The aim of the Woodstock Video Club is to bring together people who share a common interest in film
making and to enable its members to learn and improve their film making skills and
Our club includes members with all levels of experience, beginners are especially welcome and
the club provides plenty of opportunities to get involved with 'hands on'
film making, either as an individual or part of a larger production team.
We are a friendly and enthusiastic group that offer a wide range of
activities including technique workshops (where members
can practice new skills and techniques), club film making, talks,
competitions, club visits, social gatherings and many more topics.
We currently have 19 members and meet on the fourth Monday of each
month at the Woodstock Social Club (44 Oxford Street, OX20 1TT) between
7:30pm and 9:30pm.
We look forward to welcoming you.
Joining the Woodstock Video Club
Visitors and potential members are always welcomed, our fee structure is
Potential members may make two free visits to the club. If you are not a
member of the Woodstock Social Club a 1 pound charge is payable until you join
the Video Club.
15 pounds per year. May attend all meetings, training and other events.
Junior membership (attending school and up to 18 years of age):
5 pounds per year. May attend all meetings, training and other events.
If you would like to attend as a visitor, become a member or request any
further information on membership, please just come along or contact us using the
details provided below.
1. Produce a short film to show the emotion of fear.
It will be viewed at our May meeting.
Please click the link below to view sample club member video's on our
Latest updates include a short film about making Injury Claims,
part of our Northleach Mechanical Music Museum project and our Signs of Spring competition winner.
Useful club and film making related links are included below.
Oxford Film & Video Makers Ltd
OFVM Film Oxford is an independent charity based at the Centre for Film and
Digital Media in Oxford (since 1987). It offers training in the craft of
film and digital video production, from total beginners through to advanced
The Institute of Amateur Cinematographers
The IAC is a UK charity run by volunteers and is the UK national body for
all non-commercial film, video and AV makers. It provides advice on all
movie and AV matters, technical and creative, simple or complicated.