The University of the Third Age runs a film group for seniors who want to explore films
Screenings are every Wednesday at 1.45 pm in the Phoenix Room at the Southern Cross Club in Canberra.
The Group can be contacted through the University of the Third Age
A term fee of $10 applies.
The ANU Film Group Inc. is Australia’s largest film society and has been screening films in Canberra since 1966. We screen over 150 films a year, from the latest Hollywood hits, to foreign, independent and classic films you won’t find on the big screen elsewhere. Best of all – membership is open to everyone!
The Group has a storied history, starting from small beginnings in 1965 to our current status at the largest film society in the country.
Please visit our Website: The ANU Film Group
We can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or you can give us a call on 02 6247 2425. We don’t have an office so you may not get an immediate answer, but leave us a message and we’ll get back to you.
Or, very screening has a duty manager at the front desk. Feel free to ask any questions you have of the manager.
Or, you can contact the group by mail at: GPO Box 2425, Canberra, ACT, 2601
You can also visit the ANU Film Group Facebook Page
The Reel McCoy has been screening films in Canberra since 1990.
The Reel McCoy Film Group screens twice a month on the second Sunday and the last Sunday of the month. Screenings start at 1pm.
Screenings are held at the Canberra Museum and Gallery (CMAG) on the Cnr London Circuit and City Square, Canberra City.
The Reel McCoy shows a mixture of Hollywood Classics, Arthouse and Foreign Films.
Every film is introduced by a member of the Reel McCoy in order to help the audience understand and appreciate the film a little more and every screening is followed by discussion afterwards, giving you a chance to talk about the film over tea, coffee and biscuits. We hope to see you there.
Memberships are available for three months, six month or 1 year.
Check out our The Reel McCoy Film Group website.