1. Adrift

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    from Paul Joy / Added

    Shot on location in Old Hunstanton, Norfolk, UK this short film plays with the idea of dream twists and how the conclusions that we make about our dreams can become entangled with reality. Woman: Sally Connelly Girl: Mya Turner Written by: Paul Joy & Peter Naylor Directed by:Peter Naylor Director of Photography: Paul Joy Music & Foley: Joe Yates More info and behind the scenes shots on my blog http://www.pauljoy.com/2010/08/new-short-adrift/

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    • Kites

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      from Paul Joy / Added

      Filmed at Hunstanton on the North Norfolk Coast. For more info about this video please see my blog at http://www.pauljoy.com

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      • Turning The Tides

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        from Sorcha Anglim / Added

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        This film was shot over the course of 2 days in the wonderful location of Old Hunstanton Beach, In Norfolk. So far its been screened at the 'No Limits Film Festival'. "Holloway Arts Festival Reel Islington film Festival" "Made in Essex Film Festival" "Birmingham Arts Fest" and came 2nd in 'Best Film' category in the "Northern Design Competition"

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        • ADRIFT

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          from Peter Naylor / Added

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          Official Selection for the 2010 British Journal of Photography, Open Shutter Awards in association with Canon Myself and fellow filmmaker Paul Joys first short film, looking at the idea of dreaming. Completely shot with Canon HDSLR's on location in Old Hunstanton, Norfolk. Woman: Sally Connelly Girl: Mya Turner Directed by:Peter Naylor Written by: Peter Naylor & Paul Joy Director of Photography: Paul Joy Music & Foley: Joe Yates For more information about the film and behind the scenes stills and info, please visit http://peternaylorphoto.wordpress.com/2010/08/17/adrift-new-short-film/

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          • The Last Cockler - BBC Ten Towns Tour

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            from Peter Naylor / Added

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            A short film made in Hunstanton, Norfolk for the BBC Ten Towns Tour. It looks into the the tradition of cockle picking and how less and less people are now able to venture onto the beach at low tide and fill their buckets with fresh seafood.

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            • Lifestyles Festival/BKSA Freestyle Championships 2010

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              from Peter Naylor / Added

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              A bit of coverage of the 2010 BKSA Kitesurfing Championships at this years Lifestyle festival in Hunstanton. Music: Tokyo Police Club - Citizens of Tomorrow Camera: JVC-HM700 + Glidetrack For more info please visit my blog http://peternaylorphoto.wordpress.com/2010/07/16/lifestyles-festival-2010/

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              • jord going loopy

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                from John Matthews / Added

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                Jord from www.kite-kit.co.uk getting his loop on...

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                • Last Nights Awesome Sunset

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                  from Peter Naylor / Added

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                  One of the many reasons i love Hunstanton. Shot with Nikon D80 with a Pclix LT100

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                  • Seaside Break

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                    from Ian Bellinger / Added

                    This video is about Hunstanton

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                    • Hunstanton club race 25.08.07

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                      from Roger Lincoln / Added

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