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We're delighted you've found our website! Use this site to discover more about our association; its history; its members; and the criteria for joining us.

Also you will find the latest news about our association here 

Founded in 1924 - Our association and its members

We are an association of men and women who have worked in the cinema, film  and television industry for not less than 30 years. 

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Events

We organise many events for members, these take the form of social occasions, visiting many and different locations. To see the current and future events planned, do click on the photograph.

All members are welcome!, members' guests are also welcome.

The Veteran magazine

Our magazine is published quarterly and is posted directly to our members. For details of the publication dates, contents and a range of  covers and variious pages from past issues of the Veteran, click here

 BCTV MEMBERS

 

Dear BCTV Members,

 

Pulse Films are making a short film for the British Film Institute around the theme of “Love Film”. This will be shown at a prestigious gala event this coming Autumn. We are hoping that you may be able to help with our research.

 

We would like to make a film that celebrates a love of film from the perspective of someone from the older generation. Perhaps you remember visiting the cinema as a child? Perhaps your favourite film remains the hidden gem you saw 50 years ago? Perhaps film is something that you have shared with a loved one or best friend? We want the film to celebrate the way in which films can stay with us and are an important part of our journey through life.

 

We would love to have an informal chat with anyone who would like to share their experiences. We could do this over the phone or alternatively we would be more than happy to visit in person if that is preferable.

 

Of course, there is no obligation to be involved in the final film, but any ideas, memories and anecdotes are helpful to us in shaping what we are sure will be a moving and thought-provoking film.

 

If you have time to call, please do contact Oskar on 0207 426 5700 or Lucy on 07977 137 826. You can also e-mail oskar.pimlott@pulsefilms.co.uk.

 

Many thanks for taking the time to read this and we look forward to hearing from you soon.

 

Kind regards,

Lucy and Oskar

Pulse Films

 

 

 

Contact:

 

Oskar 0207 426 5700 or oskar.pimlott@pulsefilms.co.uk

Lucy   07977 137 826