Film-makers, or anyone who has an interest in making films, we welcome you!
This is a Meet-Up group for anyone who is interested in the art and appreciation of making movies. Whether you are producer, actor, director, writer, cinematographer, editor or anyone else interested in film-making, come and join us!
We welcome all skill levels, and anyone willing to get involved. Whether you are professional, or thinking of making your first film, come along and bring your passion for making movies. Share your knowledge, mentor those less experienced, or learn from those who know more. Help others with their projects and find collaborators to help with your own.
We want to bring together all passionate film-making enthusiasts from North London and start making movies.
We also have a close relationship with Finchley Film Makers (FFM), a social and educational club for filmmakers, who meet every second Friday evening for talks, workshops, movie-based entertainments and to socialise with other film enthusiasts. The Organiser of this Meetup has been involved with FFM for many years making films and running workshops and presentations, and was Chairman for 2 years, 2017-2019.
Our Facebook Group is a place to share film-related links, either for fun or practical use. For example, if you are looking for cast or crew, by all means, write a brief synopsis of your project (with enough detail to peak interest) and share it with the group. Click here: Facebook Group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/1559089550783274/)
Tomorrow, Finchley Film Makers' (FFM) annual competition winner, Christan Foden, will be talking about the award winning, 'Ominous Horse', a film in which a woman journeys through a woodland into an unknown new future.
Christan will present a short evening on 'Ominous Horse', which took Best Film in this year's competition. He will talk about:
1. The kit and filming techniques used
2. The reason for making the film
3. The original soundscape
4. Lessons learned
Ominous Horse is an unusual film, full of anticipation and suspense and required a lot of expertise to make, and Christan will explain some of the secrets of his film making.
Brought to you by Finchley Film Makers (FFM)