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Using a loose narrative, this film shows aspects of photography via a camera shop, a photographer at a wedding, and films being developed from negatives to photographic prints at Erricks camera shop in Bradford.
No Milk Today?
Three pensioners talk about the help they receive from the Old People’s Welfare Committee (Age Concern) and express their appreciation of it. The spoken narrative is provided by each of the characters. The film was made for the Old People’s Welfare Committee by the Sevenoaks Cine Society.
Children and Animals
|Date||[ca. 1961 - 1964]||ID||5806|
This film shows various portraits of children, pets and other animals in and around the Maidstone area of Kent.
A Pocketful of Dinars; Holiday in Yugoslavia
A two part travelogue film, showing a family holiday to the former SFR Yugoslavia, visiting several coastal towns and communities in Croatia, including Opatija, Dubrovnik and Lokrum island.
Street scenes in the Netherlands and Belgium, shot by Joe Franks while on holiday, a key member of the North Downs Cinematograph Society.
Weights and Measures Service
|Date||1963 - 1969||ID||1571|
This amateur film shows the work of the Surrey County Council Weights and Measures Service. The inspectors are seen testing a range of scales and checking weights and measurements at a variety of retailers and businesses. The postscript dramatises the new tasks the service will have to take on as a result of the 1968 Trade Protection Act. The film is accompanied by a music soundtrack and a narrative.
Coach Wise in Britain: Maidstone & District Version
A film promoting express coaches in Britain made in the 1960s and specially adapted for use by Maidstone and District Motor Services. The film features and is narrated by Johnny Morris. The M&D enquiry office features briefly at the end of the film.
Broadstairs... Of Course!
A promotional film advertising the Kent seaside resort of Broadstairs as "a place where history meets the sunny sands". Alongside the standard seaside activities, the film draws attention to the resort's unique attractions: its seven sandy bays, the town's annual Water Gala, and Dickens Festival.
Meander in Maidstone
This film shows various views of Maidstone, Kent. Including scenes along the Medway river and the town centre, with landmarks such as All Saints Church, Brenchley Gardens, the Municipal Theatre and the Granada Theatre. The film also contains scenes of widespread flooding in the area.
[Visit: Crawley Shopping Centre; Church; Gardens; Ridley’s Corner House]
This short film shows the Queens' Square Shopping Centre, Crawley with fountain and bandstand; a group of adults gathered outside a house or Guest House 'The Plyon'; a wide shot of the New Three Bridges Free Church with a large crowd of School children outside (some damage to film); a Senior group outing to Sheffield Park House and Gardens; and a group of adults in the Garden of the Ridley's Corner House.
[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".
Journey Home Stage One: Lusaka to Durban
The online clip shows the first part of this three part travelogue series, including the Puttock family returning to England from Lusaka via road and rail.
Let's Look at Addlestone
This Croach Oak Cine group film compilation offers a portrait of the village of Addlestone, highlighting several community and social service provisions from birth to old age including midwifery, schools, a youth centre, housing, sports, recreation and care for the elderly.
Panning footage of Brighton housing and commercial developments, recently built and under construction, taken by Stanley Dudkin in 1967.
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