OVFM Club Meeting Tuesday September 17th 2013

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After the disappointment of just two entries in Round Three of the annual Top Ten competition we hope that now the summer holidays are effectively over that there will be a greater response for round four. We hope you’ve been busy with your cameras catching the sights and sounds of whichever glamorous locale you invaded during this traditional period of getaways and relaxation, and we look forward to seeing the fruits of your cinematic labours.

The members who have been drafted for this round are as follows:

 

Bob Vine

Annabelle Lancaster

Alan Smith

Jim Morton-Robertson

Sam Brown

Andy Watson

Brenda & Roger Wheatley

Pat Palmer

Brian Pfeiffer

Mike Graham

 

Please reply to this post if you will be providing a film at this week’s session, along with the running time, picture ratio (16:9 or 4:3) and media format (DVD, Mini DV, etc). This is a tremendous help in planning out the time allotment of the meeting.

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.

The results from the previous rounds can be found HERE.

Good luck to everyone who enters a film!

2 comments on “OVFM Club Meeting Tuesday September 17th 2013”

  1. Simon

    A BIG thanks to last nights contributors, David, Pat, Alan and Andy, for a very entertaining evening. By turn the films were informative, fascinating, amusing and cute, and clearly demonstrated the film makers’ range.
    Good luck in the competition.

  2. Lee Relph

    As you may have guessed from Simon’s post above, we saw four films last night.

    First up was “Campdowne” by David Laker with a little help from his friends. This was a look at the recent Campdowne 2013 festival in which Scouting groups from around the world descend upon our fair shores to compare woggles.

    Next was “Rocky Roads” a look at the US through the eyes of Pat Palmer, featuring a Wild West rodeo show! Yeehaw!

    Then Andy Watson had trouble with “The Password” in a 30 second quickie – divorce that is! 😛

    Finally we had “Day Four With Flo” in which Alan Smith welcomed a new puppy into his family.

    So, four entries in round number four of the Top Ten competition. Maybe we’ll get five next time?

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