Club News

Our new season starts in September and the programme for the remainder of the year is on the 'Current Programme Page'.

In our practical evenings we intend to continue our programme of learning on all aspects of film making whilst still giving members an opportunity to see their films on the big screen.

After many years of service to the Club both Roy Rippin and Mike Palmer retired as committee members at the recent AGM.

Roy, who has been Vice Chairman for as long as anybody can remember, has been a member since 1960 when the club was founded under the name of  "Market Harborough Cine Society".

Mike has been a member since 1985,  was treasurer for 10 years and has edited our newsletter since 2001.
They will both remain as members but their hard work and enthusiasm for the Club over many years will be remembered for along time to come.

Roy and Mike with the Treasurer and Secretary at a recent successful Cemriac Festival
Market Harborough Movie Makers

We started filming in early spring with the pruning of the vines, followed in early summer by the flowers and later the small developing grapes.  Late summer we filmed the harvesting, the crushing process, bottling and labeling.
Peter on top of the world (Market Harborough's world) whilst filming the bell being installed into the Old Grammar School as part of its renovation.

That's where we were, right at the top of the building.

Now finished, doesn't it look great. Our film of the restoration process was premiered at the 2015 Theatre Show to much public acclaim.