Film and Video Institute

The Film and Video Institute (founded as the Institute of Amateur Cinematographers in 1932) promotes all aspects of amateur film making and its public appreciation. There is a wealth of information freely available on the website, including films, and filming and editing advice.

Becoming a member provides

SERIAC and the Sussex Film Festival

The South East Region of the Film and Video Institute (SERIAC) is the area to which we belong, and we are specifically linked to Sussex with regard to competitions.

The Branchage Festival

This boutique Film Festival, held in Jersey, has now become very popular and offers a chance to see professional and amateur films, not readily available otherwise and generally screened in unusual locations. Included are several sessions devoted to short amateur films, for which local submissions are requested.

Sarnia Shorts Film Festival  

This competition aims to replace the very popular Guernsey Lily Film Festival, which ceased in 2010, and entries are now being accepted for the 2012 Festival.

The Jersey Arts Trust

The Jersey Arts Trust assisted the Club with funds for our projector, and is a source of information with all matters involving the arts in Jersey.

Jersey Tourism    

Visitors to the the island should find all the information that they need here.

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