Documenting 90 Years since the Segrave Land Speed Record
One Five Two at Ninety is a comprehensive film about the 90th anniversary celebrations marking Sir Henry Segrave setting the World Land Speed Record on Southport sands
With a feature length runtime and produced in fact finding TV documentary style, One Five Two at Ninety goes behind the scenes to expose the trials and tribulations facing the organisers of the week long Southport Festival of Speed, calls on local experts and archivists to bring history to life, then gets in with the crowds at all the events.
This captivating film includes cameo interviews with Malcolm Page (Mallya Collection curator), Gina Campbell (Granddaughter of Sir Malcolm Campbell, Sir Henry's great rival), and Nev Hay (Le Mans commentator).
In addition to One Five Two at Ninety, OMF are making a second film about the Tiger. Somewhat shorter than 152, The Tiger Returns has been commissioned by the Mallya Collection, current owners of the car, and includes the complete Gaumont Graphic newsreel footage from 1926 as well as footage of the car’s speed runs at Elvington in 1990 and its return to Southport sands in 2016. The Tiger Returns will not be released publicly.