DC14-NatThe three external judges awarded first place in the Documentary competition (November 25 2014) to John Howden for his skillful study of an artist at work, The Art of Nat.  Runner-up was Lembu Gallery & Studio by Bryan Littlewood; and third Jay Greenfield by John Howden.
 
The members' vote in the Documentary competition put Bryan Littlewood's Lembu Gallery & Studio in first place with John Howden joint second with The Art of Nat and Jay Greenwood.

A nostalgic look at everyday life in the garrison town of Colchester during World War One proved a winning theme for Bernard Polley’s entry in the Open. (23 September 2014)

The competition, the first of the 2014/15 season, attracted six entries but Barnard’s distinctive film making style and painstaking research attracted 168 marks, eight ahead of runner up John Howden with “If”. Third was Bryan Littlewood with “Sea Rescue Station 17, Hermanus”.

5M14-TeaA light-hearted look at a Tea Dance held in London's Spitalfields Market by Bryan Littlewood won first place in the club's Five Minute competition (October 21 2014).  Runner-up was Our Destiny and third, Frustration, both by Brian Salmons.
 

The "Sorry!" filmakersColchester Film Makers Club was the overall winner of the East Anglian Film Competition, winning both the 15 minute programme and Best Film trophies.(4 October 2014)

The host club’s winning entries were "Sorry", a drama about a failed murder; "Capability", a delightful cameo of autumn in a stately garden; and "Albedo", an enlightening film about the importance of reflections.

The EAFC Best Film trophy was awarded to “Sorry”, a club project, which was directed and edited by Peter Noakes with John Jones on camera. (Pictured are the film crew and cast).

The annual competition is between Colchester, Cromwell Video Camera Club of Cambridgeshire and Lowestoft Movie Makers.

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