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Welcome

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.

Cartoons by Graeme.

Latest News

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 19 February

Rob Hallam from Bigtank in Blackburn talked about his company and the work they do. He gave us some information about his personal history and how he got into film making and illustrated it with a series of still pictures. He also described some of the equipment he uses. After the break he showed us examples of work he has carried out for Ginetta sports cars, Batch Gin of Burnley and Golden Eagle Luxury Trains of Russia amongst others.


Trailer for a DVD that will be available through St John's Hospice, on the making of the Bay Gateway and the Welly Walks staged by St John's. 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.

Next Meeting

Monday Feb 26th 2018.

Cumbria Trophy Competition

The Cumbria competition is open to all members who have not won a club competition before. The subject is open and the max length is 3 minutes 20 seconds. To be judged and commented on by 3 non-competing club members

One Minute Competition

The One Minute Competition is open to all members, the only rule is that it must be less than one minute long. This will be judged by all non-competing members