A film made one summer afternoon. Do not waste your time watching this film unless ;-
A. You are very bored
B. You want to see Bernard getting more exercise in one afternoon than he gets in a year now
C. You are a very good pianist and love Charlie Chaplin films. Continue reading Bernard’s Nightmare
The September 2015 “Rye’s Own” is in all local newsagents now.
This month the magazine features : Continue reading September Rye’s Own
They called it the swinging sixties and Rye was not left out of the action.
James Bond with his entourage of beautiful women was all the rage with cinema audiences but Rye Movie Society was not without its own bevy of beauties in amateur film productions that went on to win East Sussex Film Awards three years in succession. Continue reading Rye’s Bond Girls of the Sixties
Passengers, aboard an ocean liner, pass their days -happy or anxious, busy or idle – not much concerned with what goes on “below decks”. Enough, that there is a crew who presumably know their business and destination, and watch-by-watch through the twenty-four hours get on with the job. Continue reading Keeping Watch in 1973