OVFM CLUB MEETING – TUESDAY AUGUST 30th 2016

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It’s time to find out just who in the OVFM club members find to be the most fascinating and curious out of their peers to make an ambiguous film about them for the rest of us to guess their identity. As announced back at the beginning of July this unique concept is the basis for the latest club project Who Am I? and the results are now due!

Hopefully this different approach to a film topic will bear much fruit and with the club not short on interesting personalities, we should be in for one of the more esoteric and unpredictable nights of  viewing not to mention enlightening and revelatory (in a good way I’m sure).

Reminder – If you are bringing a film this week then PLEASE reply to this post in the comments/reply section below, letting us know the film’s run time, format (DVD, Blu-ray) and picture ratio (4:3 or 16:9). This is a great help for us when planning the evening out and helping things run smoothly so if you could do us this courtesy it would be greatly appreciated.

And further to the recent announcement regarding the special newsreel for the upcoming Autumn film show, please ensure if you have footage to bring it with you to this meeting.

Thank you and good luck to everyone who enters a film!

3 comments on “OVFM CLUB MEETING – TUESDAY AUGUST 30th 2016”

  1. Lee Relph

    Along with Barbara’s film , we had just one other entry (two technically, but it was supplied by a mystery club member and the file wasn’t compatible with our Blu-ray player) for this unique project, which clearly proved too challenging for the masses.

    Barbara was the star of her film, although I am assuming she read the rules and someone else did the filming. The second film from Ian Menage proved a lot more difficult for us to guess correctly, with nobody being able to spot Trevor Rogers as the man behind the mask.

    The highlight of the night was clearly the teaser trailer I made for the MEET DEXTER film while the remainder of the evening was spent looking at some of the films from this year’s SERIAC Film Festival. We saw a variety of film from the straightforward to ones with great ambition, but more importantly there were many CLUB films, an area in which we need to strengthen our resolve and be more productive in. MEET DEXTER shows we can come together, so why aren’t we doing more?

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