Welcome to Reading Film and Video Makers


Whether you are a complete beginner or an experienced filmmaker, Reading Film & Video Makers exists to bring like-minded individuals just like you, together to share knowledge, have fun and explore the fascinating world of filmmaking - from script to screen and all the fun bits in between.

Filmmaking is a creative art form which attracts all ages of men and women. It’s a rewarding means of expression making a family or holiday record; creating documentaries, fictional drama, special interest features, musical videos or for screening on YouTube. What do we get up to at the RFVM? All sorts really.

The film below gives an insight to our range of activities

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In a rapidly changing complex technological multimedia world, where can you get help and advice? Simple, Reading Film & Video Makers!

We meet every Tuesday evening from 8 – 10pm from September to May in Caversham to share knowledge, listen to experts, take part in competitions and learn from each other. In the summer months we work together to make films. Members live in Reading, Wokingham, Crowthorne, Bracknell, Ascot, and Twyford in Berkshire.

At less than £1.52p a week membership subscription including tea coffee and biscuits it makes being a member a no brainer!

Marije with clapperboard while Andy and Karen study the script and Mark adjusts his camera during a club night practical exercise in April 2013



NZ showreel - Auckland Eight Movie club work for discussion and films from the Green Screen practical on 22nd April 2014

Premiere night dinner, films and awards on 25th April at the Reading Golf Club - choose from the menu and book via Roger, friends and family welcome


Open Club Competition - Bournes Cup competition had 11 entries, 2 of which were nominated for the Stan Olman award

Charity Fashion shoot at Leighton Park school was well attended by camera crew of 6 on 3rd April.

2014 Best IAC Club Website Competition - Congratulations to Channel 7 Productions on winning this year, with Bristol and RFVM sites being judged equal 2nd from 31 entries.

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