Club Night Events Programme
The club meets weekly between September and April
Weekly activities include
External Speakers. These are usually professionals who earn their living out of Film and Television industry. Recent speakers have included professional video makers, television or Film producers, TV Actors, news and sports TV Camera operators and Northwest Film Activists. It is common for them to show examples of their work and to talk about it.
Internal Speakers. are members, who talk about their filming activities. More experienced members will talk about technical topics such as use of drones, safety and regulations, editing techniques, software, use of sound and animation.
Competitions are held periodically. Members wishing to do can enter short films in categories such as local interest,60 second films, documentaries and holiday films.
Showcase Raffle. Please bring along a raffle prize and a film you are working on or something you would like everyone to see.
Dave Rush will give us a presentation entitled “The Source of the Lune”.
This will be a stroll down the Lune from its source to Sunderland Point.
Eric Competition and Dibden nominations
There are 13 films for the Eric.
If there is time we could watch films made by previous members.
24 OCTOBER – No meeting at St Christopher’s.
27 OCTOBER – Thursday.
We are meeting at Lancaster Photographic’s venue for the 50/50 night. They meet at 7pm for a 7.30pm start. Their address is Cameron House, White Cross Business Park, Lancaster LA1 4XF and the route can be found by clicking on the following link : how to find us
Dave Weatherley will give us a presentation on how he creates documentary wedding films. He tells the story through speeches, the ceremony and the type of music the couples give
Hot Pot Supper. Pamela will be letting us have a show reel from her club and hopefully she will be able to come on the night.
Some more travel films with Christine & Martin
You will be able to see all the films that members made on their trip to the Lake District from the Haverthwaite railway and steamer to Bowness in July.
All the members will edit their own films and all of them will be shown.
It is suggested that each film be up to 20 minutes in length.
SEPHTON TROPHY – Local Interest. (12 mins max. This will be voted on by non-competing members. As well as the winner getting a trophy, the Most Entertaining Film will be entered into next year’s Eric.
QUIZ with Christine and Martin. Bring friends and family along to take part.
Annual Dinner at Morecambe Golf Club. 7 for 7.30pm.
2 JANUARY 2023
New year holiday