The Club is available to video community events and entertainment in the local area. Why not have your community activity recorded and available on DVD or on-line? Contact us for details. We welcome new members interested in getting started in video, or in improving their existing skills.  All levels of experience are encouraged to participate. The Club actively participates in inter-club as well as intra-club competitions designed to improve member’s video skills. These are a great way to enjoy the art of video-making, as well as work toward improved knowledge and skill. At our meetings we run regular workshops on all aspects of video production: camera technique, audio, editing etc. These are an invaluable tool for improving skill levels. including preserving your memories taken on your mobile phone.  Why not see how to keep these precious moments forever, rather than losing them when you upgrade your phone. We meet on the first Thursday of each month at 9.30AM at the Mollymook Golf Club. If you have an interest in preserving your video memories, you’re welcome to join us. Click the map for directions RENOWNED FILM MAKER WORKING LOCALLY WITH M.U.V.C. HELP Multi-award winning filmmaker Anthony Ash Brennan has been retained by Conjola resident Major-General Peter Dunn to create a film on the effects of the NYE bushfires on local residents. And MUVC was asked to help, providing two willing crew members, in Sandra Dodimead and Neil Morgan. Sandra and Neil have been involved in all aspects of the production, which is due for wide release on the first anniversary of the fires - NYE 2020. CLICK THE IMAGE above to watch this excellent trailer for the forthcoming documentary. 2020 SOCIAL DISTANCING from Paul Davies CLUB MEMBER JOHN B CRAFTS VIDEO OF DEVASTATION FOLLOWING THE NYE FIRES BELOW is the link to a video he created following the NYE fires around Yatte Yattah. Its tongue-in-cheek title is “HAPPY NEW YEAR” and runs for 41 minutes, so make a cuppa, get comfy, and re-live the terrible consequences of those fires, as well as the commencement of the uplifting recovery process. We Can Help With Your Video, OUR WARDEN HEAD FIELD TRIP CHALLENGE We had an excellent turn-out for our second challenge filming day for 2020, with around a dozen members braving the superb weather. Hopefully some excellent footage was captured, and we’ll see some first class entries in the challenge. Don’t forget, entries will close November 30th, with awards announced at the Christmas party. NOTE: You may wish to use this field trip to create your VIDEO OF THE YEAR entry. If so, then that’s perfectly OK, and you can then use your own choice of music, and the time limit becomes six minutes. OR YOU COULD SUBMIT AN ENTRY TO BOTH! CLICK THE IMAGE above to watch this heart-wrenching video.. TAKE A MINUTE  to watch this submission from Paul Davies titled “SOCIAL DISTANCING” This is a lovely video featuring our beloved local beach and a few socially distanced locals! WHY NOT VISIT OUR REGIONAL VIDEO CLUB FRIENDS: WOLLONGONG CAMERA CLUB MOVIE MAKERS SHOALHAVEN MOVIE AND MULTIMEDIA GROUP SOUTHWEST SYDNEY VIDEO CLUB SYDNEY VIDEO MAKERS CLUB Click the i  link to the left for the full guidelines for the challenge. Click the image below for a short video overview of the morning’s filming, as well as the Burrill Lake  coffee break afterwards. DON’T FORGET! Your VIDEO OF THE YEAR entry is due by our November 5th club meeting. Get to work now, and submit your entry. You’ve gotta be in it to win it! MY OCTOPUS TEACHER One of the finest contemporary wildlife documentaries, this beautifully filmed movie is available on Netflix. Well worth the effort to watch it at your place, or if you don’t have a Netflix subscription, then to watch it at a friend’s place. Click the image below for the official trailer.