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Caerleon Cricket Club
Caerleon Cricket Club’s players enjoy the sport in the seasonal sunshine.
Home movie 1937 4 mins Silent
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It’s summer and Caerleon Cricket Club players are in action, the film-maker recording their athleticism with slow motion shots. Ernest Charles Jordan II, son of Newport builder Ernest Charles Jordan, who owned the town’s White Rose Laundry, uses 16mm colour film, recently available from Kodak. The names ‘Reg and Walter Young, Pontnewydd’, are inscribed on the original can.
Amateur film 1935 1 mins Silent Location: Blackpool
Sand between your toes, and the thwack of leather on willow, make for a traditional British beach scene.
Sport 1977 3 mins Location: Camborne
Troon CC compete in the National Village Championship
Amateur film 1935 2 mins Silent Location: Stoughton
Kenneth Lockwood's 1930 film shows men of the Queen's Royal Surrey Regiment enjoying a game of cricket at Stoughton Barracks near Guildford
Amateur film 1973 3 mins Silent Location: Cawthorne
For local cricket players from a local cricket club playing in a local league, just playing is what matters; but winning is also nice.
Sevenoaks Cricket Bicentenary Week July 16-21, 1934 Sevenoaks Cricket Bicentenary Week July 16-21, 1934
Amateur film 1934 6 mins Silent Location: Sevenoaks
Sevenoaks celebrates the bicentenary of the cricket match between the Gentlemen of Kent and Gentlemen of Sussex
Documentary 1986 27 mins Location: Pudsey
The enthusiasm of cricket lovers knows no bounds, as seen here with Pudsey St Lawrence Cricket Club and their rivals in the Bradford League.
Documentary 2020 11 mins
Searching for one of the last people to speak Gayle - a secret language the gay community were forced to invent during Apartheid.
Animation & Artists Moving Image 2017 4 mins
A comedy-drama animation about two best friends growing up in the same world but experiencing it completely differently.
Drama 2019 14 mins
An African Pentecostal Pastor questions everything she believes after a life-changing event.
Drama 2018 8 mins
Samona Olanipekun explores the concepts of home, identity and belonging, from the starting point of the theme of globalisation.
Drama 2017 16 mins
Compelling story of a complex relationship between an imperious father and his son.
Documentary 2020 28 mins
Three African American fathers unravel the incomparable partnership of forgiveness and community.
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