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OVFM CLUB MEETING – TUESDAY OCTOBER 17th

  Moving Part II No, you’re not experiencing deja vu, we are seeing more films from our project MOVING but unlike last time, the films being shown in this session will be from other clubs. If you recall the topic of MOVING was originally to be applied to the North vs South competition which, for

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OVFM CLUB MEETING – TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 19th

  MOVING   This week’s club meeting sees members given the chance to share with us the fruits of their labours in interpreting the theme “Moving”. You’ve had a few months since we first announced this project to think this over and whilst it is a difficult subject to tackle for a drama piece, there

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OVFM CLUB MEETING TUESDAY MAY 30th 2017

This week’s meeting is a filming project with a difference and requires participation from you, dear club members. In order to get people comfortable with filming and to propagate the understanding of what goes into the preparation and making of a film, the concept for this mini-project is to strip the process down to its

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OVFM CLUB MEETING TUESDAY MAY 2nd 2017

  As you may already be aware by now, the future of the annual North vs. South competition is in doubt after OVFM relinquished the job of running the event and, at the time of posting, there has no been response from other clubs to pick up the mantle. However it has been decide that

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The Making Of “MEET DEXTER” – Part One

OR “NEVER WORK WITH CHILDREN, ANIMALS OR DINOSAURS!” Part One: Damn you, Brain! Sometimes I wish I my mind would switch off when we discuss project ideas or here are calls for a film script to suit a competition theme at our club meetings; it always ends with many sleepless nights and unnecessary stress –

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New OVFM Project – Who Am I?

WHO AM I? Time for another project for you all to flex your creative muscles and challenge your creative skills, and this one is a real challenge! While the title suggests that a the end result is to be a guessing game for the audience, there is a twist to the concept – the film you

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