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Affiliated to:

The Avon Association of Drama

The Film and Video Institute

Next meeting:

Tuesday, 1 October, 7.30pm

WELCOME to Bristol Film and Video Society.

All aspects of film making are covered at our twice monthly meetings which run throughout the year.

You can find us at 7.30pm every first and third Tuesday of the month at the Filton Town Council Pavilion, Elm Park, Filton, Bristol, BS34 7PS.

Why not come to a couple of meetings and see how you get on. One of our clubs main aims is to help beginners and if you decide to join membership is only £45 for a whole year. For this you get guest speakers, 'how to' sessions, practical events and, if you choose, involvement in our ongoing projects and productions.

We look forward to meeting you soon.



How Are Professional Documentaries Made?

Stephanie Wessell, a professional broadcast TV producer will join us at our next meeting on 1st October.

With TV credits including Who Do You Think You Are?, The One Show and Back in Time For School, she will take us through her varied TV career and show us her nsight into how a professional documentary is put together, casting, producing and researching.

25  September

BFVS Filmmaking in Bristol participation in Bluescreen at the Cube Cinema.

The Bluescreen film show events at the Cube cinema https://bluescreenfilms.weebly .com/ are an 'open mike' event were you just turn up with your film (please check rules) and it is shown on a proper cinema screen.

Some members will have their own suitable films (all types acceptable - documentary, fiction, art, music etc.) to take along and hence will get free entry. we will also take some recent short club productions along. If you have worked - in any capacity - on a club production in the last few years then we should be able to juggle films to get members free entry. A good opportunity for members to have their films shown on the big screen to an audience of filmmakers.