CURRENT PROGRAMME

All meetings are held at: St Andrews Hall
Albert Road, Caversham Reading RG4 7AW
starting at 8pm, doors open 7:45pm

Green highlighting  means NOT a Tuesday Club night or NOT at usual venue


2017    
Tues 12th Dec Live animals to make a short commercial film PRACTICAL
"Owen's Animals". Owen has a collection of (small) live animals and he has asked RFVM to make a short film for his website. We will film and later collate our footage in return for a donation to our club. Do join us to help and see the animals.
Tues 19th Dec GOODBYE 2017 Christmas festivities & Nibbles. Always a fun evening. Details to be announced
Tues 26th Dec NO MEETING  
2018    
Tues 2nd Jan NO MEETING  
Tues 9th Jan ON LOCATION Filming at South Hill Park, Ringmead, Bracknell, RG12 7PA See to find it
Tues 16th Jan ON LOCATION Filming at South Hill Park, Ringmead, Bracknell, RG12 7PA See to find it
Tues 23rd Jan THE WARD TROPHY Our annual competition for the best holiday film or video (max 15-minutes). Based on just a day, or a whole holiday. We enjoy a selection of travelogue style films
Tues 30th Jan GUEST SPEAKER
BRENDA MARTIN. Brenda writes short stories, and will share her knowledge to aid our script writing skillls. She will also criqtique short scripts for us, so do bring along a script or even ideas you are working on.
Tues 6th Feb Competition night BURKE TROPHY for the best 10-min film or video made by a club member who has not previously won a club competition, + CAVERSHAM CUP for the best 1-min film or video. Always a popular night. Lets have LOADS of films to see tonight folks!
Tues 13th Feb Comedy Night What makes a successful comedy? It's a tough one, but tonight we enjoy a selection of successfullly made comedy shorts to inspire us.
Tues 20th Feb THE GEAR TROPHY Our annual competition for the best documentary film or video (max 15-minutes). Subject could be anything...so always an interesting evening. Can be just a few minutes, or up to 15mins. These take a lot of planning, but plenty of time, so hope to see lots of entries.
Tues 27th Feb GUEST SPEAKER
Gordon Young from Bristol Film and Video Society.
Gordon is an established documentary filmmaker and regularly screens his work. He will talk about planning and shooting successful documentaries and show a selection of his BIAFF award-winning short documentary films. We will learn lots of tips and techniques for use with this particular genre of filmmaking
Tues 6th Mar PRACTICAL RFVM Members Sophie and Oli, will previously have provided teams with short film scripts. Tonight we film and enjoy the results at our AGM on May 1st
Fri 9th Mar STAINES INTERCLUB COMPETITION At Laleham Village Hall, TW18 1RZ at 7.30pm
Tues 13th Mar BERNARD BAREHAM FICTION TROPHY Our annual competition for the best fictional story film or video (max 15-minutes). An entertaining evening of members work, including the club film made at South Hill Park.
Tues 20th Mar TECHNICAL TIPS FOR AUDIO The success of a film is more than 50% down to the audio content. Tonight RFVM Members Dave and Sophie offer advice on how to get the best results
Tues 27th Mar PRACTICAL Creating tension. Teams will be given a topic, and their challenge is to make a short film with tension. Results at our AGM on May 1st 
Tues 3rd Apr Best of BIAFF A selection of The British Internation Amateur Film Festival winning films of recent years
Tues 10th Apr THE BOURNES CUP Annual open competition for the best film or video (max 15-minutes). This can be a film not yet seen or one already submitted to another competition this season
Tues 17th Apr GUEST SPEAKER RFVM Member Maggie is a Director at Shinfield Theatre. She is joined by a fellow Director to share their knowledge of directing a play.
Tues 24th Apr PLANNING As another season is almost at an end, we discuss members' script ideas for teams to get together over the summer months. Bring along your synopsis, or even just an idea. And if you are not a script writer, get involved with camera, audio, directing or even assistant. You will learn loads from these projects, giving you the opportunity to take time creating a bigger project without the limitations of time during club meetings. Great for getting to know others too
FRI 27th Apr READING PREMIERE NIGHT We invite our friends and families to see the highlights of our year and present our awards at the Reading Golf Club. With this being our Diamond anniversary, it will be a red carpet event!
Tues 1st May
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Review of the year and AGM business. Election of Chair and Committee members for the next season. Ideas for next season, and results of short films made a few weeks ago
     
Summer break    
     

   

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