You could have two kinds of clubs or combine them into one: film appreciation and film making. For the first you could get together to watch and critique films. Maybe watch one from each of the decades since films began? Or one from each of your favorite directors? Or ALL of the films of one particular director? For the second, get together people who want to make films. Write your scripts. Learn about all the roles in making a film: scriptwriter, director, cinematographer, gaffer, sound, producer, editor, etc.... Find and audition actors, assign each person a role in the production: and make the film! Then show it, to anyone who will watch. Learn from the mistakes made, and go on to make another film: a little better than the first. You can start with any kind of a camera. To edit you will need access to some sort of program like imovie, Final Cut or Avid. If you don't have these, perhaps your school or library might. Even if you don't have the "film industry" in your area, you likely have people who shoot videos for weddings, or for other things. They might serve as your mentor and might have access to equipment you can borrow or use. Good luck and let us know how things progress!