The October film screening promises to be unlike any other – behold, the world’s first fully painted feature film! We’ll be screening this beautiful work of art on Thursday 4th October at 7pm in the Killara Centre, Camperdown.
The Corangamite Film Society AGM will be held on Thursday 6th Septemer, 2018 at 7pm in the Killara Centre, Camperdown (immediately before our screening of ‘Goodbye Lenin’). All welcome!
If you are interested in joining the committee, you can nominate on the night or prior to the meeting by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact us by email if you have any questions about what’s involved in being a committee member.
It’s a wrap! Thankyou to Port Campbell Film Society for running the Sunday screening and to the Camperdown P&A Society for keeping us fed with popcorn, choc tops and coffee in the Theatre Royal. Thankyou to everyone who came along to a screening, we hope you enjoyed yourselves! A HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGE THANKYOU goes to the committee and the wonderful volunteers and helpers for all your hard work to make the Corangamite Film Festival 2018 such a success! Now to start planning for the next one…
The Corangamite Film Festival 2018 runs from Thursday 2nd August to Sunday 5th August, and features a diverse range of film experiences! Ticket prices include supper/drinks and are available for purchase at the door or online (links below). Check out the screening details:
Thursday 2nd August, 7:30pm, Theatre Royal Camperdown
‘The Kid’ with live band accompaniment
US, 1921, comedy/drama, 1hr 8 min
Charlie Chaplin’s first full-length feature, this silent masterpiece is about a tramp who discovers a little orphan and brings him up, but is left desolate when the orphanage reclaims him. The screening will feature a live band accompaniment by talented local musicians Matt Hewson and John Hudson. Tickets available online at https://www.trybooking.com/WPTT.
Friday 3rd August, 7:30pm, Theatre Royal Camperdown
DOUBLE FILM SCREENING!
Tickets $15 for entry into both films.
‘A Gun in Each Hand’
Spain, 2012, Comedy/Drama, M, 1hr 37 min
A film which has nothing to do with Westerns, gangsters or gunslingers, ‘A Gun in Each Hand’ is about how men try to negotiate their way through a minefield of contemporary personal relationships, and continually fail. This subversive yet poignant film is sharp as new scalpel, tempered by wicked humour and occasional glimpses of empathy.
Australia, 1996, Drama, M, 1hr 43 min
Lewis is a twenty-something man who lands a job at a psychiatric hospital. But he gets more than he bargained for when he finds himself directing an adaptation of the Mozart opera ‘Cosi` Fan Tutti’ to be performed by the patients. But that’s only part of the story. Echoing the theme of the opera, best friend Nick does his best to lead Lewis’ girlfriend Lucy astray. Tickets available online at https://www.trybooking.com/WXBZ.
Saturday 4th August, 7:30pm, Theatre Royal Camperdown
St Kilda Film Festival
Camperdown will again host the St Kilda Film Festival as part of their 2018 Victorian tour! The Festival’s Victorian tour features two programs- the Award Winners Program which showcases some the winning short films from this year’s festival as well as the Director’s Choice Program. Tickets available online at https://www.trybooking.com/WXCE.
Sunday 5th August, 3:00pm, Port Campbell Arts Space
‘A Man Called Ove’
Sweden, 2015, Comedy/Drama, 1hr 56 min
Ove is a quintessential angry old man next door. An isolated retiree with strict principles and a short fuse, he spends his days enforcing block associated rules that only he cares about and visiting his wife’s grave. Ove has given up on life. After a boisterous young family moves in next door and accidentally flattens Ove’s mailbox, an unlikely friendship forms. Tickets available online at https://www.trybooking.com/WXCH.
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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!
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.
Our July screening of ‘The Song Keepers’ will be part of local NAIDOC week celebrations. ‘The Song Keepers’ is the inspiring story of an Aboriginal women’s choir and their first tour of Germany.
‘The Song Keepers’ screens on Thursday 5th July, 2018 at 7.30pm in the Theatre Royal, Camperdown.
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.