Waverley Film Society has been in operation for almost 30 years.
It was formed to show “classic” films, many of which are not available for commercial viewing. These days it shows a mix of recent and older classic movies.
The relaxed and friendly atmosphere is reminiscent of the “older days” of going to a cinema matinee. We are a sociable group, that get to know each other. Visitors and new members always welcome.
We show films on the second Wednesday of each month (Feb – Dec), meeting at 7.40 pm in St. John’s Uniting Church Hall, 43 Virginia Street, Mt. Waverley, Victoria.
You can find our website Here: Waverley Film Society
The Melbourne Athenaeum Library film club screens films at the Library twice a month. Screenings are held on the first Wednesday of the month and the fourth Wednesday of the month at 6 pm.
For further information contact Tom Coleman on (03) 96503100
Or go to the Library website to look at future screenings: Melbourne Athenaeum Library Film Club
The Casablanca Movie Club screens at the Avoca Town Hall the 1st Saturday of the month in Avoca Victoria.
Visit our Facebook Page: Casablanca Movie Club
Or contact Allen May on 0408 396844
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
The Footscray Film Society screens once every two months at the Trocadero Art Space in Footscray Victoria.
For more information, go to their website http://www.trocaderoartspace.com.au/
Known as one of Victoria’s best film societies
The club may be reached through Eric Dixon at Ph# 0430 134 273 or at eric wdixon @ hotmail. com.
Crowlands in Western Victoria is a very small community of just 20 houses and 38 people. The nearest big town is Ararat, 24 kms away. The Society was established in 2003. Screenings are on the second Saturday of the month at 7.30.
Twice a year the local hall is transformed into a cinema with a giant screen and surround sound using 16mm. Otherwise films are shown at the Empire Private Theatre. Many folk travel large distances to attend. Members are encouraged to dress, and a prize is frequently awarded to the best dressed.
Pre-show drinks and an old-fashioned country-style supper make up the evening. Old glass slides start the presentation and often a short will precede the feature. It’s not uncommon for patrons to stay on talking about the movie for over an hour.
Our motto is “A Motion Picture Event”.
The Society is also known as one of the nicest societies in Victoria