The Programme Co-ordinator is an important job that brings together the speakers, competitions, presentations and workshops into a successful season of weekly meetings.
|Green highlighting||means NOT a Tuesday Club night or NOT at usual venue|
|Tues 7th Sep||START OF NEW SEASON
|ONLINE meeting, NOT in the Church Hall
Howard Perry, Wildlife Photographer turned Indie Film Maker, talks about his experience making his award winning short fantasy/drama ‘Skye Steele - Rise of Nefertiti’. Set in the 1930s the film tells the story of detectives; Skye Steele and Inspector Miles Davies as they try to unravel the mystery surrounding the disappearance of mysterious artefacts from the tomb of Tutankhamun.
|Tues 21st Sep||
|Grosvenor Trophy - Summer Project films competition REPLACED by EXTERNAL SPEAKER
Joshua Mims is an educator with a background in film and television directing, acting, and editing. He is an award winning filmmaker, with experience in single and multi-camera productions, music videos, corporate video, and voice over.
|Tues 5th Oct||PRACTICAL - Action shots||See recent email for details - depending on hall availability and members interest.
Fallback online meeting with Jim Reed talking about his ageing film if hall not available
|Tues 19th Oct||EXTERNAL SPEAKER
|Ronika Merl is an award winning, twice optioned screenwriter, writer, and public speaker. She provides editing services for scripts, and has spoken for a diverse array of audiences.|
|Tues 2nd Nov||Meet in Hall - 24hr competitions talk||Some members (Karen, Daniel and Eric) will talk about their experiences with 48 hour film competitions|
|Tues 16th Nov||EXTERNAL SPEAKER James Carson-Kerrigan
in the Hall
Talk about Hillingdon TV by James Carson-Kerrigan.
Hillingdon Vision Community Media C.I.C strives towards a better Borough for all. We promote positive change through our media work; charitable services and Community Events.
Incorporating Hillingdon Television we aim to challenge the inequality in local media, offering our volunteers training and experience in media and video production.
We focus on positive local media , news and create content that matters to our members.
|Tues 30th Nov||Club Competitions
|Currie Cup - 4 min MAX film. Also Kennet Cup - animation films (stop motion or computer animated)|
|Tues 14th Dec||CHRISTMAS PARTY
|Activities to be decided|
|Tues 28th Dec||CHRISTMAS BREAK|
|Tues 11th Jan||EXTERNAL SPEAKER
|Stephen Ford speaks about his experience running a screenwriters group - and what he learned from a film that wasn't made.|
|Tues 25th Jan||Club Competition||Gear Trophy - Documentary (Max 15 mins) The main criteria for this competition is to inform your audience who can learn from your subject matter.|
|Tues 8th Feb||EXTERNAL SPEAKER
|Tues 22nd Feb||Club Competitions||Ward Trophy- Holiday films (Max 15 mins).|
|Tues 8th Mar||PRACTICAL - green screen|
|Tues 22nd Mar||EXTERNAL SPEAKER|
|Tues 5th Apr||Club Competitions||Burke Trophy (for members who have not previously WON any competition at RFVM) (Max 10 mins)
AND Caversham Cup (MAX 1min).
|Tues 25th Apr||EXTERNAL SPEAKER|
|Tues 9th May||Club Competition||Bernard Bareham Fiction Trophy (Max 15 mins)|
|Tues 23rd May||PRACTICAL - recreate a scene|
|Tues 6th Jun||EXTERNAL SPEAKER|
|Tues 20th Jun||Club Competition||Bournes Cup - Best of the Year (Max 15 mins) to be judged by external judge. Films submitted for this competition must have been entered into an RFVM competition at some time during the group year. Submission of entries by midnight 3rd June 2022, links to Oli Googlemail email address.|
|Tues 4th Jul||AGM and SOCIAL|