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 ‘Wight 365 Days’ Movie Art Installation Part 1

'Wight 365 Days' This is Part one (of four). A 'taster' of an on going movie of video clips for every day in a year of the Isle of Wight, an island off the south coast of England. Part one (of four) shows clips from 1st January to 30th June. Parts two to four are also available to cover rest of year. This movie art installation will never be complete as new video and movie clips as well as photographs where no moving image is available, as found from the last 120 years, are being added on a regular basis and this movie is then updated with the new clips - this movie is always changing. Some clips are from video streaming sites, some from home movies, some from movies made on the Isle of Wight over the years. Some clips are rather fuzzy and shaky, but that's the nature of old footage. Some clips are just plain embarrassing & politically incorrect (with some artistic saucy nudity) but again, that's the nature of our great 120 year film industry. Music is composed, performed and produced by Isle of Wight based The Espada Rolls Band. Editing of images by brick maker Tim Bristow. Produced by Video Artist BB Bango (who has published over 200 original 'saucy' music and satire videos on Vimeo - attracting 5 million views). The intention is that this changing movie, like 'The Clock' by Christian Marclay, will become a movie that helps promote, to the world, the Isle of Wight as a fantastic, quirky, edgy and warm holiday destination all year round!

Please send in to ClayClay PO35 5SD more movie and video clips which we can incorporate in this movie

The whole movie can be purchased as a wide screen HD MPEG 2 file on a USB stick please see home page of www.clayclay.co.uk for details and can be downloaded as a 512kb WMV file (medium quality) directly off the ClayClay web site Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 are below

 

'Wight 365 Days' Part one (of four). Movie Art Installation. from Espada Rolls on Vimeo.

 SHATTERED (1972 UK trailer) "Something to Hide" Peter Finch & Shelley Winters

Rare 70's British Thriller that was also released under the title Something to Hide. This film follows the slow disintegration of a man's (Peter Finch) life due to the problems brought on by his troubled marriage, his drinking, and the appearance of a strange hitchhiker (Linda Hayden). Before he knows it, he's in over his head and mixed up in violence and murder. .Set in and around Bembridge Harbour

‘That'll be the day’ Clips

2 scenes from the 1974 Movie "That'll Be The Day" filmed on the Isle of Wight scenes at Puckpool Park near Ryde and Shanklin beach and pier.That'll Be The Day created in 1974 starring Ringo Star, David Essex, Rosemary Leech, Billy Fury, Keith Moon, directed by Claude Whatham and Michael Apted. The story is based on a working class boy desperate to leave his fairground dead- end job and become a rock 'n' role star. Abandoned as a child, Jim has a rebellious view of school and exams. By chance, he comes across a guitar and in a wave of rebellion drops school and attempts to advance his career.

‘The Winslow Boy’

Partly filmed on the Isle of Wight. Absolutely remarkable adaptation of Terence Rattigan's play "The Winslow Boy" by american versatile director David Mamet. introducing Gemma Jones, Rebeca Pidgeon, Matthew Pidgeon, Guy Edwards, Jeremy Northam and the unforgettable Nigel Hawthorne. The film is based on the fight for justice against the Royal Navel Academy. Arthur Winslow (Hawthorne) when toasting his daughter Catherine's engagement is informed of his 13-year-old son, Ronnie's expulsion for stealing five shillings from the Naval academy. When questioned regarding the missing money, Ronnie claims innocence regarding the matter. Arthur Winslow risks prosperity, physical well-being, and his daughter's future to pursue what he believes justice.

'The Man who Walked' promotional poster

 ‘The Man Who Walked’

 Independent film made on the Isle of Wight. The Man Who Walked is about a man that has a breakdown at work. He walks away from everything in a confused state of mind. His wife is going out of her mind with worry. When he returns a week later he can't recall where he has been. He can't imagine how this has affected his wife or what comes next. It features some stunning location shots and was made really as a hymn to the land of the Isle of Wight. More at www.containsnutsfilm.co.uk

 ‘Victoria & Abdul’ Trailer. Partly filmed with many Isle of Wight extras at Osborne House. Judy Dench, Michael Gambon, Eddie Izzard are in it Launched 15th September 2017

‘Guest House Paradiso’ Trailer

Guest House Paradiso was released in 1999 and stars Rik Mayall, Adrian Edmondson (who also wrote and directed the film) Helene Mathieu, Vincent Cassel, and Simon Pegg. The film is based on two unemployed slackers, who have sacrificed their grotty London flat for an even grottier South Coast motel. The walls are rotting, and the location is adjacent to a nuclear power station. The light switches turn themselves off, the kitchen staff are dependant alcoholics and the children's play area hangs precariously on the edge of a cliff.Starring: Rik Mayall, Adrian Edmondson, Vincent Cassel, Helene Mahieu, Bill Nighy, Simon Pegg, Fenella Fielding and Lisa Palfrey Written by: Rik Mayall & Adrian Edmondson Produced by: Phil McIntyre Directed by: Adrian Edmondson

 ‘Mrs Brown’ Original Trailer

Starring Judy Dench and Billy Connolly was based on events surrounding Osborne House at the time of Queen Victoria's reign. The film is set in and around Osborne house. The story is based around the period after Prince Albert's death, where Victoria is in inconsolable circumstances, and is incapable of performing her expected duties, such as the opening of State Parliament. As a result, Her Majesty's secretary, Sir Henry Ponsonby, is forced to summon John Brown from Balmoral to aid the Queen in her time of grief.

‘The English Patient’ Trailer

Compared by many to the works of English great David Lean, The English Patient is regarded as Minghella's best work. An epic love story immaculately cast, produced and directed, The English Patient swept the board at The Oscars and underlines why Minghella's death at the early age of 54 is a tragic loss to the world of cinema.When Island-born director, Anthony Minghella scooped nine Oscars for The English Patient in 1997, he pronounced it "a great day for the Isle of Wight". Only his third feature film, the success of The English Patient brought worldwide renown to the director and, indeed, to his home town. Set in the Second World War, The English Patient stars Ralph Fiennes, Kirsten Scott Thomas, Juliette Binoche, Willem Dafoe, Naveen Andrews and Colin Firth. It features wartime footage of the Isle of Wight as well as cameo roles for his parents Edward and Gloria Minghella

‘New Years Day’ (Movie Trailer)

A film by Suri Krishnammo with many shots of drug taking underneath Ryde pier

Lady Chatterley’ 1993

A TV film by Ken Russell with Sean Bean and Joley Richardson. Many views of Bonchurch

 ‘Fragile’ Trailer 2007

 Young nurse Calista Flockhart who takes a job at a dilapidated children's hospital during its closing days. She tries to uncover the mystery behind ghostly attacks that hurt the children. Richard Roxburgh, Yasmin Murphy and Gemma Jones, Calista Flockhart and Richard Roxburgh

’Reach for the Moon

A 2000 romantic drama TV mini series, directed by Rob Evans and Joanna Hogg. The series takes place in England, against the beautifully lush backdrop of the Isle of Wight. The story follows students of the local school, the teachers and the students' parents, as they navigate life and try to figure out life, love and everything else. New relationships and rivalries unfold every day, including the troubled relationship between Penny (Lynda Bellingham) and her son Paul (Jonathan Kerrigan). 

 Wight Film Network February 2011 Screening Trailer

 Wight Film Network's screening of local films took place on Saturday Feb 19th 2011.It was a mix of quality films, comedy and documentaries that highlight the Isle of Wight, its people and its talent. Shown on the big screen in the Anthony Minghella Theatre at Quay Arts were:
-Island Artisans; Carisbrooke Castle; Eyecatcher & One Design; The Take Away Shows from Vincent Moon (selection);Vincent Moon Exclusive Interview; -The Grand -The Man Who Walked. Visit www.wightfilmnetwork.org.uk/screen; Music courtesy of The Operators; Edit by Andrew Wilks.All clips courtesy of the content owners: Oakshed Media Ltd, Visual Light, Screen Test Partners, La Blogotheque, James Willis/Contains Nuts, Domestic Science/Brian.

 A short Film by Merc Winter 2011

Shows the brilliant Autumn Winter 2011 collection. The filming took place in a fantastic location called The Mission, just outside Chale on the Isle of Wight. More at www.wight.tv

 ‘Wight 365 Days’ Movie Art Installation Part 2

'Wight 365 Days' This is Part two (of four). Shows clips from 1st July to 15th August

The whole movie can be purchased as a wide screen HD MPEG 2 file on a USB stick please see home page of www.clayclay.co.uk for details and can be downloaded as a 512kb WMV file (medium quality) directly off the ClayClay web site

 

'Wight 365 Days' Part two (of four). Movie Art Installation from Espada Rolls on Vimeo.

 ‘Wight 365 Days’ Movie Art Installation Part 3

'Wight 365 Days' This is Part three (of four). Shows clips from 16th August to 30th September

The whole movie can be purchased as a wide screen HD MPEG 2 file on a USB stick please see home page of www.clayclay.co.uk for details and can be downloaded as a 512kb WMV file (medium quality) directly off the ClayClay web site

 

'Wight 365 Days' Part three (of four). Movie Art Installation from Espada Rolls on Vimeo.

 ‘Wight 365 Days’ Movie Art Installation Part 4

'Wight 365 Days' This is Part four (of four). Shows clips from 1st October to 31st December

The whole movie can be purchased as a wide screen HD MPEG 2 file on a USB stick please see home page of www.clayclay.co.uk for details and can be downloaded as a 512kb WMV file (medium quality) directly off the ClayClay web site

 

'Wight 365 Days' Part four (of four). Movie Art Installation from Espada Rolls on Vimeo.

 

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