This is a film of Hovingham over the course of a year, showing the different seasons and featuring the Hovingham Methodist Carol Singers.
Part of the Wainwright collection, this is a film of a family wedding.
This film documents the wedding of Ken Leckenby and Margaret Boothroyd at Harehills Congregational Church in Leeds, 31st August, 1972. The film includes extensive footage of the guests arriving at the church, a brief shot inside the church during the recessional, and finally scenes from the wedding reception at Temple Newsam Park. The film was made by members of the Mercury Movie Makers, of which Ken was a member, and is accompanied by a musical soundtrack.
This film documents the Rothwell Infirmary Procession July 20th 1913. This title has shots of the same procession from duplicate footage which can be found on July 20th 1913 Rothwell Infirmary Procession.
This film documents the events held by the Rothwell Parish Church School during 1913. Events include processions to the local church, the children's sports day and visit to the Empire theatre.
This film documents the ceremony held for the unveiling of the war memorial in 1923. Soldiers lead the people in a procession to the memorial where the priest performs the unveiling ceremony. The soldiers and people place wreaths at the memorial as a sign of respect.
Faith in the City is a collection of seven films make through the Renaissance Partnership Initiative to create a contemporary filmed history representing and celebrating cultural diversity specifically focusing on five different faiths and their communities in Leeds. Made in collaboration with Leeds Museums, Mojo Media, and the Yorkshire Film Archive, Acts of Worship focuses on the way in which people practice their faith during festival time as well as within their daily lives.
Made by Debenham & Co. York, this, this film documents the League of Nations Pageant procession through Queen Victoria Square in Hull.
This is footage taken during the period from 1934 to 1945 and captures many different members of the family. Also included are shots of Scarborough covered in snow from 1934 and also some magenta-tinted shots taken in springtime. The footage gives an insight into the family outings, local religious processions and the fashions being worn at the time by the Wilson family.
This film was made in 1953 and follows David and June Simpson on their wedding day. The couple have added some humorous touches by holding signs with pieces of information about themselves. Included in this piece are shots of the bride leaving the house, the couple leaving the reception and arriving at a house in Driffield.
This film is from a collection of films made by Leeds based filmmaker Jack Goldberg. The collection consists of footage from family holidays, weddings, family food shop in Leeds, and family activities. As the family are Jewish there are a lot of interesting insights into the family traditions, foods and religious customs. This film consists of footage from a family occasion at the Goldberg's home where they eat Jewish Matzah ball soup and unleavened bread. The film also includes footage from a family trip to Whitby and a wedding.
This film is from a collection of films made by Leeds based filmmaker Jack Goldberg. The collection consists of footage from family holidays, weddings, family food shop, and family activities. As the family are Jewish there are a lot of interesting insights into the family traditions, foods and religious customs. This film captures the engagement party for Lynne Goldberg and her fianc? and a trip to London by Edith Goldberg and some friends.
This film is from a collection of films made by Leeds based filmmaker Jack Goldberg. The collection consists of footage from family holidays, weddings, family food shop in Leeds, and family activities. As the family are Jewish, there are a lot of interesting insights into the family traditions, foods and religious customs. This film contains footage from a trip to Blackpool and two Jewish family weddings.
The film depicts the Sikh Temple in Bradford in 1972. Men, women and children have a meal in a hall, read books and attend a ceremony.
This film shows different places and events in the city of York. Many of York's historic landmarks are included as well as scenes of the Mystery Plays, the Regatta, and unique footage of the open-air market.
Part of the Wilkinson collection, this film features a school children's group participating in arts and crafts activities at St Mary's Church Hall in Beighton on Good Friday.
This is a film of the wedding of a relative of the Wilkinson family at Beighton Methodist Church, with the Girl Guides featuring.
This is a film of the activities of groups of children who are set various tasks to do in and around St Mary's Church in Beighton at Whitsun.
This is a film of a special Christmas Service at St Mary's Church, Beighton, with activities for children. Among the activities are carol singing, recitals and a nativity play.
This is a film of the St Mary's Church for the 'Children to Church Service', with the whole of Beighton Infant School in attendance. There is singing and poetry readings, and a thank you to retiring Head teacher Betty Hall on the last day the school year.
This is a musical evening held in Beighton Primitive Methodist Church, billed as a Flower Festival, to celebrate 100 years of the founding of the Church in Beighton. There are recitals on the organ and piano, and there is a singer.
This piece is essentially two films. The first shows Coronation celebrations in Harrogate and Knaresborough, and the second shows the actual event taking place in London.
Made by members of the Harrogate Cine Club, this film shows the marriage of a couple on September the eleventh, 1954.
This film captures a review of the Special Constabulary in Wakefield, 1981, marking the 150th anniversary. Attended by the Mayor of Wakefield, the ceremony features a brass band, a march past, and presentation of medals to distinguished individuals.
Shot in Leeds, and screened at the Leeds Film Festival, this dramatic short film is a fictional piece made by Leeds filmmaker, Simon Glass, which thematically affirms the importance of keeping up Jewish traditions in light of historic atrocities, such as the Holocaust. The narrative focuses on a Jewish Grandfather, who tries to impress upon his grandson the significance of dedicating the entire day to his Bar Mitzvah, rather than attending a party with his friends.