Torture and Pleasure
Current affairs19805 mins Location: Thurlestone
Gerald Haycock embarks on a torture and pleasure weekend and goes from reward-based hard exercise to eating and drinking.
New Architecture at the London Zoo
Documentary193716 minsSilent Location: Whipsnade
Penguins get the VIP treatment in this artistic look at the Zoo's visionary 1930s revamp.
Steel Scrap Drives in Bolton, Preston and Liverpool 1952
Non-Fiction195212 minsSilent Location: Bolton
Any old iron? The people of the North West contribute to the nationwide collection of scrap metal.
Call Me Captain
Promotional197514 mins Location: Ranworth
Johnny Morris commentates on holiday freedom 1970s style with a hired boat on the waterways on the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads.
Focus On - Stevenage
Documentary196514 mins Location: Stevenage
Anglia Television's 'Focus On' series looks at the Hertfordshire town of Stevenage, designated the UK’s first ‘New Town’ in August 1946.
Arundel, Poole and Lulworth Cove
Amateur film19384 minsSilent Location: Arundel
Join Sydney Bligh's whistle stop tour of Southern beauty spots - calling at Arundel, Poole Harbour and the dramatic sea ravaged cliffs at Stair Hole, Dorset
A drama set in the near future where virtual reality allows a person to see life through the eyes of someone very different, which questions whether experiences become shared or commodified.
Sea Scouts and 'Morning Star'
Home movie19609 minsSilent Location: Cardiff/Caerdydd
The 'Morning Star' is restored to its former glory by the 28th Cardiff Sea Scouts at the city's Bute East Dock.
Amateur film19475 minsSilent Location: Cathays
When cars were not so common, roads could be used as playgrounds, particularly when snow fell, as seen here in Cardiff.
Queen Victoria's long reign famously saw extraordinary advances: in industry, transport, science, culture... But one vital innovation is too often missed: the moving image, the last great invention of the age. Yet film forever changed the way we see the world. And even before the French Lumière brothers presented their first demonstrations in London in 1895, British filmmakers were beginning to make their mark. Now, for the first time, we are making publically available all of the BFI's collections of British films made in the first six years of the medium - from 1895 to 1901.
Born Digital: First Cuts
Eleven innovative short films about the digital experience, commissioned by the BFI, BBC Four and BBC Arts to mark the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web in 2019.
Dreams, memories and reveries - the collected works of one of Britain's most distinctive filmmakers.