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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.

Meeting 17th October 2016

At the weekly meeting on Monday 17th October 2016 it was the premier of the 2015 Video Diary. The diary was compiled by Graham Easton from individual movies shot by members of their memorable events in 2015, which he had linked together with commentary. The movies included a river cruise, walking in the Alps, working on a farm with new machinery, the Edinburgh Festival, three Cunard Queen Liners at Liverpool, a vintage train journey and many more making a varied show of well-made programmes to watch and enjoy.

K.T. Russell
Hon Sec

Over Road Rail and Water Edition 22-23 March April 2016 ..filmed and edited by ...members of Morecambe Bay Movie Makers from Morecambe Bay Movie Makers on Vimeo.

Watch any or all of our Videos above, or go straight to our Vimeo site here: Morecambe Bay Movie Makers

For just the videos of the Heysham - M6 link road construction or latest short news updates, go here.

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Monday Oct 17th.

News Reel Diary 2015

The premier of the 2015 Diary submitted by member in 2015. For those who did not get round to submitting a film in that year now is the chance to look one out and bring it to show, better late than never.