Birmingham Amateur Movie Association

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The Birmingham Amateur Movie Association was founded in 1928 as a member organization of the New York City-based Amateur Cinema League of America. It was founded by 50 charter members with the objective of writing and producing local cinematic works that would "contribute to the artistic life of Birmingham"

The group was chartered during a meeting in the auditorium of the Birmingham Public Library on Friday evening, August 3, 1928. Its first president was Jack London. Mrs Louise O. Charlton was director of the group.


Still from Trustworthy (1929)