The Wollongong WEA Film Society is a small group who share and study film in a relaxed friendly atmosphere.
Screening Wednesdays 7:30pm @ WEA Illawarra 50 Auburn St. Wollongong
Screening 8 nights per WEA terms.
The Woolongong WEA Film Society may be reached through Kerrie at Ph# 02 4226 1622.
You can find information about film screenings on the Wauchope Community Arts Council website or by contacting Peter on (20) 6586 1041.
This society is located in the Watagan Mountains on the East Coast of New South Wales, Australia. The mountains are between the Hunter River Catchment and the Tuggerah Lakes
Whangarei Film Society Inc. screens a varied programme of high quality films. These include international festival releases, award winning documentaries, dramas, avant-garde and historic films.
‘Film Club’ at Forum North is the spot where film lovers gather for a drink and to meet friends before Thursday screenings between March and November. All residents and visitors to Whangarei are welcome at screenings. Door sales only.
For film titles and screening dates contact mike @ whangarei filmsociety.org or go to their website
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.
We are very excited to bring you our season of independent, arthouse, foreign and classic films from around the globe right here to Newcastle. We will be screening a film every Wednesday night at The Royal Exchange Theatre, 32-34 Bolton Street, Newcastle at 7.30pm for an 8:00pm start from May through to October 31 2012, we feel it’s a great way to spend your Wednesday night doing something a little different.
Phone: (02) 4929 4969
Visit our website
The Film Seen film society is based in Temora,a town in the north-east of the Riverina area of New South Wales.
The Society can be reached through Sue James on sue James @ dragnet.com .au
The Stratvell Film Society is located in South Johnstone QLD.
Screemigs are held at South Johnsone Community Hall (a couple of doors up from the pub).
Screenings are at 7.30pm on the LAST Friday of the month.
Stratvell Film Society welcomes all guests & members to their screenings. Tea, coffee, biscuits, cake are all available at interval
Here is a map to help you find it.
Starry Nights is a group of like-minded movie lovers who enjoy alternative film selections. Each term brings movies ranging from documentaries, international (non-mainstream) film to alternative films from mainstream film studios. We have over 500 members
We operate out of the Southern Cross Cinema in Young NSW.
See the website for more information.