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Jeremy
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Your Club's Showreel

Post by Jeremy » Fri Apr 10, 2009 6:27 pm

Hi There...

Would any of you that are members of a thriving video club be interested in exchanging your club's latest DVD Showreel with ours? I am soon to take over as Chairman of Staines Cine & Video Society and would like our members to see a wider variety of films produced by other amateur video clubs.

Happy Easter to everyone........ :)
Jeremy

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Re: Your Club's Showreel

Post by ned c » Fri Apr 10, 2009 10:29 pm

Hi Jeremy, welcome to the forum. If one of your members cares to join AMPS then you will receive the AMPS winning DVDs on loan for a club/individual review. More info at www.ampsvideo.com

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Re: Your Club's Showreel

Post by Willy » Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:24 am

Jeremy wrote:Hi There...

Would any of you that are members of a thriving video club be interested in exchanging your club's latest DVD Showreel with ours? I am soon to take over as Chairman of Staines Cine & Video Society and would like our members to see a wider variety of films produced by other amateur video clubs.

Happy Easter to everyone........ :)
Hello Jeremy,
I am a Belgian, but I have a lot of subtitled documentaries, travelogues and some fiction films. They are in English or subtitled. My young clubmate Samuel Faict has some stories of mystery and imagination without any dialogues. If you wish I can send you some. I have already done this for a club near Manchester and the Preston Movie Makers. I am a honorary member of the PMM.

Are you going to Chesterfield ? Then I can give them to you over there. Your own films can't be shown in my own filmclub unless they are without dialogues. There is still the language-barrier, you know, though more and more English is spoken on the continent.
Willy Van der Linden

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Re: Your Club's Showreel

Post by Pqtrick » Sat Apr 11, 2009 5:59 pm

My former club in the UK, Nuneaton Moviemakers has a series of ‘showreels’ which they exchange with other clubs.
It should not be too difficult for you to track down the Chairman or Secretary!

[The website is http://www.nuneatonmoviemakers.com and there is a contacts page there. - Ed]

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Re: Your Club's Showreel

Post by fraught » Wed Apr 15, 2009 7:16 am

I don't have one... but am happy to whip something together. :-)

Infact, i was thinking of compiling some of my films onto DVD as a sort of Best of. :)
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Re: Your Club's Showreel

Post by billyfromConsett » Wed Apr 15, 2009 8:12 pm

Hi Jeremy
PM me and I'll sort you a showreel from Newcastle.

That's no problem.

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Post by stingman » Fri May 08, 2009 3:58 pm

I could also do you a Showreel of my stuff. I have had seen some of Amps DVD`s and they are excellent. I miss them now! Our club has exchanged Club DVD`s before. They may have contact details on the IAC`s website... or they may be my Details, as I was club sec when I put them up! If they're mine then you can email me and I can email you a contact email address. It`s the long way round of doing it but it is a complicated situation which I don`t want to go into!

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Re: Your Club's Showreel

Post by billyfromConsett » Sat May 09, 2009 12:07 am

Fraught - If you can put together a showreel with an intro or two that could come together for Oct 09, then we at Newcastle would like it. thanks.

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Re: Your Club's Showreel

Post by Dave Watterson » Sat May 09, 2009 8:35 am

Welcome back, Stingman!

After a long absence I see you are popping up all over the place on the forum again. Hurrah!

It would be nice if more of the people who read the forum would put in a word now and then. Sometimes we can seem like just a handful of people. In fact there are 185 members registered and more who pop in as guests just to read.

GETTING THE AMPS WINNERS DVDS

As for the AMPS (American Motion Picture Society) DVDs ... there's a really simply way to get them ... join AMPS. It costs $8 a year if you get their magazine (Movie Makers) by email - in a week or so you will be able to pay that on their website (http://www.ampsvideo.com) using a credit card or PayPal. Or you can pay £6 by post. [If you want the newsletter by regular mail the rates are $20 or £12 a year.]

Cheers

Dave

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Re: Your Club's Showreel

Post by stingman » Tue May 12, 2009 2:40 pm

Thanks David!
It has been a long time and Time has really flown by hasn`t it!
The Amps Membership IS REALLY good value. I have downloaded the form to fill in.
EVERYONE should do it!

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Re: Your Club's Showreel

Post by waccproco2010 » Sun Jan 24, 2010 1:33 pm

Hi Jeremy

My name is Mark Walsh, I am the program co-ordinator for Walthamstow Amateur Cine & Video Club.
We are looking to have a club DVD exchange next month.
Would you be interested in helping our club out with a dvd of videos please.
Obviously our club would be happy to send you a dvd of some of our productions in return.

I look forward to hearing from you in the near future.

Kind regards

Mark Walsh
mpcwalsh@hotmail.com

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