Norwich Movie Makers is an amateur video-making club which originated in the early 1960’s, when a group of cine enthusiasts got together and formed the Norwich Cine Club. At that time, films were produced mainly on Standard 8 film without live sound. Since those days, technology has moved on a great deal. Analogue tape cameras have given way to digital, standard definition to high definition, film to tape and now, tape to solid state. But regardless of the technology, they all have the ability to capture moving images and sound, which can be edited to produce an entertaining or informative short film.
We are a friendly bunch – new members are always welcome, whether you are a complete beginner or an experienced movie maker! We make films for our own enjoyment with the chance to enter into local, regional and national competitions. Making a film which others appreciate and enjoy can be immensely satisfying.
If you are interested in coming to one of our meetings and seeing if you'd like to join us, please email the Chairman, Trevor Last (email@example.com) or Secretary, Phillip Collins (firstname.lastname@example.org).
AUTUMN 2016 PROGRAMME
To see details click on "Club Programme - Autumn 2016" in the left panel.