Looking Back - Plymouth Hoe, where you can hear the band and see 'The Sound'Looking Back - Plymouth Hoe, where you can hear the band and see 'The Sound'
Non-Fiction19303 minsSilent Location: Plymouth
A look at Plymouth in the 1930s: the forgotten gems
When the future rocks up at your front door and punches you in the face, there's only one thing to do: go on a massive f*cking bender.
Employees of Marshall's Engineering Works, Gainsborough (1908)Employees of Marshall's Engineering Works, Gainsborough (1908)
Non-Fiction19085 minsSilent Location: Gainsborough
Edwardian engineers and their marvellous machines at Britannia Ironworks, Lincolnshire.
Teenage Freddie doesn't seem to think that the apocalypse would be all that bad, as he boogies his troubles away on a gorgeous sunny hill.
192411 mins Location: Limehouse
Part of Wonderful London, the BFI National Archive’s programme of restored London travelogues, filmed in the capital in the 1920s.
Amateur film19487 minsSilent Location: Stowmarket
Back in 1948, Stowmarket Carnival took place over 9 days at the end of June with a wonderful mix of events for all ages. This year also saw the first Carnival Queen competition.
Filmed at the time Hockney was painting Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy, this compelling study concentrates on the textures and light which surround the artist in his home and studio.
Amateur film197817 mins Location: Watford
In 1978, Prince Charles arrives to open the new YMCA in Charter Place. This film goes back to chart the Ј12 million development which transformed the heart of Watford.
Animation & Artists Moving Image197832 minsSilent Location: Hackney Marsh
Tower block life is explored and the documentary form re-imagined by artist John Smith.
Science Fiction191360 mins Location: London
Britain's first full-length science fiction feature has been restored by the BFI National Archive and given a new score by composer Matthew Herbert, commissioned by the BFI and the BBC.
Interesting doc following the Black Theatre of Brixton, which produced more black plays in two years than the whole of English theatre had in the previous twenty-five.
Documentary19600 mins Location: Draperstown
Celebrate parish life rich with performances ranging from school plays to a reformed Sunday Mass and the awkward rituals of the parish dance.
Documentary196332 mins Location: Camberwell
Looking back at Camberwell's Victorian history, and forward to the future, this film captures the impact of changing architecture on local residents.
Non-Fiction19792 mins Location: Corby
Save Steel to Save Corby' the banners call. This has become more than a battle to save a steelworks, it's the fight for a whole town's existence.
Amateur film19743 minsSilent Location: Brighton
There's an impressive line-up of preserved steam at Brighton Station in this film from the early seventies
Black Eyes, Black Lives
A selection of exceptional shorts from filmmakers, curated by S.O.U.L Celebrate Connect founder Iyare Igiehon.
Commercial Break: British Advertising on Screen
Few films capture our hopes, fears and desires in such a compact expressive form as the screen advertisement.
Bring the restaurant to you: gastronomic inspiration for novice cooks and greedy gourmands