The Tailor of Hanningtons Returns to the Small Screen

A 30-minute film of a Hove Holocaust survivor produced 20 years ago has been recently digitized and released to the public, for the first time, by Screen Archive South East. ‘The Tailor of Hanningtons’, filmed and directed by Luke Holland, is an intimate conversation with the late Alfred Huberman, at his brightly lit workroom overlooking Pavilion Gardens, shortly before the Brighton department store closed its doors in the… Read more »

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A 30-minute film of a Hove Holocaust survivor produced 20 years ago has been recently digitized and released to the public, for the first time, by Screen Archive South East.
‘The Tailor of Hanningtons’, filmed and directed by Luke Holland, is an intimate conversation with the late Alfred Huberman, at his brightly lit workroom overlooking Pavilion Gardens, shortly before the Brighton department store closed its doors in the summer of 2001.
‘The Tailor of Hanningtons’, filmed and directed by Luke Holland, is an intimate conversation with the late Alfred Huberman, at his brightly lit workroom overlooking Pavilion Gardens, shortly before the Brighton department store closed its doors in the summer of 2001.

‘The Tailor of Hanningtons’, filmed and directed by Luke Holland, is an intimate conversation with the late Alfred Huberman, at his brightly lit workroom overlooking Pavilion Gardens, shortly before the Brighton department store closed its doors in the summer of 2001.

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