Come and meet the film-makers behind some of Australia’s best cinematic output. Screenings of ‘The Association’ and ‘100 Bloody Acres’ will be held along with Q&A sessions with the film-makers behind the ‘The Association’ including Jennifer Monk and Cameron Cairnes, who directed ‘100 Bloody Acres’ with his brother Colin.
FREE event at the Killara Centre on Thursday, December 5 from 7.30pm.
This film from 1930 follows a group of German schoolboys, talked into enlisting at the beginning of World War I by their jingoistic teacher. The story is told entirely through the experiences of the young German recruits and highlights the tragedy of war through the eyes of individuals. As the boys witness death and mutilation all around them, any preconceptions about ‘the enemy’ and the ‘rights and wrongs’ of the conflict disappear, leaving them angry and bewildered. The film is not about heroism but about drudgery and futility and the gulf between the concept of war and the actuality.
Thursday, November 7, 7.30pm at the Killara Centre, Camperdown.
Refreshments and supper after the screening.
Martha relies on her culinary skills as her primary means of communication. She lives for her work and presides with obsessive care over her spotless, precise kitchen. When a fateful accident leaves Lina, her 8-year-old niece, in her care, Martha’s orderly life begins to come undone. When the owner is consequently forced to bring in help, Martha and the new charming and carefree Italian chef are instantly at odds.
Screening starts at 7.30pm at Killara Centre, Camperdown. Supper and refreshments available after the screening.
A father has less than one day left to come good on a debt to a dangerous loan shark, while at the same time taking care of his young son.
Screening from 7.30pm at the Killara Centre in Camperdown.
Supper and refreshments available after the screening. $10 entry or $30 for a three-month subscription.
All interested Corangamite Film Society members are welcome to come along to our Annual General Meeting for 2019.
Members interested in joining the committee are welcome to express interest to firstname.lastname@example.org or simply come along on the night.
Held shortly before the regular monthly Thursday Pictures screening from 6.30pm at the Killara Centre in Camperdown.
We are less than 2 weeks away from kicking off our biggest Corangamite Film Festival yet! Complete with the return of local musicians John Hudson and Matt Hewson accompanying the Harold Lloyd classic and the St Kilda Film Festival regional tour, we hope this year will have a screening for people of all tastes. This year will also see northern and southern screenings as bookends for the festival with Derrinallum hosting a screening of ‘Maudie’ and Port Campbell hosting a screening of the documentary ‘Big in Japan’ with a Q&A session from filmmaker Lachlan McLeod.
All Camperdown screenings will also include coffee, snacks and ice cream provided by the Camperdown Pastoral and Agricultural Society.
Get your tickets at the door or book them early via the links below:
Derrinallum Community Hall – Maudie – Wednesday, July 31 – https://www.trybooking.com/BDPUP
Camperdown Theatre Royal – Safety Last! with live band accompaniment – Thursday, August 1 – https://www.trybooking.com/BDPUR
Camperdown Theatre Royal – Cherry Blossoms and Swiss Army Man (double bill) – Friday, August 2 – https://www.trybooking.com/BDPUW
Camperdown Theatre Royal – St Kilda Film Festival regional tour – Saturday, August 3 – https://www.trybooking.com/BDPVF
Port Campbell Arts Space – Big in Japan with Q&A with filmmaker Lachlan McLeod – Sunday, August 4 – https://www.trybooking.com/BDPVG
IT’S FILM WEEK! The second half of our 2019 program kicks off this Thursday with Sweet Country, a deeply affecting tale of an Aboriginal man’s plight to seek justice after killing a white man in self-defence. Based on true events in 1920s outback Australia, this screening will complement a number of local events commemorating NAIDOC Week. Come along to see a modern Australian classic and enjoy supper and discussion afterwards. $10 entry or $30 for a three-month membership subscription.
IT’S FILM WEEK! After winning a string of major awards including the 2009 Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, Departures went on to enchant audiences around the world. It centres on a young cellist who loses his job and finds himself reluctantly working in the funeral industry, knowing he will be shunned by many people, including friends and family. From this unpromising start, Departures blossoms into a lyrical, eye-opening film you are unlikely to ever forget.
Come along out of the cold this Thursday night for a touching film and stay after for supper and a discussion.
After leaving London for the English countryside, writer A.A. Milne starts to spin fanciful yarns about his son’s growing collection of stuffed animals. These stories form the basis for “Winnie-the-Pooh” and “The House at Pooh Corner,” published respectively in 1926 and 1928. Milne and his family soon become swept up in the instant success of the books, while the enchanting tales bring hope and comfort to the rest of postwar England.
7.30pm at Killara Centre, Camperdown. Thursday, May 2, 2019. $10 entry (supper included). Three screening subscriptions available for $30 or yearly subscription available for $90.
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