"A group of curious primary school children discover the fascinating story of The Flowerdew's well-travelled trunk containing a unique archive collection of early 9.5mm cine films, spanning nearly 80 years of history, 3 continents and 3 generations."
Flowerdew's Travelling Treasure Trunk is an inter-generational conversation about the fascinating story of A. Flowerdew's well traveled trunk containing a priceless archive collection of early 9.5mm cine films (circa 1930s), spanning 3 generatinos, 3 continents, a lot of personal and social history.
This film was produced for Into Film’s “Make Film - Greatest Generation” Project (intofilm.org/greatest-generation) by Endwell Productions in association with Robsack Wood Primary Academy Film Club.
The project forms part of the wider BBC Two series, Britain's Greatest Generation and has been facilitated by Into Film, BBC Learning, the BFI and the British Council exploring and commemorating life in the UK 1930-60 through accessing and using unique archive film footage and music made available by the BFI National Archive and the British Council under a Creative Commons licence.
The best films submitted for this project will be featured in a BBC Learning compilation film and or broadcast on the BBC Two Learning Zone. Three films will also be selected for the BFI National Archive as a lasting legacy.