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The Fishing Pole.
The culmination of months of planning finally resulted in the shooting of ‘The Fishing Pole’ by members of Brisbane Movie Makers. The location at Deep Water Bend on the Pine River proved ideal and the equipment used included a drone, gimbal and tracks. A go-pro shot from water level was a challenge for Club President, Peter Waterman who was the volunteer camera person for that scene! The three actors were extremely patient and gave excellent performances. Thank you to all members and actors involved in this shoot. It was a magical day.
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Welcome to Brisbane Movie Makers
If you want to make movies or simply be better at using your camcorder, this is the club for you. We have members that range from the film enthusiast through to the semi-professional movie-maker.
We have two club meetings each month, where you will get the chance to learn, share your knowledge and show your movies. Throughout the year we show movies that have been made by members as well as having technical and theoretical talks about different aspects of video.
Come along and see what we offer. As our guest you will have the opportunity to talk with other film-making enthusiasts and learn about film-making in a warm friendly atmosphere. Check out the benefits for members.
Program for this year
The new year is with us now and our meetings have already begun, so have a look at our Programs page to see what we have planned.
We are looking to make a Music video or two during the year and we have already had talks with two different talents to see how we can do this and that should be exciting.
A small management group within our members have been looking at producing a documentary style movie and they have already talked to the people about it. The group will let us know how that progresses.
It should all make for an exciting year. Come along and join with us this year.
BMM production gang at Brisbane Central Station for the filming of the Redlands RSL special Armistice train.
Colin Tretheway receiving his BMM 2018 EOY, John Roberts Memorial Trophy.
Remembering Susan.Club members under the direction of Catherine Cox putting together the first scene of "Remembering Susan"
The outside sequences to make up the movie will be shot later.
The weather was kind to us to put together the final scenes of, Remembering Susan, at a secret site in Redcliffe.
The crew and actors worked seemlessly to produce the climax of the story.
Now we look forward to the editing sessions by club members.
BMM Remembering Susan, Judging night.
Six entries were shown and judged by Nigel O'Neil and Col Tretheway was judged the winner of the editing trophy.
Well done everyone,it was a total club activity.