THE RAY TOLEMAN MEMORIAL TROPHY.
BFVS has won the Gloucester Inter-Club Competition again. You will remember that we won with "Vernon's Permutation" a few years ago. This time we won with a specially edited version of Julian Baldwin's film called "The Bath Buildathon".
The G.I-C.C. is a competition held annually amongst 7 clubs situated in the area in and near Gloucestershire. This year the competition was hosted by and next year it will be the turn of BFVS to do the honours.
We are all saddened to hear that Olive passed away earlier this month.
A short, affectionate paragraph or two has been written by some of our members.
to read about Olive.
THE RAY BUCKLAND CUP
Pictured are Donna Buckland and her son, Neil presenting a new trophy to Gordon Young (left) for his film "Through Ticket to New York".
THE RAY BUCKLAND CUP
is awarded for the best composition in memory of Ray Buckland who passed away in July 2008.
to read about Ray.
The winner was David Knowles with "Tour des Combins". A record of a trecking holiday around the Italian-Swiss Grand Combin massif.
A very close second was John Bell with "When Nature Fights Back". A documentary about the unearthing of the Bayon temple in Angkor, Cambodia.
THE QUICKIE COMPETITION
Dave James and Gordon Young win with their entry entitled, "Taking on Brunel".
A short news item about the historic Observatory Tower and the neighbouring Clifton Suspension Bridge.
THE JACK BAKER TROPHY
Holiday video competition
NEW BOUNCERS FOR BFVS MEETINGS?
a film about the 'murder' of King Edward II at Berkeley
Castle in the 14th Century. The evening included green screen shots of an angry crowd, plague victims, and a solitary peasant.The evening ended with the recording of crowd noises.
BFVS members were behind the cameras and recording the sound and the rest were roped in as extras where they joined actors from local drama groups.
On June 15th the Society played host to the filming of scenes from the low budget feature film "Uncertain Proof"
WE WIN AT THE 35th TEIGN CUP COMPETITION
A record 19 entries from local clubs affilliated to the IAC was submitted in the 35th Teign Cup Competition.
‘Taking on Brunel’, made by Dave James and Gordon Young was awarded the FIRST PRIZE along with a cash prize of £50.
Gordon writes, "I wrote it in two hours, we filmed it, on the hoof, in two hours and then Dave spent two days editing it."
FROME FIVE MINUTE FESTIVAL
CONGRATULATIONS are in order for Malcolm Stephens who won FIRST PRIZE IN THE OPEN CATEGORY at the Frome Five Minute Festival with his film, "GATEWAY TO THE WEST"
Full details of the Competition can be seen on Frome's website: