It’s time ladies and gentlemen for you to reveal to the club how hard you have been working in fulfilling the project theme of “Spring”, as originally announced HERE.

Project evenings are a fun way to flex one’s creative muscles and it never ceases to amaze how many different interpretations we get on a single topic and we are sure this project will be no different.

As always could we ask that you PLEASE reply to this post in the comments section below if you are bringing a film, listing the format, run time and picture ratio. This is crucial in helping us to plan the evening time wise and to ensure we have sufficient material for the whole session, so your co-operation is very much appreciated.

And a reminder for anyone who wants to taken part in the editing project we have currently running to speak to Ian Menage about claiming a copy of the raw footage.

Thanks for reading and we look forward to seeing your “Spring” related films this Tuesday!


3 Replies to “OVFM CLUB MEETING TUESDAY APRIL 26th 2016”

  1. Unfortunately I cant attend the meeting on Tuesday but I am sending my Spring entry by Jim MR.
    Its 2. 24mins long 4:3 ratio. Sorry its on a menu. Hope the evening goes well
    Barbara Darby

  2. Last night saw four official responses to the “Spring” project theme and two further films from the archive relative to the topic.

    First was Barbara “Cakes” Darby and her visual essay “Spring” which was followed by another member of the Kemsing Mafia, Jim Morten-Robertson, who gave us a short animated feature about a bee, also called “Spring”. Bob Wyeth gave us “Spring Has Sprung” which shared a classic poem that Jim used in his film! The final original film was “Spring Into Summer” by the final KM member, Jane Oliver.

    The two films from the archive came courtesy of our chairman Simon “Snapper” Earwicker’s film “After The Rain” and Lady Annabelle of Lancaster’s golden oldie “Spring Lambs”. The evening was wrapped up with a collaboration between Reg “Bomber” Lancaster, Colin “Colin” Jones and Barbara Walker entitled “My Beautiful Switzerland”.

    Hopefully our next project evening will yield a higher number of responses.

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