Surrey Border Movie Makers Club Chairman Mike Sanders opened the November meeting by greeting new members and visitors. He also reminded everyone of the forthcoming Christmas lunch at the Mercure Bush Hotel in Farnham, the venue and food last year were such a success with the club that a return visit was booked for this year, it coincides with the Farnham Christmas Market which could make a good subject for a short film.
Club member Philip Morley hosted the November meeting. He showed a selection of films from the Rode Film Competition held this year. Surrey Border Movie Makers and other amateur film makers from several countries submitted films, the winning films from several categories were shown and discussed on the evening.
Also shown was a film produced by member Dave Skertchly about the first carbon-fibre bodied McLaren racing car to be manufactured, Dave was proud to be part of the production team, he spent many long hours sourcing and editing old historical footage to produce a very interesting film.
Solent Movie Makers sent the club a showreel of films they had produced as they were interested in any critique and comments from the audience. The club who are based in Southampton have some exceptionally good filmmakers.