Higham Lane School, 

Shanklin Drive,

Nuneaton, CV10 0BJ

Club Meetings   -  Zoom, beyond Nuneaton
Running Dog

Nuneaton Club meetings continue on Zoom, on 3rd Thursdays at 7.30pm for 7.45pm all welcome, but we now have a programme to meet in person on the first of each month, (at Higham Lane School, Nuneaton at the proposed new start time of 7pm) 

See programme for latest links.

Film of the week

Paranormal Joe n' Phil


Bradford Movie Makers have been in the national press lately for their 90th birthday.

Here's a film from their Youtube presence.

‘Our stories are as important as any Marvel film’: the Bradford amateurs making movies for 90 years - Guardian 29/07/2022

Things to do this week ...
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Filming of Terry's script about a gangster and the gangster's bubble-gum blowing moll. Featuring Angie, Gordon, Terry & a metre of hubba-bubba.

Start time change - proposal to change start time from 7.30pm to 7.00pm

As we go to press we're yet to hear of the next date for the IAC evening of relaxed, non-competitive short films. For everyone. For free.


Round-up of local interest films including Joe's aerial footage.

Birmingham Commonwealth Games

Plenty of exciting things happening to as part of the commonwealth games - plenty of local colour to record.

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Local theatre groups for Nuneaton are preparing to share their season programme as part of the Abbey Theatre season warmer.

No tickets needed, turn-up and have a look.

Evening of Saturday 03/09/22

Abbey Theatre, Pool Bank Street, Nuneaton

Midsummer Movie Madness

Midsummer Movie Madness organised by CEMRIAC
Loved by some, loathed by others - however you feel about it we did it again.  This year ran as a weekend - online event. 10 minute maximum running time. Making & Editing: 25th June & 24th June, (up to 6.00pm)
Film Show: 26th June 7pm

This year’s themes were “Secret” and “If in Doubt”. We chose the former. A Saturday morning Zoom session was arranged to discuss possibilities and we settled on a rough idea for the story. That afternoon a couple of us worked on props and put together a first draft of the script. It involved a man searching for treasure left by a deceased relative and, being a Nuneaton film, was scripted in a light-hearted style. Sunday morning, and five of us (Geoff, Gerry, Gordon, Jackie and myself) gathered to start filming. It began indoors and then moved to the garden. Three cameras were used, to get a range of angles. Shortly after lunch, we began editing. For safety, we doubled up and used two different computers, each aiming for a complete version of the film. Plenty of time to get it finished, we naïvely thought. 

You can read more about our exploits in the blog ...


Watch the films made to a piece of music, using music selected by Gerry.

Nuneaton's latest lock down twiddles

Nuneaton Moviemakers Guest speakers ...

8th April 2021, 7.30pm - 9.00pm

Jayne Slater, professional film maker in the East Midlands, joined us for an interesting and engaging talk recently.  Jane was one of a series of guest speakers who have been kind enough to give up their time for us.

Don't worry if you missed it, you can see a recording of the event here ...

Nuneaton Annual Competition
Nuneaton Moviemakers annual competition still went ahead this year, albeit it in a different way to previous years.   Geof Caudwell kindly agreed to be our guest judge and despite the lockdown we had eleven films entered.  Geof will be provided his critique over live link.
As for the script competition, well we'll have to wait and see as as usual Geof will have the Christmas break to make the decision. No annual dinner though in January for obvious reasons, so watch this space.
Best Movie - 'Set Fair' - Alan Atkinson
Best Sound - 'Watch the Birdie' - Gerry Bishop
Highly Commended - 'Birmingham 2020' - Patrick Woodcock
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The Midland Moviemakers (3M) competition runs throughout the year.

2020 results are available here. 

Due to corona circumstances the league for 2021 & 2022 has been suspended.

We are recruiting ...

Do you want to come along and try film-making?  Why not come along and meet us?

In normal circumstances we meet alternate Thursdays at Higham Lane school.  Drop us a line and tell us you're interested.

email Nuneaton Moviemakers.

At the moment we do it by Zoom and face-to-face - check out our programme page for the latest details.

Nuneaton Moviemakers are affiliated to the IAC Film & Video Institute

Nuneaton Moviemakers are also a member of CEMRIAC

NM also participate in the Midland Movie Makers (MMM)

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Central & East


Region of the IAC