OVFM Club Meeting Tuesday September 25th 2012

 

Okay folks, we have arrived at Round 4 of the Top Ten competition. With such an event filled summer with the Olympics, Paralympics and the traditional season for holidays abroad, the past few months should have been a fertile source of inspiration for all of you to make a film or two.

With that said, here are the members selected to provide a film for this session:

 

Brian Pfeiffer

Mike Shaw

Craig Robinson

Ann & John Epton

John Ransley

John Alford

Tony Faller

Pat Palmer

Anna Littler

Ann Perrin & Alan Gage

 
Please reply to this post if you will be providing a film at this week’s session.

If you don’t then have a film ready please let Brenda Wheatley know so that she can try to find someone else to fill the gap in the evening. If your film is ready early please feel free to bring it along to any top ten night and if there is time we will show it.

If you miss your given round you can bring your film along to a later one, but it will only be shown after those drawn for that round, if there is time.

Good luck to everyone who enters a film!

2 comments on “OVFM Club Meeting Tuesday September 25th 2012”

  1. Craig

    Unfortunately, I’ll not be supplying a film – the way that things are going right now, I am not even sure I’ll be able to get to the club again for a few months. New building and new academic year intake is a mess.

  2. Lee Relph

    Round Four saw five films entered into the competition.

    The first film was John & Ann Epton’s “Up Our Street” originally entered in the project evening of the same name.

    Next, making his triumphant return after a recent illness, was John Ransley who took us on a tour of “Kew Gardens”.

    Brain Pfeiffer’s film “Feel the Thrill” about his trip to the Arctic Circle which included Orca (killer whale) sightings, featured a comical, self-deprecating bookend which seemed to go over the heads of most members but not mine because I am clever!

    Little Alan Smith cried out “Look Mum, A Swan” in his film about pigeons.

    Finally Reg “Bomber” Lancaster dug deep into his personal archive to resurrect a gem from yesteryear which had hitherto remained unedited and unseen until now! “Mud Mad” was the record of a cross country chase in the Netherlands many, many years ago where the contestants got a little muddy.

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