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Movie Making club

07932-640020

Altrincham Movie Makers

Movie Making club

07932-640020
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Movie Makers, film making club, video club in Altrincham
Contact
Timperley Community Centre,
121 Park Road, Timperley,
Altrincham. WA15 6QQ.
Telephone 07932-640020
About
We are a film making club based in
Altrincham covering all aspects of
digital videography and film
making, including the use of
mobile phones and movie editing
software.
Interests
We are an amateur film making
club in Altrincham. We are always
looking for scripts and ideas to
produce a high quality movie. If
you have a script you would like
turning into a movie. Please
contact us. Also if you
are interested in joining our club.
Please contact us.

Film club in Altrincham

Film club in Altrincham
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