Film Archive

  • As part of the freetimeourstories.org.uk project young people from Thomas Hardye School worked with two professional filmmakers to make this film about the value of […]

    Free Time at Dorchester Skatepark

    As part of the freetimeourstories.org.uk project young people from Thomas Hardye School worked with two professional filmmakers to make this film about the value of […]

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  • Introduction to the project from Dr Ennion to this community project. How this is ‘real life’ learning, it gets young people out of the normal […]

    Introduction to young people’s presentations

    Introduction to the project from Dr Ennion to this community project. How this is ‘real life’ learning, it gets young people out of the normal […]

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  • Above is a film that Mr Richardson has made from our visit to Dorset History Centre last Friday. It excellently captures the session to this fantastic resource. […]

    FreeTime at Dorset History Centre

    Above is a film that Mr Richardson has made from our visit to Dorset History Centre last Friday. It excellently captures the session to this fantastic resource. […]

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  • Filmed over a 12-month period, this study of children's games played in London streets and playgrounds stands out for its freshness and spontaneity; it remains an important companion piece to Peter and Iona Opie's classic studies of children's games and rhymes.

    One Potato, Two Potato (1957) – extract

    Filmed over a 12-month period, this study of children's games played in London streets and playgrounds stands out for its freshness and spontaneity; it remains an important companion piece to Peter and Iona Opie's classic studies of children's games and rhymes.

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  • Filmed over a 12-month period, this study of children’s games played in London streets and playgrounds stands out for its freshness and spontaneity, and records the bomb sites that pockmarked London and provided many urban children with a place to play.

    How we used to play

    Filmed over a 12-month period, this study of children’s games played in London streets and playgrounds stands out for its freshness and spontaneity, and records the bomb sites that pockmarked London and provided many urban children with a place to play.

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