The 66th British Film Collectors Convention (BFCC) is being held in Chorleywood this year.
Film enthusiasts from far and wide will gather at Chorleywood War Memorial on April 29 to “trade and talk all things home movies”. Extracts from films will be running all day on 35mm and Super 8 film.
Organiser John Clancy said: “We haven’t held a BFCC for a few years now so it will be good to be back. The mainstay of the hobby has long been Super 8 film and in fact, new package movies are still being released onto the market. All the latest releases will be projected onto the screen on the big day.”
Industry professionals will be present, as well as BFCC patron Brian Murphy, who is best known for his roles in George and Mildred and Last of the Summer Wine.
John said: “My colleague Mark Williams has arranged a well-known special guest, who just happens to also be a ‘reel’ film collector, but he’s got to remain secret for now.”
Anyone interested in attending is asked to contact John at firstname.lastname@example.org