"Incredible" archive found in Brighton

Photos of stars of stage and screen, discovered in a dusty, old filing cabinet now on show.

Photographer's secrets now feature in open house festival

An incredible archive of images dating back to the 1950s has been ucovered in a dusty old filing cabinet in Brighton.

It belongs to George Douglas who spent much of his career in Hollywood, photographing film stars such as Audrey Hepburn, Tony Hancock and Peter Sellars for magazines including Picture Post and Life.

And as Charlotte Wilkins explains, some of the images have never been seen before. They're now on show at Brighton's Open Houses Festival.