DEFINITIVE LIST OF ALL FILMS MADE BY THE SOCIETY since it was formed in 1934.
All productions in this archive are copyright © 1934-2019 by Bristol Film and Video
The Silver Jubilee of King George V and Queen Mary. This, the first film produced
by the Bristol Film Society, was of course using the medium of the time - 16mm black
and white film with no sound.
Made in 1935.
A snapshot of the activities at the Long Ashton Research Station. Focuses on the
harvesting of the cider apple’s, pressing, storage and bottling.
Made in 1936.
Long Ashton Research and Cider Institute
A group of well-groomed club members are seen wandering around Wookey Hole. The film
ends with views from inside the cave.
Made in 1946.
A visit to Wookey
This film holds a special place in the club’s history and affections, for it was
the first fiction film to be attempted and the first club film after the war.
Made in 1949.
Albert's Treasure Box
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