An amateur film by Betty Cook and Peter Whitaker from the Cleveland Cine Club of the British Grand Prix taking place at Brands Hatch motor racing circuit near Swanley in Kent on the 20th July 1974. The film also includes film of the practice sessions taken over the previous few days. As well as the racing taking place on the track, the film include views of the crowds enjoying themselves as well as many of the international drivers taking part including Maria Grazia "Lella" Lombardi, one of the first female Formula 1 drivers who debuted during this Grand Prix. The film also includes an audio interview with Graham Hill about his racing career.
An amateur film by Betty Cook of the Cleveland Cine Club showing activities taking place in the pit lane at Silverstone Circuit in Northamptonshire before a Formula 1 Grand Prix race, possibly 1975. The film doesn't come with any commentary but is played over a cover version of the Isaac Hayes hit 'Shaft'.
A home movie by Betty Cook of the Cleveland Cine Club of a family caravanning holiday in 1975. The primary focus of the trip was to attend the British Grand Prix taking place at the Silverstone Circuit in Northamptonshire on the 19th July and includes footage of James Hunt giving autographs to fans. As well as the Grand Prix the film also includes a visit the Donnington Collection, the world's largest museum of Grand Prix cars in Derbyshire and a visit to the canals and waterways near Stony Stratford in Buckinghamshire and Bourton on the Water in Gloucestershire.
A slightly risqué comic film by Betty Cook and Peter Whitaker of the Cleveland Cine Club played along to the song 'His Pop Up Doesn't Pop Up Anymore' about a man having problems with his…. Toaster.
A mystery film produced by members of the Cleveland Cine Club featuring founding member Betty Cook as the mother looking for her two children who disappear in a wood.
An amateur film by Betty Cook of the Cleveland Cine Club of the Lowther Horse Driving Trials and Country Fair taking place at Lowther Castle near Penrith in Cumbria that features HRH Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh.
An amateur film by Betty Cook of Cleveland Cine Club looks at the craft of lapidary, which involves the polishing of stones and the mounting of them for costume jewellery, trophies and other decorative items. The film looks at the finding of suitable stones out in the field and the various processes involved to produce a finished item for display.
An amateur film made by a member of the Cleveland Cine Club of performers and spectators at the 12th International Billingham Folklore Festival in 1976
An amateur film produced by Betty Cook and Peter Whitaker of the Cleveland Cine Club recording events taking place during and after a major fire at the Clarence Works of British Steel Chemicals at Port Clarence on August 23rd 1976.
A film by the Cleveland Cine Club shot at a number of outdoor locations where the camera focuses on only the legs and feet of the people walking past.
An amateur film made by Betty Cook of a Royal visit, possibly by Queen Elizabeth II, to RAF Finningley near Doncaster in South Yorkshire where she is attending a military parade. The visit may possibly be related to Betty Cook’s husband Arthur who served in the RAF during World War Two.
A short artistic film by Betty Cook of the Cleveland Cine Club showing a young woman (Julie Allan) walking through snowy park and posing for the camera.
A quirky stop-motion animation produced by Betty Cook with the assistance of M. Sheret and Anno Wilson of the Cleveland Cine Club telling the story of a Martian who lands on earth. Letters on a newspaper sandwich board are re-arranged on the ground by the Martian to reveal the films true intention.
An amateur film by Leonard Winter of the Cleveland Cine Club of decorated streets, events and parades taking place in and around Middlesbrough as part of the Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee celebrations in 1977.
An amateur film by Betty Cook of the British Grand Prix taking place at the Silverstone Circuit in Northamptonshire on the 16th July 1977. As well as the Grand Prix itself, that was won by James Hunt, the film records the practice sessions taking place a few days before the race as well as the many spectators there to enjoy the day.
An amateur film by Leonard Winter of the Cleveland Cine Club of a walk through the Cleveland countryside taking in the various rural scenes of plants and farm animals in fields.
An amateur film by members of the Cleveland Cine Club showing the Haverton Hill Silver Band performing for a crowd at an outdoor event.
A short amateur film by members of Cleveland Cine Club showing the Haverton Hill Silver Band practicing in a hall.
Amateur footage shot around the Silverstone racing circuit in Northamptonshire by Betty Cook of the Cleveland Cine Club. The footage shows various views of events and activities taking place as well as footage of the crews working on the many different cars.
An amateur film produced by members of the Cleveland Cine Club about nature that shows various views of flowers and birds feeding in a garden. The film also shows a birds nest with eggs and chicks being fed by the adults.
An amateur film produced by members of the Cleveland Cine Club of a boat trip downstream along the River Tees on 7th May 1979. The film captures the industrial landscape of the area and passes under both the Newport and Transporter Bridges. As the boat travels further downstream larger cargo ships are moored at Tees Dock on the north bank of the river, while on the south side there are views of the Shell Teesport Refinery.
A short amateur film made by members of the Cleveland Cine Club showing Tees Towing Company tug boats escorting a cargo ship upstream along the river Tees to Middlesbrough Dock.
An amateur film made by members of the Cleveland Cine Club of a cross country equestrian event. The film shows the arrival of competitors as well as them preparing their horses for competition. From various locations around the course, the film shows horse and rider jumping a number of fences. After the race, winners are presented with trophies and the film ends with people leaving and vehicles getting stuck in the mud.
An amateur film produced by members of the Cleveland Cine Club looking at the history and operation of Middlesbrough Dock shortly before it is closed in 1980. The final part of the film shot short after the closure of the dock shows the dismantling of the dockside cranes which are seen being taken down the River Tees by tug boat.
An amateur film by W. Stogdale of the Cleveland Cine Club of the caves, beach and cliffs at Blackhall Rocks on the Co. Durham coast between Horden and Hartlepool.