Our club has won top awards at the Kent Film Festival, including, Best Movie and Most Entertaining film of the festival for two years running.

Help and advice with your films

How to join the IAC

Up-to-date news on what’s happening

Winners’ films

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Film from raw footage

After editing

Before editing

Film after editing

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A club for amateur film makers

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Click here to visit our BIAFF 2015 page

‘Hands on History ‘ the forgotten voices of West Wickham and Hayes

Club awards evening 2015

Club Activities

Community Projects

Latest Club Film

‘The Beck’ DVD

A Window on West Wickham

Club winners at Kent Festival 2015

Link here to watch videos to help you with your movie making

Our next meeting at the hall is on 7th July

when we will be filming outside.

Come and join us.

If you haven’t seen our site before spend a bit of time having a look around to see what’s happening.  For those of you who may be new to amateur film making and looking for a club to join, go to our About Us page to find out about the club.  The film at the bottom of the page gives you some idea of what you can achieve if you edit your footage.  There’s always plenty of information and technical advice available.

Catch up with the club’s news or check out our programme diary - if we can help give us a call, we will be pleased to hear from you.  Just click over to our Contact page.

                          The year to start your new hobby - we are the club to watch

Using a drone in the UK

Spring Park Film Makers

The movie making club in West Wickham

Spring Park hosts the 2016 Triangle Competition

Click here to see all Spring Park winners at SERIAC 2016

Members winning films BIAFF 2016

Hidden gems in Wapping

Members of Spring Park were introduced to the history of this area on their latest club outing


The most famous part of Wapping is one that you may not be able to locate exactly. For over 400 years, it was home to London’s infamous Execution Dock. This was a gibbet that hung over the Thames on a dock, and it was the place of execution for pirates and seagoers who had broken the law. They would be hanged at the dock and their bodies would then traditionally stay hanging until three tides had submerged the bodies. According to the law, the Admiralty only had jurisdiction over crimes at sea, hence the fact that the dock and gibbet were located beyond the low tide mark. The most famous person to be executed here was the pirate, Captain Kidd.

Click here to see more pictures from our intrepid travellers and congratulations to member Graham Ralls for his award winning film entitled ‘East One West’