Ribble Valley Movie Makers
As a club our aim is to make movies both for entertainment and general interest and to produce a valuable record of events and life in our time. We do this either singly, in small groups, or as a whole club.
Members are encouraged to share the videos they have produced and these can be projected onto a large screen from DVD or USB stick or by connecting a device using HDMI.
We meet at the Pendle Club where we have space to set up a screen, video and audio equipment for use in meetings, and also areas which are suitable for shooting some of our films. We have our own green screening facilities.
During the summer months we get outside to film local events or to make our own individual movies.
The subject of films produced during 2014 included moth rearing, police dog training, a tram museum, sheep shearing and several comedy sketches - not forgetting our Club production ‘The Black Pudding Club’.
Our meetings are held at
The Pendle Club
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Ribble Valley Movie Makers was formed as the Ribble Valley Camcorder Club in 2004. It exists to provide a forum for enthusiastic video makers and to provide help with
Ours is a small but active club. We have a programme to suit all levels of ability and interests, including visiting speakers, ‘how to do’ evenings, making films, showing members’ films and going on away visits. Each year we hold a show of our work for family, friends and members of the public. This includes the award of trophies for the less than 4 min and over 4 min video competitions. We also produce videos for community projects and for local events, amateur groups and school shows.
We are members of the IAC which is the the Film and Video Institute for non-commercial film and A-V.
Meetings: First and third Thursday of the month during September to May
Fortnightly during June to August