This is a Doncaster Cine Club film that documents a day of a Gliding Club, possibly on the outskirts of Doncaster, and an Agricultural Show at Newark.
This is a film taken by a member of the Doncaster Cine Club of a little girl riding her bicycle in a garden.
A film by the Doncaster Cine Club that shows how the streets of Doncaster city centre once looked, currently looks, and how it will look in the future. The film combines photographic still images of the past with contemporary moving image footage, and later utilizes Doncaster Corporation's plans and designs to predict how future developments will re-shape the city. Sandwiched between the past and future of Doncaster is an event attended by the Princess Anne, where she lays the foundation stone at the grand opening of the Ripon Training College.
A well shot film taken by the Doncaster Cine Club that documents some of the activities that go on at the school for disabled children known as Wilsic Hall located in the Doncaster area. This film also features a voice over.
This is a dark, short fiction film made by the Doncaster Cine Club, centred around Guy Fawkes Night traditions. The plot features a murderer, who cunningly disposes of his victim's body by disguising it as a Guy Fawkes effigy. The murderer, however, is haunted by the victim.
This is a film made by the Doncaster Cine Club which documents a meeting attended by regular members.
Made by the Doncaster Movie Makers Club, this a comedy fiction film set on a residential street. It tells the story of a cheeky young lad who tampers with a man's car.
This is a short fiction film made by the Doncaster Movie Makers Club that tells the story for a man who tries to run off with his mistress for the weekend. However, it seems fate has other things in store for them rather than fun. The film has a well selected soundtrack that helps to heighten the film's action.
A film made by the Doncaster Movie Makers Club that, through a short story, shows how useful labels are for people to navigate their way through life.
This is a fiction film made by the Doncaster Cine Club to explain the importance of the Doncaster-based Elmfield Youth Club within the community. The story begins with a teenage boy named John who, after showing the first signs of delinquency, is taken to the Youth Club and offered a different path to follow. The film's narrative is aided with intertitles used throughout.
This fictional film made by the Doncaster Movie Makers Club depicts the story of a man who accidently enters a new dimension, only to find that his family no longer recognise him.
A comedic short, made by members of the Doncaster Cine Club, about a man who mistakenly takes his television apart believing it is broken, only to find out later that the electricity board have turned off the supply to the house for a short period of time.
Made by the Doncaster Movie Makers Club, this is a comical fiction film that tells the story of a robbery with a humorous twist.
A day at the Gliding Club is chronicled here by the Doncaster Movie Makers Club. The film contains shots of the gliders taking off and some excellent aerial views.
This fictional film by Doncaster Movie Makers Club tells the tale of an unfortunate case of mistaken identity when a wife attempts to take revenge on her neglectful husband. The film also features a purely guitar based soundtrack.
This is a short film of the Sprotbrough village, located outside Doncaster, South Yorkshire, and opening of the canal.
A film record of Doncaster Week, 1970 which was made by the Doncaster Cine Club. The film includes footage of the Doncaster Week Queen competition as well as a procession with themed floats.
A film record of Doncaster Week, taken by the Doncaster Cine Club, which concentrates on various displays performed by a motorcycle group and also includes a beauty contest.
Impel 1973 June 2nd-10th - A film which captures the annual festival held in Doncaster. The film was made by the Doncaster Movie Makers and Camcorder Club and captures the events and lively spirit of the day.
Made by the Doncaster Movie Makers and Camcorder Club, this film documents the annual festival held in Doncaster and captures the events as well as the lively spirit of the day.
The National Coal Board (NCB) Film Unit is one of Britain's most substantial and long-lasting industrial film units. The following is an informative film explaining how to use the Sampson Stripper and how it works.
Made by an amateur filmmaker from Sheffield, this film includes various scenes of his family at their house and footage of the other houses in the neighbourhood.
Made by an amateur filmmaker from Sheffield, this short film includes scenes of his daughter as she plays in the garden
Made by a Sheffield-based businessman, this film documents a family trip and includes scenes of an old ruined castle.
The following film is a selection of offcuts from a collection of films made by an amateur filmmaker from Sheffield. Some of the footage includes commercial titles as well as brief scenes of family footage.