Oakleigh Movie Club -- History

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In 1999 the Ormond Movie Club (formed in 1937) and the Oakleigh Video Camera Club amalgamated to become the Oakleigh Movie Club Inc. The Oakleigh Movie Club Inc. meets on the second and fourth Thursday Nights of each month at the Oakleigh Library Auditorium (Melways Map #69 F7), Monash Library, 148 Drummond Street, Oakleigh at 8pm. The first Thursday night of each month is normally a Committee Meeting. See the syllabus for more details on the club's activities.


             
Monash City Library

Melways Reference: Map 69 F7

The aim of the club is to promote the art of amateur movie making and to provide an opportunity for those interested in movie making to share experiences in a convivial atmosphere.

A varied club programme caters for persons at all levels enabling members to gain experience and knowledge on a range of movie making techniques and equipment.


Areas Covered Include:
  • Knowing how to get the best results from your video (Digital, S.VHS, VHSC, VHS) or film camera (8mm, 16mm)
  • Computer Editing (Non-Linear Editing)
  • Use of associated computer programs and ancillary equipment
  • Simple Editing
  • Camera Techniques
  • Shot Composition
  • Sound Recording
  • Preparing and Recording narrations

Visitors are always welcome to attend club evenings held on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month, at the
Oakleigh Library Auditorium, Monash Library, 148 Drummond Street, Oakleigh. Come and share your movie making experiences and problems with fellow movie makers.

Enjoy making movies - make friends

Visitors are always welcome to attend members meetings



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Last update: March, 30, 2018