WCPF AV Competition 2021

WCPF AV Competition 2021


Saturday 10th April 2021, 10:00 am


This will be an on-line Zoom event

The Judge will be Malcolm Imhoff FRPS FACI(M)

Malcolm is a National Audio Visual Champion, having won this prestigious award in 2013.  He is an experienced and prolific producer of AVs having been making Audio Visual programmes for over thirty years.  He enjoys communicating his interests in travel, landscapes, mountaineering, and music.

He has developed a personal style in which excellence in photography, skill in the use of sound, and the creation of rhythm in the production, are interwoven to engage the emotions of the audience.  He is passionate about the power of AV, and is keen to encourage others in the medium.  A career in education has enabled him to be a respected assessor of others' work.


He is a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and has served on both the RPS Audio-Visual Distinctions Panel and the PAGB Audio-Visual Distinctions Panel. He writes the AV Column in Film & Video Maker Magazine and is a regular contributor to AV News.

The Coote Challenge Cup will be awarded to the winner of the “Short” Competition

The Presidents Salver will be awarded to the winner of the “Long” Competition

The Photo Harmony Trophy will be awarded for the best Photo Harmony Sequence.

The M.A.D. Trophy will be awarded for the audience popular vote

The Judges Special Award Trophy will be awarded for, in the judge’s opinion, a particularly good example of an AV technique

Please see the website www.wcpf.org.uk for full details and to download an Entry Form.

The competition is for members of WCPF clubs, and the 2021 event is free to enter.

If you wish to receive a Zoom link to view the event, please request one from av.wcpf@gmail.com


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