Made by Bradford University, this is a film about life at university. It features students themselves talking of what they consider to be the advantages of studying at Bradford.
This film is a dramatisation of a young lady who goes through the application process, secures a job at the factory, and then proceeds to work her way through the training school lessons and exercises teaching new workers the proper way to work in sewing and needlepoint.
This film documents the different ways to properly fit a man's suit according to specific body types.
This film was made in order to accompany lessons for new young female employees to the factory. It is an overview of the proper ways to use and take care of the sewing machine.
This film is a updated remake of the 1962 training film by Burton Tailoring and is designed to teach new employees the proper way to use their sewing machines. This film adheres very closely to the original, using the same instructor, and updates a few points and title cards.
Opening titles - Basick Machine Training Day One
Machine Control, Correct Handling, and Machine Maintenance
This is a film made by W G Gregory for the Education Committee of the City of Sheffield to help young adults choose a career by providing information on all the courses that are available. The film covers a huge range of skilled occupations taught at technical colleges and provides a wealth of examples of the activities on offer in classes for those leaving school as well as adults. Throughout the film intertitles provide information, prompt the viewer with questions, and give advice.
Part of the Bradford College Collection, this film shows some of the classes in which students could enroll including a hairdressing course.
Part of the Bradford Technical College collection, this film contains footage from the Great Yorkshire Show, specifically showcasing the College's Wool Exhibition.
The following is a series of early cinema advertisements for local Bradford area shops. The adverts are all animations which publicise the following companies: The Ward Manufacturing Co., Thorn Bank College, and R.C Horne Dairy.
This is one of a collection of films made by the Selby Cine Club. This film provides a wonderful overview of the town of Selby as it was in 1965 and is accompanied by an interesting historical commentary. It shows pedestrians and traffic in the town centre, many of the shops, and includes the Toll Bridge, the Monday market, the Reverend John Kent giving a tour of the Abbey, the shipyard, the BOCM Mill, and a Council meeting.