Sutton Coldfield Movie Makers with Sutton Coldfield College
MEETINGS at Wylde Green Community HallCANCELLED UNTIL AT LEAST MARCH 2021
See Programme page for details of forthcoming meetings on Zoom
Fun at the Club
Sharing ideas. Showing our films. Getting tips. Finding actors. A friendly place to be.
This Year is Absurd - SCMM Panto
A fun virtual pantomime with Sutton Coldfield Movie Makers and Friends as you've never seen them before! Written, directed and edited by Julian Austwick. Raising money for Trussell Trust - the foodbanks charity:
Ann and Arthur Fletcher found workarounds to finish this ambitious, delightful film whilst following Government guidelines during the pandemic. The online premiere of The Ladies of Withybed Greentook place on 25th November.
The Hut - a Horror short
For a Halloween treat, Robin Slater showed his latest film The Hutat our Zoom meeting on 29th November. Is this the first ever SCMM horror film?
Production has had to be paused because of changes to government guidelines, but Ian Reed is making plans to re-start as soon as is practical.
SCMM's Got Talent
A fun 'Variety Show' presented by Gordon Hunt.
Robin Slater - Drones in Social Isolation
An introduction to Drones prepared for one of our Zoom meetings by SCMM member Robin Slater.
Gordon Hunt - Colour Correction
An introduction to Colour correction prepared for one of our Zoom meetings by SCMM Chairman Gordon Hunt.
Making Changes - Club Films
A glimpse of some great films we've made together. Julian Austwick and Fiona Dunn take us on a pacy tour of 7 years of SCMM Club films.
Fiona Dunn on TV
Club member Fiona Dunn gives a great overview of Sutton Coldfield Movie Makers in this interview by Carl Jones on Made In Birmingham TV.
Julian Austwick's delightful film "Friends", won FIVE STARS at BIAFF. Well done Julian and co-stars Jack Grainger and Fiona Dunn. Another brilliant result for Sutton Coldfield Movie Makers!
Making films together
Getting together to make films is fun and an excellent way to learn.
"Full House"was created in a day ! See more of our Midland Movie Makers Midsummer Madness films made in a day here.
You don’t need fancy equipment
This film was made with a Samsung smartphone and edited on Windows Movie Maker.
Another film made on a smartphone: Gordon Hunt was so impressed by this piece of Japanese engineering that he grabbed the opportunity to make this little film called Magic Metal.
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