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A member of Brighton & Hove Cine Club records everyday scenes in Brighton and Hove during the mid 1960s. The film is a compilation of events, people and places.
Brighton and Other Places of Interest
This well-made amateur film extols the sights and activities that Brighton had to offer visitors during the late 1960s. The film, which includes a commentary and music, captures scenes from Brighton, its seafront, parks and gardens.
[Spitalfields Market; Building Work]
Film showing various activities, including an event at Spittlefield's market in London, clay pigeon shooting, a cottage and garden in woodland, a man water divining, and some construction and repair work on a building.
[France: Avignon; Paris]
Mr Horace Sheppard made this film during a holiday in France with his wife, Dorothy. The couple visit Avignon and Paris.
Value for Money
An amateur fiction film telling the story of a clock that is bought and sold at different prices over the decades. The film features scenes at a bric-a-brac market.
Haywards Heath Market
An amateur film of the weekly outdoor Sunday market at Haywards Heath. The images have accompanying music and commentary comparing the market to those on the Continent. The film-maker was a member of Haywards Heath Cine Society.
Our Incredible Journey
This film was made by Mr Horrobin to record a family holiday to Glasgow and the Scottish Highlands. The film records the journey up to Scotland by car as well as many of the sights visited by the family. They travel by car as well as taking a boat trip from Glasgow.
Portrait of Venice
This amateur travelogue-style documentary film explores the Italian city of Venice, supported by a voice-over narrative with music soundtrack. The film tours the canals, churches and markets of the city providing an historical overview of the construction and occupation of the islands. Views of the 'Regatta Storica' in 1971 are also shown.
A man buys a lawnmower in this short film produced by the North Downs Cinematograph Society in the early 1970s.
[Children from Ockenden Venture?] [Peru?]
Peruvian market scenes filmed in the 1970s.
[A Glimpse of Yugoslavia]
This amateur travelog-style documentary explores the former country of Yugoslavia supported by a voice-over and commercial music soundtrack. The film tours the regions of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia and Croatia; visiting areas of cultural note, markets and countryside.
Re-opening of Tenterden market
A short news item featuring the re-opening of Tenterden market. Following a brief shot of the town centre and St. Mildred's Church, the mayor conducts the opening ceremony and cuts a ribbon. The mayor and other invited guests, including Lady Nunburnholme, then go on a walkabout of the market.
[Trip to Turkey?]
This film shows a family holiday to Istanbul, where the group visit several of the city's mosques, museums, heritage sites and markets. The family make additional stops touring Anadolukavağı and Üsküdar.
[Work and Leisure in Nigeria]
|Date||1974 - 1975||ID||2779|
Scenes from a long period the Woodward family spent in Nigeria. The film shows the family relaxing at their apartment and by the pool as well as views filmed traveling around the country.
Focus on Hoddesdon
Ray Young narrates his film about the town of Hoddesdon - showing shopping precincts, historic buildings, garden centres and outdoor markets.
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