
This live action animated fantasy narrative tells the story of a robber and a policeman in a street. The Policeman is then beamed up into a spaceship where he meets a group of aliens. The Policeman fights the aliens with his sword to get away. The film ends with the Policeman having a party. This film has a voice-over narrative with sound effects. The title music is provided by Beat Express, a learning disabled music group also supported by Carousel.
This animated and live-action 'music video' style film shows a dream sequence of a young learning disabled woman called Debbie. Debbie is trapped in her house by her wicked aunt. The only way she can get out of the house is in her dreams. The film shows dream people guiding her and helping her to run away. The music is provided by Beat Express, a learning disabled rock group also supported by Carousel.
The Man in the Hat
This film, made by participants in Carousel, an arts organisation by and for people with learning disabilities, is a black & white animated music video that plays in reverse. It tells the story of the Man in the Hat, who encourages the viewer to follow the signs and movement he creates, as he dances and moves through different locations in a fantasy world. The music is provided by Beat Express, a learning disabled rock group also supported by Carousel.
Arrival in the Big City
This animated colour live action music video, was made by participants in Carousel, an arts organisation by and for people with learning disabilities. It illustrates what it feels like to be lost in a big city – everything is very big and scary, and it always rains. It includes shots of The Apollo theatre, Hammersmith. The music is provided by Beat Express, a learning disabled rock group also supported by Carousel for the Debbie Rock Angel Opera.
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