Tuesday, September 27, 2005
PLACE Cadboro Bay United Church, 2625 Arbutus Road, The Lounge
We will view "Train" by Hugh Fraser and "Herring Harvest" produced by the Nanaimo workshop. If, as a visitor
or new member, you have a short video that you would like to present, please bring it along.
Club Activity: "It's in the bag..." to be led by Michael Veronneau.
We will view videos from a selection of sources: Sydney 2004, Ten Best of the West 2005, Magic Moments 2005,
and/or AMMA & AMPS 2005.
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OUR NEXT EXECUTIVE MEETING - will be held on Tuesday, Ocotober 11, at 7:00pm at the home of
OUR CLUB DUES - for the coming season are now due. These are $35 per individual member, $40
same address family and $10 non-attending associate member.
TIME OF MEETING - The executive has suggested that, in the future, we start our regular meetings
at 7:00pm. There will be a vote on this at the September meeting.
ANNUAL BANQUET - Do you prefer that it be held at lunch or dinner time? There will be a vote
at the meeting.
IT'S IN THE BAG - Girl and Boy Scouts must be 'always prepared'---but so is the "Well-Prepared
Videographer." Bring in your camcorder bag and we'll check out the contents. Who is prepared to weather the storms of video-making
and who might get wet. Based on the discussion, a handout of "Recommended Accessories" will be produced---to make sure we
are prepared for all types of weather, er, events.
THE NEW CLUB CONTEST's deadline is the September 27 meeting. In this contest, you may use video
generated by your computer. None of the footage needs to be shot by you. Entries may be on any topic but may be no longer
than ten minutes in length.
THE 'SONG TITLE' CONTEST - deadline is the October 25 meeting. In this contest, you are to
produce a video based on the words of a song of your choice. Your entries may be up to six minutes long.
THE IAC (British International Amateur Film & Video Competition) closing date is January
4, 2006. For information on this see their website at: www.theiac.org.uk
CONTEST WINNERS: Dave Fuller's video "Famous Fredericton" won a Bronze award in the Cotswold
contest in Gloucester, and his video "Looking for Signs" won an award for scriptwriting in the SCCA contest. Margaret
Chamberlain's video "Patience is a Virtue" won a third place award in the SCCA contest.
VISITORS are always welcome at our meetings. Bring along a friend.