Affiliated to the IAC, CEMRIAC and the MIDLAND MOVIE MAKERS
We are a small but friendly camcorder club welcoming you whether you are a beginner
or advanced video producer. We meet every 1st and 3rd Thursday evening at 7.30
in the Braunstone Civic Centre on Kingsway between September and May. Our members
make their own films for entry into club level and regional competitions. Our yearly
programme has workshops, lectures and speakers on various subjects relating to the
hobby. The club also provides shows for other outside groups such as (W.I., flower
societies, garden clubs, retirement groups etc) and have a series of show reels for
exchanging with other clubs.You can join the club even if you have no equipment of
your own. You could be an actor, lighting or sound assistant, scriptwriter or assist
in any other way you can. So if you have all that holiday footage you do not know
what to do with, come and give us a try, with a free two week taster.
WELCOME BACK TO OUR 2017-2018 SEASON
SEP 21ST Opening evening after the summer break. During the summer 2 films were
made for the Tony Rose Competition, to be shown at the 3M’s Festival in October.
Last years winning films where discussed and chosen for the 3M’s League held throughout
the coming year.
SEP 28TH A visit from Market Harborough, a selection of Cine Films back in the
50’s. Digitalized and on DVD. We all enjoyed the “Blast from the past”, plus a film
made this year, about a Midlands Winery.
OCT 5TH First round 3’Ms League, hosted by Leicester, we had 8 visitors from various
clubs and everyone enjoyed the evening.
OCT 15TH 3M’s Autumn Festival at Newbold Verdon about 35 people attended, 8
from our club. There was a good selection of films, many we have not seen before.
Tony Rose Comp, this years theme was Moving - 1st place was Sutton Coldfield with
Moving On. The Camera Thorpe Music Comp - 1st place Sutton Coldfield with Friends.
The Documentary MMM Comp - 1st place was Sutton Coldfield with Feel Good Fire Breathing.
The John Player Fiction Comp - 1st place Sutton Coldfield with The Attic. The
Video Quip Trophy for the 1st time winner was Alan Moore with It’s a Deal.
In the Tony Rose Leicester got 3rd place with our version of Moving On and in the
Documentary Comp Tony Ward got 3rd place with Man with a Van and the Spray Can. Thankyou
to all those who entered.
Oct 19TH Film a Disc Comp. There were 6 entries, in joint 3rd place was Tony
Ward with Food Glorious Food and Barbara Peake with Up a Lazy River. 2nd place
was Cynthia Baker with A Winter’s Tale. 1st place was Toni Smith with Born Free
NOV 2ND Guest Speaker David Wilford on how to make better films.
NOV 16TH 2nd Round 3M’s Competition at Derby at their new venue. 7 of us visited
them and we all enjoyed the evening.
NOV 19TH CEMERIAC AUTUMN MOVIE FESTIVAL at Sutton Coldfield Arts Theatre. 7 members
attended and watched a good selection of films.
NOV 30TH 4 Minute Competition, we had 5 Entries, in 3rd place was Piston Polka
by Tony Ward, 2nd place Cooks Vintage Car Museum by Tony Ward, 1st place Going down
isn’t a problem by Cynthia Baker.
1 Minute Competition, we had 7 entries, in 3rd place was Love
is like a Butterfly by Cynthia Baker, in 2nd place was Fleeced by Chris Hall, 1st
place was Swanning Around by Barbara Peake.
DEC 5TH 4 members went over to Market Harborough to show them our 12 winning films
from 2016 - 2017.