The September club evening was dedicated to the Surrey Border Movie Makers Documentary Competition. With nine film entries this year it was a full evening of fabulous entertainment and very difficult judging by the captivated audience.
Eight club members submitted outstanding films which covered a wide variety of subjects including’ Twyford Waterworks’ and ‘Stationary Steam Engine’ both by John Mills, ‘On the Edge’ a film about Southend by Jim Reed, ‘The Kashmir Valley’ a 20 minute film by Peter Stratford, ‘St John the Baptist Holy Well’ an important restoration project filmed by Gordon Sutton, ‘Sight and Sound of the Tagus’ by Martin Boyman, ‘Britannia’ an 8 minute documentary about the Queens beloved yacht, ‘Re-building a Daimler Dart’ by Alan Brown and ‘A Florida History’ by Gillian Gatland. Further details of all of these films can be found in ‘Border Post’ the Surrey Border Movie Makers Monthly Magazine which can be viewed on our website.
From ‘The Kashmir Valley’ by Peter Stratford
From ‘Sight and Sound of the Tagus’ by Martin Boyman,