DEFINITIVE LIST OF ALL FILMS MADE BY THE SOCIETY since it was formed in 1934.
Schools for children with physical and learning difficulties.
Made in 1960.
A Helping Hand
A party from the club visited the National Film Theatre in March 1961 to see the
first public showing of the Top 8 of 1960. One of the eight was, 'The Lady Beautiful'.
The Lady Beautiful
The Boys Scouts Association held a Venturer camp for Senior Scouts and Rovers at
Torbay during May 1961 and they wanted us to film it.
Made in 1961.
A young man visits the cinema and dreams of several alternative endings to the film
with chaotic results.
The Last Bus
A film about the making of 'The Lady Beautiful' - the first club film to use the
tape synchronising sound method.
Look at the Lady
A child falls in love with a 5th November Guy.
"a really splendid film which will do a great deal to answer the critics about the
cost of educating spastics." - Dr. R.C.Wolfinden, Medical Officer of Health for Bristol.
Made in 1962.
Back to Claremont
A strange story involving a young couple.
The film is silent as the sound track is lost. .
Film Noir made in Black and White. A robbery heist with plenty of suspense supported
by a nice jazz sound track..
An unfinished domestic story.
A young girl is trapped in a cave. The Beaver Patrol rescue her. - Sponsored by the
Boy Scout Association..
Made in 1963.
The Beavers Break Through
The story was a serious one: it was to symbolize the rebellion of a grossly over-protected
daughter against the parents.
Our Darling Daughter
A record of the events that took place in and around Bristol during 1963 starting
with heavy snow and ending with the closure of the Embassy cinema in Clifton.
Have you ever thought about what goes into making a loaf of bread?
Ploughing, Harrowing, Sowing, Fertilising, Growing, Harvesting and finally to the
Mill. It's all here.
Made c.1964 by The Golden Unicorn Film Unit
A film to investigate local attitudes towards the questions of nudity, temperance
and the British Sunday.
Made in 1964.
An office worker is frustrated with the public transport available. He buys a car
only to find that car ownership brings with it a whole set of new problems.
The story carried a message showing how easily those with weapons can, unwittingly
perhaps, use them with disastrous results.
Cowboys and Indians
A leaner driver preparing to take the driving test dreams of the test where he causes
the examiner to finally loose his cool.
Made in 1965.
A hornplayer awakes after a wild party to discover that he will be late for an important
gig. His efforts to get there are frustrated at every turn.
A film, sponsored by the Bristol Health Department and Bristol United Hospitals,
about the Bristol Mobile Physiotherapy service.
Made in 1966.
The Comfort Bringers
The Bristol Chiropody Service.
Made in 1967.
Made for the Bristol Department of Health and Social Services this documentary shows
something of the work of a local training school for the mentally handicapped.
Made in 1969.
A Future for Amanda
A peaceful family outing in the country is brought to an end when the youngest
daughter goes missing.
Watch a 3 minute clip on YouTube …