On the 25th April, Spring Park Film Makers will be presenting an afternoon of local history films in the Richmond Hall. This films we will be showing are: ‘Beckenham remembered’ a film originally made in 1935 for Beckenham’s Charter Year and now completely re-edited. ‘Bromley’s Best Kept Secret’ a film about the building behind … Continue reading An Afternoon of Local History Films
Spring Park Film Makers (SPFM) has been making films for over 45 years. Founded in 1967 we began life as a cine society but now boast state-of-the-art HD equipment and a large format screen. The club has nearly 50 members who enjoy not only filming and contributing to film festivals, where they have won several top awards, but meeting socially.
We have a varied programme including competitions, guest speakers and visits. We have also been involved in community projects such as filming the Ordination and Induction of the Reverend Bill Bowman here at the Emmanuel Church, a film on the history of Bromley Colleges, an edited version of Joyce Walker’s presentation ‘A Window on West Wickham’ which was shown as part of the local Queen’s Jubilee celebrations, and many more.
We meet at the Emmanuel Church every other Thursday evening from 7.45pm to 10.00pm. Anyone interested in amateur filmmaking, even if just holidays and family video, is welcome to visit at any of our meetings.
Our website is www.springparkfilms.org.uk where you can see our programme or ring Keith for further information – .
Graham Evans – Chairman
Spring Park Film Makers