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Readers of the Lancashire Evening Post may have spotted this week an article about the Rain family on Wednesday 27 Jan on page 26. This story taken from the Court Archives tells the sad story of how Will Onda’s father … Continue reading
A brand new DVD is being launched this week featuring archive footage of life in the North West during WW1. The North West Film Archive presents the first public screening of the new film on Wednesday 21 May at the … Continue reading
There are 10 surviving films from the 1914 – 1918 period made by Will Onda and his company Preston Film Service Limited. 5 of these films are called ‘Roll of Honour’ films which are topical films featuring a selection of … Continue reading
On the 8th July 2013 the Harris Museum & Art Gallery will host the world premiere of a new film A Right Royal Tour of Lancashire produced by North West Film Archive on the 100th anniversary of the Royal visit … Continue reading