OVFM Club Meeting November 22nd 2011

The next club meeting on November 22nd is a double header as we welcome both entries for a club competition and contributions to the latest club project!


This session plays host to the annual Mike Turner Plate competition, an award

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named after our esteemed (and amorous) Vice Chairman….erm, Dave Whatshisname.

This competiton has been in existence since 1967 and has unusual origins. Mike was screening his latest film at a club night which he believed was his magnum opus – a psychadelic musical version of Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard – and would sweep the boards at the club awards. It began quite promisingly when, exactly one minute into the film, the projector (operated by one Reg Lancaster, whose own film won all the awards that year – coincidence?) suddenly failed and the film was destroyed. Interestingly the last image on the

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screen was a close up of a plate. Mike was too distraught to make a copy of the film and it has never been seen again, so out of pity in consolation the club members decided to create a special contest to reward those who can make an entertaining film inside one minute – and thus the Mike Turner Plate was born!

Previous winners include Annabelle Lancaster, Basil Doody and Mile Coad.

While voting takes place at this meeting the results will not be revealed until the OVFM Oscars next March!

Rules for this competiton can be found HERE and good luck to all who enter a film!



Also on this (presumably) cold wintry evening we look forward to seeing the fruits of your labours for the latest club project “Guess Where This Was Filmed?” Guess what this is about….

As always I’m sure many of you have been busy and have risen to the challenge to produce a film which will cause many headaches for your fellow club members when it comes to recognising the location of your film (just as long as it isn’t round the back of your garden shed (apparently that is “cheating” so Brenda Wheatley tells me. Hmph!).

Anyhoo, here’s to another fun evening with your friends at OVFM!

2 Replies to “OVFM Club Meeting November 22nd 2011”

  1. Well done Lee.
    Yet another amusing and informative trailer for this evening, just sorry I won’t be there. Freddy is in charge tonight.I’m sure everyone will enjoy the evening.

  2. Thanks Brenda.

    Last night we were entertained by 17 (count ‘em) films for the two categories. First up was the Mike Turner Plate competition.

    Kicking things off were two comedies – “Pregnant Pause” from Charlie Caseley and “Team Work” by Colin Jones. This was followed by a 60 second celebration for a centenarian by Simon “Snapper” Earwicker entitled “100 Years and One Minute” then a cheeky little tale from cheeky little Anna Littler who was “Looking For Fairies”. Jane Oliver was out and about “Whatever The Weather” then this round of films closed with a Derek Allen double bills of “Back To the 60’s” and “Lest We Forget”.

    The results of this contest will be announced at the Oscars next march.

    The second half of the evening was dedicated to the latest project “Guess Where This Was Filmed?” and saw 10 entries.

    Trying to test the club members’ geographical knowledge were Bob Wyeth (Brooklands), Annabelle Lancaster (Wiltshire), Derek Allen (the tiger sanctuary at the bottom of his HUGE garden), John Ransley (Connecticut USA), Brain Pfeiffer (the skies above Chatham and Rochester), one of the Barbara Darbys – the other one – (Borneo), Andy “Del Boy” Watson (Bluewater Nature Park – aka the Food Hall), Sue Ward (Coolings Nature Trail in Knockholt) and Jane Oliver (Normandy). Among this batch was something of a curiosity as Reg Lancaster (or was it David Laker? – sort it out among yourselves chaps) supplied a piece of archive footage from OVFM club founder Vic Blackman which was shot in Badgers Mount and featured a well known (?) racing driver from the 1960’s.

    Quite a varied and eventful evening all round.

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