London’s Screen Archives enables Londoners see their past come alive on film. Managed by Film London, we are a unique network of historic film collections that cares for, collects and screens heritage film across the city. Together we preserve London’s rich film heritage from feature films to home movies, public information films, newsreels, and records of the capital’s many different industries.
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Arsenal May 1971
Islington welcomes home the 1971 double-winning Arsenal F.C. side including the team's first ever black player.
Amateur film 1971 1 mins Silent
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Fantastic scenes as fans walk towards the East Stand of Highbury. Aboard the celebratory double-decker are Eddie Kelly, scorer of the winning goal at Wembley; Arsenal's first black player, Brendan Batson; captain, Frank McLintock, and local boy Charlie George, who clutches the League Trophy. As the bus turns, the Gunner's record signing, the £100k teenage wonder kid Peter 'Hey Hey' Marinello, can be seen waving.
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Amateur film 1971 15 mins Location: Islington
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A group of Islington slum tenants unite to protest against harassment and demand decent living conditions.
Amateur film 1966 5 mins Silent Location: Islington
Scenes from a Polish Catholic community in North London of a Sunday service and dancing in the street.
Amateur film 1966 7 mins Silent Location: Islington
Students of a Catholic Sunday School in Islington celebrate a Polish holiday in traditional costume.
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