This is an extract taken from our latest DVD, ‘Plymouth’s Great War – The Three Towns United in Conflict’. Produced by Alan Tibbitts & Chris Robinson. This clip shows the centre of Plymouth 100 years ago. Also exciting contemporary aerial filming from our new drone, which we intend to use
Moving footage brings a whole new dimension to Plymouth’s Then&Now second film, an exciting new DVD. This latest production looks at Plymouth’s historic Barbican, the last British port of call of the Pilgrim Fathers, now home to the National Marine Aquarium and still a vibrant part of the city. Alan Tibbitts and
Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th Birthday Guard of Honour Ride, 2016 On the 17th July 2016 DVX Productions had the great privilege of being allowed into the grounds of Windsor Castle. In fact over three days we filmed a very unusual event which was presented to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II,
Here’s a short clip from our latest DVD, The Story of Plymouth City Centre – then & now. This is Bedford Street, one of the principal commercial thoroughfares of pre-war Plymouth that no longer exists. Including some wonderful old photographs and some of the earliest film of Plymouth known to exist dating back to 1912. All the film was silent and we have brought it alive with sound effects and music, just take a look and get a feel for life as it was in those bygone days.
The story of Plymouth City Centre – then & now.
This is a quick clip showing a few extracts from our latest epic! The film has taken several months to create but judging by the reaction at the launch night inside St. Andrews Church the audience loved it. My main satisfaction was creating the sound effects to all the old silent movie and for the very first time being able to accurately place the footage within the City Centre, plus lining up all the then and now shots which was very satisfying. Well done to my colleague Chris for his extensive knowledge which makes these films what they are. This is our 13th film on Plymouth that we’ve made together over 20 years and many are saying that this one is our best yet. I just hope that people appreciate what goes into making these productions and stands as a lasting record of Plymouth’s illustrious history for all to enjoy as the years continue to role on. And will a historian in the future look back at this film and say “wasn’t it quaint back then!”
This is an extract taken from our latest DVD ‘Plymouth Then & Now – The Hoe’. Chris Robinson gives us a conducted tour through the most prestigious house on Plymouth Hoe, telling the story of the Astor family, with fascinating archive film and photos and modern day shots. All filmed