March 9, 2017
JOIN US FOR A CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE DINNER
AND GET A PARKING PLACE!
Documentary Filmmaker Sally Rubin to Discuss “Earning People's Trust” at March 16 General Meeting
Click here for meeting flier.
A St. Patrick's Celebration buffet dinner catered by Jolanda is scheduled for Clubhouse 2 at 5:30 pm Thursday -- the same evening as our next General Meeting -- and it's already sold out. We anticipate parking problems for club members and guests arriving at 6:30 pm for our meeting. (The Clubhouse 7 lot across Moulton is an alternative.+)
To help us avoid this hassle, Clubhouse 2 Manager Jennifer Murphy has arranged for Jolanda's Catering to sell us "to-go" corned beef and cabbage dinners for $13 per person at 5:30 pm. We'll eat together in the Video Studio, then go into the Video Lab for the meeting. Reservation deadline is 5 pm Monday, March 13. RSVP to Steve Carman, firstname.lastname@example.org, 424-254-6583. Bring a check made out to "Jolanda's Catering" or exact cash to CH2 where you'll pay and pick up your food. Then bring your dinner to the Studio. We'll provide beverages.
THE PROGRAM: Back again after her very successful presentation at our March, 2016, General Meeting, documentary filmmaker Sally Rubin, a full-time faculty member in Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, will discuss “Documentary Filmmaking: the Art of Earning People’s Trust” (how to get folks to open up on-camera) at our next General Meeting, Thursday, March 16, in the Video Lab. Refreshments and socializing at 6:30 pm, program at 7. No charge. Open to all members, residents, and their guests.
See Banquet Photos Online
To access photos from our 7th Annual "Academy" Awards Banquet online at the club's Google Photos site, follow the links below. You can download and print, email, or otherwise share pictures of you and your guests!
CANDID PHOTOS: https://goo.gl/photos/H4puXbUVfoDoo7Yr8
N2L Is Back!
A new hour-long video of the Video Club's senior TV game shows “Never Too Late to Date” and the new game “Never Too Late to Know Your Mate” (shown at right during a rehearsal) will air four times on Village TV6 – on Tuesday, March 28, at 10 am; Thursday, March 30, at 2 pm; Wednesday, April 5, at 6 pm; and. Saturday, April 8, at 10 am. Don't miss it!
“Advanced Multi-Camera Studio Production,” 3 sessions, This class builds on the introductory class just completed – or take it to refresh your skills. Topics will include green screen techniques and use of the teleprompter. $15 for members, $30 for non-members.
Tom Nash – Saturdays, March 11, 18., 25; 10 am-noon; Video Studio. Click here for flier.
“Introduction to YouTube,” 1 session. Always a favorite, this hands-on class will show you how to create your own YouTube account (if you wish). You'll learn the basics and have your questions answered. Other topics include an overview of YouTube, how to upload a video to YouTube, how to delete a YouTube video, installing and using YouTube Downloader, and how to download music from the YouTube Audio Library. You'll also view Chuck's original video tutorials. Use Video Lab PCs or bring your own laptop. Pre-registration not required. For more information, contact the instructor, Chuck Hale, Classic2@comline.com, 949-770-4589. $5 for members, $20 for non-members.
Chuck Hale – Monday, March 20, 10 am-noon, Video Lab. Click here for flier.
SIGN UP NOW FOR THE FOLLOWING CLASS!!
To be offered only with minimum enrollment of six. Pre-registration required.
"How to Shoot Video That Doesn't Suck," 4 sessions. Repeat of a popular class offered in 2014 and 2015. Covers basic principles of shooting video with any camera. Includes video tutorials, handouts, demos, hands-on shooting sessions, and class critiques, $15 for members, $30 for non-members. If interested, please contact Betsy Martin at email@example.com, 707-540-1955, or Lucy Parker at firstname.lastname@example.org, 949-456-4657.
Betsy Martin, Lucy Parker – Mondays, April 3, 10, 17, 24; 10 am-noon; Video Lab. Click here for flier.