Happy New Year everyone!
As is the tradition here at OVFM we kick off the year by bring some business from the previous year to close – vis-a-vis the Top Ten competition! You can read the results of the individual rounds HERE whilst the final ten (or in this case eleven) films that garnered the most votes thus are up for a second evaluation, with the winner being announced at the Oscars in march, are as follows:
1. Hampden P1344 – Jim Morten-Robertson 54.62
2. Orpington In The 1840s – David Laker 54.38
3. It’s A Pug’s Life – Lee Relph 53.23
4. Please – John Greengrass 52.84
5. No Thanks Not Me – Colin Jones 52.76
6. The Juggler – Reg Lancaster 52.42
7. But Is It Art? – Hugh Darrington 49.15
8. 1940’s Showreel – Barbara Darby 48.32
9. Come Fly With Me – Trevor Rogers 47.38
10. Glorious Devon – Jane Oliver 47.23
= New Year 2017 In London – Wally McKenna 47.23
Everyone on this list should have received an e-mail from competitions officer Hugh Darrington threatening violent repercussions for anyone who fails to bring their film with them to this meeting or arrange to have it brought via proxy if you can’t make it yourself, which will also result in immediate disqualification from the competition.
Also, members are reminded that this meeting is the FINAL DEADLINE for submitting their entries to the Annual Competition to Hugh. The entry forms can be downloaded HERE (this is a Members’ Only page so be sure you are logged in).
If you are entering a film, be advised that the judges have requested DVD only, but we are requesting that those of you who are happy to have your films uploaded for display in the new special section on this site via the club’s Vimeo account to please bring your film on a USB stick or alternatively, you can upload them to the designated folder on our FILEZILLA server. (Again, these are Members’ Only pages).
And in keeping with this, anyone who took a USB stick from Andy a few months back to supply a brief sample of your work in your preferred file format, please be sure to bring it with you to this meeting, so Andy and John can get to work on determining the most popular and accessible formats.
Good luck to everyone who has a film in the final!