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IAC publishes six time a year Film & Video Maker a 36 page A4 size glossy colour magazine

Cover of the November - December 2007 issue of Film & Video Maker magazine.

 

February 2011

A typical cover

The magazine packs in:

ideas

product reviews

technical articles

how-to notes

reports of past events and festivals

news of all that is coming up

tales from movie makers

a lively letters page

useful adverts and occasional offers.

It covers AV, video and has occasional pieces on cine.

The magazine is only available to members of the IAC.


About the editor...

Garth Hope is an IAC member living in the Manchester area. He is a film maker who started work in Super 8 many years ago. He now uses video and has done some interesting work with Adobe Premiere and has made quite a name for himself in his region with the standard of his work on the Adobe After Effects program. His interest is in graphic design and he has delighted IAC audiences at the recent IAC movie Festivals with his introductory movies, done in After Effects. He also made the UK introduction to UNICA 2002 which won a Gold Medal for the Humphrey Park Team. If you would like to contribute to FVM, send him messages of support, etc, his email address is magazine@theiac.org.uk.

COPY DATES
Film and Video Maker magazine’s publication dates are 7th January, 7th March, 7th May, 7th July, 7th September and 7th November.

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Other Publications...

Most IAC regions produce regular newsletters, and some are available here on-line. Regional pages.


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