Corangamite Film Festival returns!

The Corangamite Film Festival will be held 2nd – 5th August 2018, with a diverse selection of film offerings planned.  Silent films, short films, iconic Australian films – we’ll be covering a lot of movie territory!

One of the highlights will be the St Kilda Film Festival screening in the Theatre Royal, Camperdown on Saturday 4th August at 7.30pm.  Mark the date in your calendar now!

st kilda film fest poster


Double screening for July

In the lead up to NAIDOC Week, we will be screening two documentaries – ‘Contact’ and ‘The Song Keepers’.

‘Contact’ is based on the moment in 1964 when a group of Martu people in the Great Sandy Desert came into contact with Europeans for the first time.

‘The Song Keepers’ tells the story of an Aboriginal women’s choir and their tour of Germany.

‘Contact’ and ‘The Song Keepers’ will be screened on Thursday 5th July at 7.30pm in the Theatre Royal, Camperdown.  There will be a brief interval between the two documentaries.


All has been revealed – check out the Corangamite Film Society program for July – December 2018!  This is going to be an amazing season of films, featuring a special screening for NAIDOC week as well as a Film Festival in August (incorporating the St Kilda Film Festival).  If you’re not a member yet – what are you waiting for?

Click HERE to download our latest program.


Our June screening is ‘Mustang’, a Turkish film about the challenges faced by five orphaned girls growing up in a remote village.  This critically-acclaimed film is being shown at the Theatre Royal, Camperdown on Thursday 7th June at 7.30pm.  We’d love to see you there!


Stay tuned for news about our next program of films and for details about our upcoming film festival!

Rumble in the jungle…

Thanks to everyone who came along to our April screening – ‘The Eagle Huntress’ attracted one of our biggest crowds yet!

Our May screening is the 2017 thriller ‘Jungle’, a biographical survival drama directed by Greg McLean (of ‘Wolf Creek’ fame).  Come along on 3rd May, 7.30pm at the Killara Centre to see Daniel Radcliffe in a distinctly non-Harry Potter-esque role.

‘The Eagle Huntress’

The April film screening is ‘The Eagle Huntress’, which tells the story of a young girl (Aisholpan) who is training to become the first female eagle hunter in 12 generations of her family.  Billed as a documentary, Otto Bell has since faced questioning about whether any of the scenes were ‘staged’ for the purpose of the film.  True or not, this is a beautifully shot film set in the stunning mountains of Mongolia.

You can watch the trailer here and you can see the full film at the Killara Centre, Camperdown on Thursday 5th April at 7.30pm.