The Society can be reached through Sue James on sue James @ dragnet.com .au
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.
The Stanwell Park Arts Theatre film Society screens in the Stanwell Park Art Theatre.
We show around 4 films a year but they can be real events with members dressing up and bringing in food and drink that match the film.
You can find information on our webpage: Stanwell Park Arts Theatre Film Society
The society may be reached thru Wayne Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Operating out of The Southern Cross Cinema in Young NSW and closely associated with the Starry Nights Film Group.
The Southern Cross Kids Club screen films during the school holidays every friday morning.
The website for the Southern Cross Cinema is here
The Rous Mill film club show films in Alstonville NSW and have a Facebook page
The Rising Sun Film Society screens films in Moree NSW, at St Philomena’s Hall on the 3rd Sunday of the month at 7pm. It has been going for over 25 years.
Contact : Tourism Moree on 02 6757 3350
The Parkes Film Society is a Not for Profit Organisation and has the following aims.
- To encourage interest within the community of Parkes in films as an art form by means of the exhibition of films of all kinds.
- To promote the study and appreciation of films by means of lectures, discussions, exhibitions and publications.
- To provide a means of bringing the community together in the spirit of goodwill.
The Parkes Film Society is organised by a committee elected by the members annually. Currently the founding committee has been established to realise the Parkes Film Society. The committee members are all local residents.
Participation in the committee and attendance at society screenings is open to all residents of Parkes Shire through a low cost membership fee. The membership fee covers screening rights for the film and associated costs of hall hire. Membership is available in 3 month, 6 month or annual blocks. Members can suggest films they want to see to the programming sub committee. Films chosen can be from any era in the history of cinema providing the Australian non theatrical screening rights are available.
The benefits will be to provide cinematic and cultural experience for the residents of Parkes as there are no longer any cinemas in operation in Parkes or Forbes. The film society does not aim to compete with cinemas and its purpose is not to screen latest releases, rather it is to foster an appreciation of film as an art form within the community.
The NWTC shows films on the last Sunday of every month. in a beautifully refurbished Roxy theatre in Bingara NSW in the New England Tablelands.
NWTC President John Wearne says that the program has something for everyone.
“We have attempted, and I think succeeded, in having a wonderful balance of films – some old, some new and covering a wide variety of categories. We probably have an increase in recent movies this time, with a good dash of old, much loved classics”,
MEMBERSHIP FORMS available from Bingara Tourist Office or by phoning 67241585 (John Wearne) or 67241613 (Ros Moulton). Subscription fee – $65.
All films supported by shorts and features, introductory comments, group discussion and drinks and supper in the café.
For more information go to their Website: North West Theatre Company Film Club
The Moruya Community Film Group screens at The Performing Arts Centre, St Marys Primary School, Queen St, Moruya.
We run, on average, at least one screening per month on Saturday nights, and often have additional special members events.
New members are always welcome. Membership can be for 6 or 12 month period commencing from the month of payment. Membership is $35 for 6 months or $60 for 12 months.
Screening details can be found at our Website Moruya Community Film Group
For further information you can contact the president Katy Goddard on 0427 773 137
Marrickville West’s Film Club shows a movie each Term in the school hall. The aim is to provide a fun social evening and provide some alternate movie viewing for both children and adults alike.
The movie begins at 6:30pm and popcorn and drinks are for sale through the canteen. Kids can come along in their pyjamas. Bring a cushion and blanket to get cozy.