A collection of short films featuring the archive.

An insight into the Edward Reeves family photography business, and why the archive is so important to the local people.

A film by Abigail Norris, 2015.

Lightbox film by Mick Hawksworth for ChalkTV

Martin Parr visits Edward Reeves Photography in Lewes.

Filmed by Abigail Norris and Jerry Rothwell. Produced by Brigitte Lardinois 2014.

Eamonn McCabe visits Edward Reeves Photography in Lewes.

A clip from Britain in Focus: A Photographic History, BBC Four, 2017.

‘Lewes Remembers’ event short film (2017) – watch and read more here

BBC report about the ‘Lewes Remembers’ event and film, 2018

Baroness Andrews speaks about remembrance and the armistice centenary in the House of Lords, and talks about the Lewes Remembers event. Monday 5th November 2018.

The Royal British Legion go behind the scenes to rediscover the story of the poppy. Tom Reeves photographs recent veterans in the same studio, with the same camera that his great grandfather used to photograph Great War veterans 100 years ago.

A film by The Royal British Legion, 2015.

Still Moving captures personal responses to the exhibition Stories Seen Through a Glass Plate and memories of the Reeves Studio, as part of the Brighton Photo Biennial 2014 in association with Photoworks. The general public shared their thoughts whilst being filmed in the style of traditional 19th century portraiture. Filmed in the Reeves studio using the original Reeves large format camera.

A film by Abigail Norris, in association with BPB2014