Experimental film that both plays with the effect of sound on the perception of an image and examines modern life in an urban, industrial setting through the microcosm of one corner of Kniephofstrasse in Berlin, Germany.
Experimental short with overtones of sex, death, and the weight of social roles and expectations upon the young.
Experimental fiction overtly philosophising about the repressiveness of political, social and media orders and the human condition in the modern, urban world.
This film documents the opening of Buhrer Brick Kiln by Mr. A.E. Wilkinson, Lord Mayor of Leeds, at the Bramley Brick Works of Jabez Woolley Ltd on August 14th, 1934.
Fiction feature that exposes the manipulative nature of traditional filmmaking and examines class and gender relations through the interactions of a working class and an upper middle class couple.
Documentary about the attitudes toward, and situation of, male homosexuals in the UK after the 1967 Sexual Offences Act, which in part legalized private homosexual relationships between two adult men.
Fiction feature about a naïve girl who applies romance-novel conventions to her real life with unfortunate results.
Experimentally shot fiction film that exposes the artificiality of one couple's 'traditional' marriage and simultaneously attacks modern man's self-perpetuating complacent conformity and the government and media institutions that reinforce this homogeneous society by protecting those who respond to its conditioning and brutalizing those who do not.
Tongue-in-cheek feature film about a bored housewife fed up with the bland, repetitive life she shares with her dull, routine-bound husband.
Brothers and Sisters is a 96 minute fiction feature. A mystery with a decidedly feminist angle, it implicates not just one man but a wider masculine mentality in the murder of a prostitute as it examines the interconnected lives of she and her sister and a liberal man and his conservative brother.
This is a film made by the West Riding of Yorkshire Education Committee showing their progressive practice on dance education for older children at primary school. The film shows a group of boys and girls, aged about 11, from a school in Castleford doing various modern free dance exercises in the grounds of the local college of Woolley Hall.
Fiction short about a man who is arrested for an unknown crime but ultimately finds his ensuing confinement no worse than the monotonous life he led with his wife and job and family.
Experimental fiction short in which a woman finds a spiritual reprieve from the traumatizing pressures of organized religion, noise, pollution, bustle and sex in the city.
This is a documentary about C.A.R.E., a Devon organization which provides a home with work and community opportunities for the mentally disabled, made by members of the Royal College of Art School of Film and Television.
Voices are raised in a South Yorkshire pit village once a year, and it all ends up in hospital. But this is no argument. On the contrary, it's all very harmonious. The little mining community of Mapplewell & Staincross raises its communal voice in song, in aid of local hospital comfort funds. Such events used to be commonplace in South Yorkshire villages, but this is the only one in which the annual Victorian tradition still takes place. Yorkshire Television visits the event in its centenary year, along with Mexborough-born actor Brian Blessed who revisits the scenes of his youth.