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We are a group of independent local film-makers with interests and experience in a wide range of film-making techniques, from cine-photography and animation through to digital editing, image manipulation and post processing. We welcome beginners; why not come for a free visit and meet our friendly crowd? See "About the Club" for where we meet.

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During the clubs active season, September to April, this page is normally updated on the Wednesday or Thursday of each week. From time to time I put up links on - where else but, the useful links page. Please have a look occasionally, and if you have any suggestions for permanent links or find any that have changed/are faulty, let me know. Thanks, Tim.

Monday 11th December 2017

The Dave Sephton Competition.

This was the first competition of the season and the subject was “Local interest” with a maximum running time of 12 minutes. It was judged by non-competing club members. The winner was M. Morrison with a film of the renovation of Plover Scar Lighthouse. Second was 'Ultimate Laser Adventure' the film of a major fire in Morecambe by K T Russell, and third 'Distance Test with a Drone' by D Weatherley.

K.T. Russell
Hon Sec

Opening of the BAY GATEWAY 31st October 2016 filmed and edited by members of Morecambe Bay Movie Makers from Morecambe Bay Movie Makers on Vimeo.

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Next Meeting

Monday Jan 8th 2018.

Showcase Raffle

The idea is that every member brings in a movie or just a few rushes to show. The subject is your choice; the time limit is approx. 5 minutes. Each member who enters some movies will receive a raffle ticket. At the end of the night a prize-winner, or two, will be drawn out of the hat. .