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We are a group of independent local film-makers with interests and experience in a wide range of film-making techniques, from cine-photography and animation through to digital editing, image manipulation and post processing. We welcome beginners; why not come for a free visit and meet our friendly crowd? See "About the Club" for where we meet.

Cartoons by Graeme.

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During the clubs active season, September to April, this page is normally updated on the Wednesday or Thursday of each week. From time to time I put up links on - where else but, the useful links page. Please have a look occasionally, and if you have any suggestions for permanent links or find any that have changed/are faulty, let me know. Thanks, Tim.

At the weekly meeting on Monday 16th February 2015 the Treasurer, Michael Ellis, gave a presentation on his passion for railways and rail travel.
He talked about his many journeys to film trains across Europe, Africa and the UK. Many of his movies were taken on lines that no longer exist and rolling stock that has been scrapped. The countryside the railways travelled through was captured on film and video showing the beautiful surroundings in the various countries.
He is continuing his journeys each week covering all the latest developments on the railways of the World making a comprehensive collection for the historians of the future and entertaining members of the club and rail enthusiast of today.

K.T. Russell
Hon Sec

Over Road, Rail and Water edition 06 October 2014 ... Filmed and edited by .... Members of Morecambe Bay Movie Makers from Morecambe Bay Movie Makers on Vimeo.

For more videos of Heysham - M6 link road construction, go here.

'Take the 'Welly Walk' in aid of St John's Hospice. Walk the length of the new link road on Sunday, 26th April.

Next Meeting

Monday March 2nd.

At short notice Chris Abram has agreed to bring along the brand new “Morecambe Heritage Movie 2014” to show and talk about the making of it. A number of club members have given material towards this programme and will be able to see how it all fits together. The Movie last approx. 1 hour 40 minutes so a good night’s watching to be had.