Non-Fiction198012 mins Location: Halifax
A rare behind the scenes film of the police, and both sides of the conflict, in action at anti-fascist demos in Dewsbury and Halifax, notable for Asian self-organisation.
Home movie196810 mins Location: Knaresborough
From its market stalls to its house and chapel in the rock, and on to its petrifying well and Mother Shipton pub, Knaresborough shines forth in all the glory of Kodachrome colour.
Industry sponsored film195918 mins Location: Sunderland
A cheery public relations film, laced with English romanticism, illustrates the long journey of local water from scenic Burnhope Reservoir to a Sunderland tap.
Travelogue194834 mins Location: St Ives
Take a tour through St Ives' labyrinthine cobbled streets - Love Lane, Fish St and Teetotal St - crammed with colourful characters, and plenty of cats!
Travelogue195615 mins Location: Rugby
A wonderful short film, produced by British Transport Films, about travelling around Britain by bicycle - with the help of the odd train.
Amateur film19517 mins Location: Scarborough
Not too sure what the poison would be in this delightful film of two couples enjoying the Yorkshire coast, certainly not the end of the day beer.
Non-Fiction19809 mins Location: Gawthorpe
The World Coal Carrying Contest produces plenty of sweat and neck ache as the men and women contestants battle it out on the streets of Gawthorpe.
Non-Fiction19695 mins Location: Falmouth
Merchant Officer Robin Knox Johnston is the first person ever to complete a solo single-handed round-the-world yacht race.
Non-Fiction19624 mins Location: Talysarn
Horse-drawn railway: 'Prince' and 'Corwen' pull slate wagons from Pen-yr-Orsedd quarry to Tal-y-sarn station, guided by Mr Oswald Jones, guard/driver.
The final year of the war was a tough one for British film, but the industry did its patriotic best.
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