JOINT SECOND PRIZE went to Chris Jarvis for, "Therapist" and Steve Andrews for, "A Walk in the Park".
COMPETITION WINNER Bill Baldwin received the trophy and £50.00 cash for "The Race"
THE ANNUAL TROPHY COMPETITION
It was full house again for the screening of our Annual Trophy Competition at the clubroom. Six videos were shown and after each one the judge, producer and director Keith Sheather, gave his critique
After light refreshment and FREE coffee the results were announced and Keith awarded prizes and commented on the very high standard of entries.
Chromafest was an all day exercise to investigate all aspects of chromakey technique in a controlled and scientific manner.
We looked for the answer to one very basic question:
Is there a procedure whereby we amateur filmmakers can achieve a good chromakey result without having to use equipment and software we cannot afford.
The results will be presented at our next meeting.
MAKE UP DEMONSTRATION or GORE BLIMEY! IT'S BURNS NIGHT!
Lisa-Maria Thomas from City of Bristol College treated us to an excellent demonstration of make up for film, including a vampire mask and the blood and gore of a major burn. Losing a nail was not a painful experience for one club member even though it looked like it!
WE WIN PRIZES
We are delighted with our success at various local competitions..
SoCo (IAC Southern Counties) Regional Film & Video Competition Results
Frank Bond picked up three awards for, "The EPK of Pigeon Post": Best Use of Sound, Best Editing and Overall Winner. Frank was also commended for his, "In the Corner of a Foreign Field"
Our club production, "Clarkson" was awarded Best Club Entry - Runner Up.
Frome Five Minute Festival
Malcolm Stephens was awarded second prize in the Drama category for his film "Assassin" and third prize in the Holiday/Travelogue section with, "Vista De Balcon".
Gloucester Inter-Club Tournament
We were pleased to receive the Ray Toleman Memorial Trophy for our film, Vernon's Permutation
April "CLARKSON" MENTIONED IN DISPATCHES
It seems that our award winning production, Clarkson, is attracting quite large audiences outside the usual amateur film world.
Here is an article that appeared recently in the BRISTOL EVENING POST.