Per the IAC Facebook page:
The IAC brings you another relaxed, non-competitive evening of short films. For everyone. For free. Whether your film is brand new, or a rarely seen classic, we want to give it the audience it deserves!
Host: Paul Kittel, FACI & IAC Patron
*** Entries are now open ***To enter a film:
1. If it’s not online already, upload it to YouTube or Vimeo
2. Email the film’s web link to: email@example.com
Film or no film, join us for the online show on Zoom from 7:00pm on Sunday 29th May 2022. Film show starts at 7:30pm
Meeting ID: 847 0197 2435
See you there!
This week’s meeting will see another screening of films that come from outside our club but the standard will just as high, as the IAC logo above might have already indicated to you.
The governing body of all amateur film clubs across the UK is involved in many film competitions across the country and even overseas, one of which is the prestigious BIAFF (British International Amateur Film Festival). Each year films from all over the country are submitted for judging and rated from 1 to 5 stars with eight exceptional entries awarded a Diamond Award, making this a high contested competition indeed.
For our delectation a selection of films of recent BIAFF entries will be shown on Tuesday night, all of which were rewarded at least 3 or 4 stars in competition, so none of your rubbish here! There will be room for brief critical discussion after each film in what promises to be an entertaining and busy evening.
Due to circumstances beyond our control the meeting will take place at All Saints Church in Bark Hart Road, Orpington (where we have held previous meetings including last year’s AGM). If you need a reminder of how to get there please consult this map:
Hope to see you there.