Who are we?
Finchley Film Makers (FFM) is a thriving and well-established film-making club. We are dedicated to the appreciation and production of non-professional films and videos. We welcome all like-minded people.
Whatever your technical or artistic skills, or if you are just interested in film, you will be very welcome.
We use a range of equipment from smartphones and tablets up to professional broadcast quality cameras and associated lighting and sound recorders.
If you have skills or interests in related topics such as drama, script-writing, camera operation, sound, music or lighting you will be a welcome part of the team.
We offer :
The chance to talk to other film-makers about equipment and film making techniques.
Film shoots for hands-on experience.
The opportunity to show your films on our big screen to other members for constructive feedback.
The chance to see other independent film productions.
The chance to enter film-competitions within the club and get information about external competitions.
A wide range of talks and demonstrations on all aspects of film making.
Social events throughout the year.
FFM was founded in 1930 as the Finchley Amateur Cine Society and is one of the longest established and best-known Clubs in the UK.
We have been producing both Drama and Documentary Films and Videos for more than 80 years
The club is affiliated to the IAC (Institute of Amateur Cinematographers) a very useful resource for the film-maker.
We meet around 20 times a year between September and July in north London.
Where are we?
We meet every other Friday from 7:30 pm until 10:00 pm at:
Quaker Meeting House 58 Alexandra Grove North Finchley London N12 8QH
West Finchley tube station (northern Line)
Exit & turn right and walk 8-10 minutes to Alexandra Grove; turn right and look for the hall and small car park almost immediately on your left.
Or take the 221 bus straight there.
Terms and Conditions
Annual membership costs £65 payable each year in September. There is a family membership for £75 and a concessionary rate for students, under 18s and unwaged. There is a Junior Section for children under 11, which is free. Membership includes attendance of the 20 meetings per year, entry into competitions and other benefits of the club.
People who cannot attend meetings but still wish to be involved in the club can become Associate Members, which is free. This entitles them to be on the circulation list for notices and newsletters.