Dec 05, 2020
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A fine day for the Film & Video Industry Golf Tourney

This past weekend marked the 50th anniversary of the Film and Video Golf tournament.

The FGVT was first played in 1958 as The Pathe Films Tournament. It evolved to The Film House Tournament in 1972 and further evolved into The Film and Video Golf Tournament in 1982. 

The event has always been set up so that those who work in the infrastructure of the film and television business could meet and enjoy each other’s company and a day of golf. This year’s tournament was attended by 196 people.

The FVGT committee would like to thank the many sponsors and volunteers that helped to fund and run this event. It attracts actors, directors, camerapersons, grips, gaffers, post production people, producers and a great variety of service-side suppliers.

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Headline, Industry News

A fine day for the Film & Video Industry Golf Tourney

This past weekend marked the 50th anniversary of the Film and Video Golf tournament.

The FGVT was first played in 1958 as The Pathe Films Tournament. It evolved to The Film House Tournament in 1972 and further evolved into The Film and Video Golf Tournament in 1982. 

The event has always been set up so that those who work in the infrastructure of the film and television business could meet and enjoy each other’s company and a day of golf. This year’s tournament was attended by 196 people.

The FVGT committee would like to thank the many sponsors and volunteers that helped to fund and run this event. It attracts actors, directors, camerapersons, grips, gaffers, post production people, producers and a great variety of service-side suppliers.

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Headline, Industry News

A fine day for the Film & Video Industry Golf Tourney

This past weekend marked the 50th anniversary of the Film and Video Golf tournament.

The FGVT was first played in 1958 as The Pathe Films Tournament. It evolved to The Film House Tournament in 1972 and further evolved into The Film and Video Golf Tournament in 1982. 

The event has always been set up so that those who work in the infrastructure of the film and television business could meet and enjoy each other’s company and a day of golf. This year’s tournament was attended by 196 people.

The FVGT committee would like to thank the many sponsors and volunteers that helped to fund and run this event. It attracts actors, directors, camerapersons, grips, gaffers, post production people, producers and a great variety of service-side suppliers.

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