Pop-up cinema to show seaside memories along Suffolk coast this summer
- Credit: Nick Butcher
A pop-up cinema will bring nostalgic film footage to the Suffolk coast this summer.
The Cambridge Film Trust is touring Screen-on-Sea at resorts until September.
Sourced mostly from the UEA's archive, the films form part of a British Film Institute project and include footage from the seaside over the last century – with archives local to each resort.
The free screenings are sponsored by district councils and will run on a loop, with footage of Felixstowe Carnival in 1930 shown during this year's event on July 23.
On June 24, the tour starts in Southwold, on the corner of High Street and Victoria Street, as part of the town's arts festival, with footage of family holidays in the 1930s and the Sole Bay pub in 1963.
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On July 22, the tour moves to the Lowestoft Summer Festival, before finishing at Aldeburgh Carnival on August 21, with footage of the carnival from 1950.
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