Look for famous Ryers in this film
There are several old Rye personalities in this little film made by the Rye Movie Society in 1967.
Police Sargent Roy Parrock , Mr. Tookey the Grammar School Teacher, David Smeed, George Grey, Joan Munn, Pauline Morris and Maureen Matthews. Continue reading Zartan and 15 Yen
By Jim Hollands
It seemed that the whole of Tilling Green from the 1950’s and 60’s had turned up at Playden Church for the funeral of one of Rye’s unsung heroes. There were faces there I had not seen for 50 years or more. They came to pay respects to a very talented man. Continue reading David Smeed
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
Rye Movie Society’s Third Successful Production
Wednesday 23rd March was a great occasion for the Rye and District Movie Society, on that day they were successful for the third year running in Winning the East Sussex Inter Club Annual Cine Competition.
The magnitude of this achievement can be gauged from the opposition, three fine old established clubs from Hastings, Eastbourne and Battle. Hastings Cine and Eastbourne Movie Club have won many honours in National Competitions and Continue reading Hat Trick 1966