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Point to Point
A Point to Point horse race at Charing in Kent and a fox hunt. Inclues hunting of foxes by foxhounds and scenes of men repairing a fence damaged by animal rights activists. The racing scenes show the day before the race, the race itself and the next day clean up.
Look at Me
This amateur highly elaborate colour spy film opens with archive or commercial war material telling the story of a British agent that has been sent to collect information from a Russian science specialist Yuri Bolenkoff to trade for safe passage in the UK. Unfortunately others are after the information or want to seek revenge for past meetings. This film has opening titles and credits with music.
It Happened in 1979
An amateur compilation of national, local and domestic news stories as they unfold during 1979. The film includes a commentary, soundtrack and numerous shots of newspaper headlines and television footage highlighting events which occurred during the year, focussing heavily on the 'Winter of Discontent'.
The Star Wars Threat
A film made in protest against British support of Reagan's Strategic Defense Initiative or "Star Wars" policy, produced by H. K. Lewenhak while Head of International Training at Visnews in London, and Chairman of the ACTT Peace and Disarmament Committee. A professor at Imperial College London narrates the film, which includes animations and protest footage.
We Are Many
A portrait of the 1983 peace protests against nuclear missiles staged in cities across Europe and the world, produced by H. K. Lewenhak. Banners, voices and titles are in English and several other languages.
Who Was Harry Cowley?
This professionally-made film uses archive images, reconstructions and interviews to narrate the life and work of Harry Cowley, one of Brighton's foremost working-class heroes.
[Brighton: West Pier Scenes]
Brighton Seafront scenes taken by B. C. Suter in the 1980s, featuring views of the West Pier and members of the Brighton branch of the National Union of Railwaymen rallying together on the seafront, following a protest march.
[The Making of the Film: March to Aldermaston]
A documentary interviewing the makers of the film 'March to Aldermaston', produced by the Film and TV Committee for Nuclear Disarmament in 1958-1959. Interviewees tell of how a number of individuals and processing labs were brought together, volunteering to produce the film, and of director Lindsay Anderson's role in the shooting and editing of the film.
|Date||1991 - 1992||ID||5225|
A protest film urging for the need to "change direction" with regards to nuclear weapons manufacture and nuclear power. The film, made for the International Peace Bureau by BECTU Peace & Environment Committee in the early 1990s, includes television and news footage of nuclear disasters, weapons manufacture, and mining for uranium.
HM The Queen, Elizabeth II Visit to Brighton
|Date||29 March 2001||ID||4440|
HM Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh visit Brighton and Hove for the first time since it was granted city status. An amateur cameraman is given exclusive access to film the Royal visitors at a reception in the Corn Exchange and on a walkabout in the city centre.
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