Calvary – take two!

Due to popular demand, “Calvary” is being screened for a second time!  If you missed it at the start of the month, come along to the Killara Centre on Wednesday 27th May at 7pm to catch this thought-provoking film.

If you miss it again, just make sure you have signed up as a member of Corangamite Film Society to be eligible to borrow from our extensive library of DVDs and check it out at your leisure.


Welcome back, St. Kilda Film Festival!

Following on from the success of last year, the St. Kilda Film Festival is set to return to Camperdown!  Featuring a selection of the best short films from around Australia, the festival turns the spotlight on award-winning films that might not otherwise receive public attention.

The screening will take place at the Theatre Royal at 7.30pm on Saturday 21st June and will feature 15 short films.  Intermission will provide a chance to refresh with nibbles, wine, tea and coffee available.

This represents a joint effort between the Corangamite Film Society and Corangamite Shire Council.

Tickets – $15 per person, sold at the door on the night.

Classification Notice: As films featured in the St Kilda Film Festival are unclassified, persons under the age of 15 years will not be admitted to screenings unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Announcing the Winter Lights Film Festival!

Movie fans – you’re in for a treat with the upcoming Winter Lights Film Festival!  Screenings will be held in Terang, Skipton and Camperdown from Friday 20th June to Sunday 22nd June 2014.

The highlight of the Film Festival will be opening night at The Civic in Terang on the Friday evening. It will feature the classic Buster Keaton silent film ‘The General’ with live musical accompaniment provided by John Hudson and Matt Hewson. Tickets to the launch event will be $20 and include drinks and supper before and after the film. The opening night event will follow a free matinee screening of ‘Green Card’, also in The Civic.

Alfred Hitchcock’s classic ‘Rebecca’ will screen at the Skipton Mechanics Institute Hall on Saturday evening, following on from the free afternoon screening of ‘More than Honey’. The Skipton program will also feature local film-maker Luis Bayonas’ short documentary ‘The Croquet Champions’, based on the remarkable achievement of Lismore’s Fletcher boys.

The Winter Lights Film Festival will conclude in Camperdown on Sunday, following on from the screening of the St Kilda Short Film Festival program on Saturday night.

There will be something for people of all ages and film tastes.

Tickets will be sold at the door or can be pre-purchased at  Full details available soon!