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Time Will Pass You By

Chris Allan was introduced to WeeklyBlogClub this week by Janet Harkin who tweeted the link on his behalf. In this fascinating post, Chris tells us how he fell in love with Northern Soul, and recounts his experience as a film

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The mystery of film ratings

Andrew questions modern film ratings and whether it’s more about the publicity than the content? The mystery of film ratings by Andrew Beeken

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Boris, boxing, blogging – and piglets with curly wurly tails

Bloggers contributed a baker’s dozen of posts in Week 19 of Weekly Blog Club, with topics ranging from the result of the Mayor of London election to piglets and many topics in between. This week’s ‘sports supplement’ comes from Ross

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Part 4: The Edit

Matt Bond’s contribution to Week 19 of Weekly Blog Club was the fourth part to his very useful ‘How to film…’ series, advising on the best tools for editing film. Part 4: The Edit by Matt Bond.

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Blue, language and doing not saying

Although some regulars were too busy to write in Week 18, what with elections and getting married and stuff, we had 11 contributions. Some were were practical, sharing of useful information and digital tools. Some were about our society. One

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Local Government Film Survey Launched

Matt Bond’s Week 18 Weekly Blog Club contribution is an interesting post about the use of film in the public sector and especially by local authorities. If relevant to you, please do participate in the Local Government Film Survey that

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