CEMRIAC Spring Festival

Sunday 9th May saw the latest instalment of online film festivals with the CEMRIAC spring festival.  Expertly MC'd by Simon and judged by Michael and Linda Gough the programme nearly five hours of film and discussion.  Congratulations to the all the participants.  The following prizes were awarded.


Most Creative Editing: 


But Soft, What Light Through Yonder Window Breaks?

 by Jill Lampert and Debbie Daniels

Most Imaginative use of sound & Third place


Impossible Mission

 by Larry Hall


Second place



by Howard Smith


Overall Winner


The Best of Cellars

by Larry Hall

*note about links: Larry's winning film is difficult to view as Youtube takes umbridge at the Beatles' music used, so hasn't been linked here.


An Evening with Jane ...

Jayne Slater joined us a guest speaker which has promoted much discussion here's the replay ...

BIAFF 2021 Round-up

BIAFF festival online is next weekend (16th - 18th April)

Nuneaton Moviemakers have entered a number of films into this year's BIAFF,

not surprisingly a difficult year for film making.  We'd like to extend our congratulations to Brentwood Moviemakers for winning the best film by an affiliated club, for 'The Chain'. 

Note to participate in the cinemas you must register via Eventbrite


Congratulations to Nuneaton Moviemakers for their films entered this year;

A Year of Wonders - Alan

Galaxy 3000 - Gordon's club film

Relax - Film in a day club film

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