A Secondary Hobby

Short documentary by Tim Jones about the ambitious amateur films made by Canterbury Archers in the 1960s. Canterbury Archers were not actually a filmmaking group officially. They were an archery club who decided to make drama films (featuring archery) during the winter as a secondary hobby. They produced three major dramas; William Tell, The Chough and Arrow, and The Luck of the Chilchesters, between 1962-1968.

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