What do we do?
Our program of club nights contains a lively mix of presentations and workshops on filmmaking, where you can learn tips and techniques, as well as screenings and social events. In addition to club nights, we meet to make films and for other occasions by arrangement. All this represents incredible value for money on our Full Membership, which costs just £65 for the entire year (through to July 2020).
When do we meet?
We hold ‘club nights’ on alternate Friday evenings, from 7:30 pm until 10:00 pm.
Where do we meet?
We're easy to find at:
Quaker Meeting House, 58 Alexandra Grove, North Finchley, London N12 8QH.
West Finchley tube station on the Northern Line. Turn right on exiting the station and walk 8-10 minutes along Nether Street to Alexandra Grove, then turn right and look for the hall and small car park almost immediately on your left.
No. 221, alight at the Nether Street stop.
Programmme for 2019-2020
Many of our meeting present information which is of enduring value. For any meetings you missed or to reference the notes provided, check out our archive of previous meetings here.
Nov 15 - Tips & Tricks of Post Production 2 - Ian Morris
Our President follows up on last years masterclass with more valuable editing guidance.
Nov 29 - To be Announced
Dec 13 - Xmas special - Simon Woolf
A seasonal social and competing groups will battle it out for a prize in another one of our fiendish film quizs.
Jan 24 - Filming in the Round - Ian Morris
An experimental evening where we attempt to film several scenes simultaneously in a ‘round’ studio set up.
Feb 7 - What makes a good film? - Simon Woolf
Simon presents his popular critical analysis of a well known film.
Feb 21 - Video forum with video skills demos - TBA
Experienced video makers in the club will describe and demonstrate key video skills in an open forum discussion.
Mar 6 - So you want to go professional? - Peter Kidman
Several members who have experience of working as video professionals will be giving advice on how to make a success of ‘going professional’.
Later in the year
Award winning documentary BIAFF film: ‘A Life In Film’ - Ian Morris
Latest technical developments in Video – Peter Kidman