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Dubbo Film Society

The Dubbo Film Society is located in Dubbo NSW and is the only film appreciation community group in the city. It has been operating since 1989. We bring quality films to film goers looking for a cinematic experience beyond the mainstream line of commercial box office films.  For more details come to our website: The Dubbo Film Society at


Deniliquin FilmSociety

The Deniliquin Film Society screens on the second Friday of every month (except January). Doors open at 7:30pm for a 8pm start.

Screenings are held at the Neighbourhood Centre, corner Napier and Trickett Street Deniliquin.

Attendance is by 12 month subscriptions $40 (single) $60 (Family)

Deniliquin Film Society Website

Complimentary Tea and Coffee are available.

For further information please contact Graeme Dick (03) 54897258 or by email on info @ denifilms .org .au

Membership renewals due this month

Everyone will have received this month’s InFilm Bulletin – June 2014 reminding them that film societies need to renew their membership this month. Payment is due by 30 June. Payments will be completely digital this year so please use the electronic membership form 

Making the payment online seriously reduces the work load of the volunteers who have to process and record the payments.  Contact us If you have any problems.

The Bulletin also reminds everyone that our AGM is coming up on Saturday 30 August in Canberra.


Our Facebook page is Live

Here’s the news for today. Our Facebook page: Australian Film Societies LIVE is up and waiting for you to check it out by clicking on the following link:

Those of you who are regular users of Facebook will know how it works. Our next step is to gather ‘likes’ and ’friends’. We would like you to recommend the page to your members and their friends, who will also ‘like’ or ‘friend’ the page, so that before you know it our concerns about the lending collection will be heard in the right places.

Following yesterday’s mailout, we received some really good information (thank you A) about making advance bookings with NFSA. Please note the following and commit to memory: you can book up to 15 months ahead. That’s right, 15 months. So if everyone starts making bookings now and keeps making them, we might be able to extend the mooted stay of execution further than we first thought. Of course that’s not going to solve the funding problem. But it is something practical we can all do fairly easily.