Amateur film194114 mins
The film shows Port Louis, the capital; workers on sugar plantations and road mending as well as colonial life in the then British dependency.
Swansea, Victoria - Pontardulais Railway, 1964 (June)Swansea, Victoria - Pontardulais Railway, 1964 (June)
Amateur film196412 mins Location: Pontarddulais
“It would be difficult to find a more lovely train journey”, declares Swansea’s Librarian, the film-maker and narrator. Prepare to be beguiled, station by station.
Merthyr Vale and Aberfan: Festival of Britain festivitiesMerthyr Vale and Aberfan: Festival of Britain festivities
Non-Fiction195116 minsSilent Location: Merthyr Vale/Ynysowen
The mining communities of Merthyr Vale and Aberfan pull out all the stops to celebrate the festival in style.
Drama-documentary198139 mins Location: Cardiff/Caerdydd
War and a grinding economy take their toll on the spirit and soul of the Welsh in this haunting, poetic study
Instructional film/TV programme197721 mins
In this surrealist short, John Krish and Michael Gilmour tell a perilous tale at the railway station. Mind the gap - this is going to get scary.
Non-Fiction19212 mins Location: Enfield
Difficult times for women's football, but it doesn't stop the battle of the lightbulb makers in North London.
John Betjeman Goes by Train: King's Lynn to HunstantonJohn Betjeman Goes by Train: King's Lynn to Hunstanton
John Betjeman revels in the pleasures of travelling along the small branch line from King's Lynn to Hunstanton.
To mark the release of Judas and the Black Messiah we present three acclaimed shorts starring Daniel Kaluuya.
Black Eyes, Black Lives
A selection of exceptional shorts from filmmakers, curated by S.O.U.L Celebrate Connect founder Iyare Igiehon.
Woman with a Movie Camera
Great films incite, others vex, a few elate. From pre-war to the present day, these remarkable works by international women directors do all that and more.