Talk:Amateur film

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{{expert}} tag[edit]

  • I added the expert tag because when I wikified the article, the 3 main orgainisations were all red-links. I tried looking for the names through wikipedia search but came up with nothing. If the organisations are spelled correctly, an expert on the subject of amateur film would likely know something about them too. The best known film named in the article doesn't have it's own article, which also struck me as odd since if it was well known in the genre, it would probably have an article. TheJC TalkContributions 21:41, 11 June 2006 (UTC)
  • The UK organisation for amateur filmmakers is indeed known as The Film and Video Institute, but its initials IAC come from its old name - the Institute of Amateur Cinematographers. The website is www.theiac.org.uk. I considered creating an article about it for the red-inked link, but as I'm a member it is suggested it is not appropriate TimStannard (talk) 16:56, 1 January 2012 (UTC) TimStannard