Sponsored film196213 mins Location: Hemel Hempstead
Produced by the Hemel Hempstead Development Corporation in the early 60s, this is an update on how Hemel Hempstead has grown as "one of the 8 new towns around London."
Amateur film19307 minsSilent Location: Brooklands
The Kings of Speed - 30s style - thrill the crowds at Brooklands - the world's first purpose built motor racing circuit
Non-Fiction19018 minsSilent Location: Chester
Messing about in boats on the River Dee - fine frocks and frolics at Chester Regatta.
Non-Fiction190214 minsSilent Location: Liverpool
A steamship tour along the picturesque coast from Liverpool to the Menai Straits.
Amateur film19656 minsSilent Location: Alrewas
At a time when the rest of the world was waking up to the Beatles the village of Alrewas was quietly getting on in the way it always had.
Amateur film195612 minsSilent Location: Dingle
Riding around the city on the Dockers' Umbrella - the last days of an iconic local landmark.
Industry sponsored film191317 minsSilent Location: Milnrow
Milnrow locals are on the streets for their Whit procession, while in nearby Newhey cotton workers lark about
Animation & Artists Moving Image201813 mins
A post-Brexit pagan dance fantasy about a troupe of Morris-dancing badgers forced to confront the animals quarantined in a facility built above their burrow.
'Hands' Leaving Work at North-Street Mills, Chorley (1900)'Hands' Leaving Work at North-Street Mills, Chorley (1900)
Non-Fiction19003 minsSilent Location: Chorley
Lancashire cotton-workers pile out through the mill gates at dinner time.
An upbeat drama about 14-year-old oddball Toni who is having a tough time with the bullies at school. One day, the internet and a passion for performance saves her.
Documentary197719 mins Location: Scarborough
Scarborough has the dubious distinction of being the first place to experience total war, and this excellent documentary has rare footage from the time and eyewitness accounts.
Non-Fiction19689 mins Location: Baggeridge Country Park
Out of the darkness into the light. A farewell to the men and ponies of Baggeridge Colliery in Sedgley as coal mining in the Black Country comes to an end.
Documentary197825 mins Location: Norwich
A fascinating insight into the early work of the Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia 6 years after it's foundation by Professor Hubert H. Lamb in 1972.
Non-Fiction19351 mins Location: Chingford
Short newsreel item on the construction of the art deco Chingford Odeon, produced for showing in the cinema on its opening day.
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