Prom Coast Film Society

Friday 1 November 2013
8:00pm - 10:30pm

Location: Fish Creek Hall | Category: Cinema

November’s offering: Notorious ~ 1946 – USA – Film Noir / Romance – PG

About the Prom Coast Film Society

The Prom Coast Film Society operates under the rules of the Victorian Film Society and attendees at films must be subscribers.

The Film Society has 3 (consecutive) months or full season subscriptions available during 2013.

Annual subscription: $60 Quarterly subscription: $25

Screenings are at 8:00pm on the first Friday of each month in the Fish Creek Hall.

Single entry is not available due to copyright restrictions on film societies.

Members may request a guest pass if they would like to bring along a friend.

To add to the social atmosphere, Windy Ridge Winery sells local wine and fruit juice by the glass at each screening.

Supper is served at the conclusion of the film (a donation applies) so you can meet others and socialise.

This is very cheap movie-going and you will be surrounded by other enthusiastic supporters in a welcoming setting.

For inquiries email famda {@} dcsi.net.au or phone Catherine McGlead on 0407 543 371

You can bring your own cushions or chairs to make yourself feel really at home.

2013 PROGRAM

1st February 2013

The Artist ~ 2011 – France – Comedy / Drama – PG

1st March 2013

Margaret ~ 2012 – USA – Drama – MA

5th April 2013

Take This Waltz ~ 2012 – Canada – Comedy / Drama – MA

3rd of May 2013

I am Eleven ~ 2012 – Documentary – G

7th June 2013

The Illusionist ~ 2011 – France – Animated Drama – PG and

Idiots and Angels ~ 2008 – USA – Animated Drama – PG

5th July 2013

The Sapphires ~ 2012 – Australia – Indigenous Drama – PG

2nd August 2013

Margin Call ~ 2011 – USA – Drama – MA

6th September 2013

A Separation ~ 2012 – Iran – Drama – PG

4th October 2013

The Ides of March ~ 2011 – USA – Drama – M

1st November 2013

Notorious ~ 1946 – USA – Film Noir / Romance – PG

6th December 2013

Made in Dagenham ~ 2010 – UK – Comedy / Drama – M

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