The Gundaroo Film Society may well be Australia’s oldest film society having started in 1905. Films were shown in the Gundaroo Hall, which in the early 1900s was the “Elite Skating Rink”, and post war renamed the Gundaroo Soldiers Memorial Hall.

After a somewhat fractured 2021, the Gundaroo Film Society is flickering back to life in 2022. The Committee is currently planning a full year of films, and is even hoping to include a meal with the year’s first showing on the 19th February.

Up for screening will be films missed in 2020 and 2021. This includes British New Wave and Australian New Wave films introduced by cinematographer Geoff Burton. There will also be a mix of Australian and overseas films and some recent documentaries.

Membership is for 10 film nights, including two films in one night:

  • Remains at $50 for new members
  • Renewing members from 2021: $25 for compensation on missing out half a year.

For more information about the Gundaroo Film Society, please go to: Webpage - Email – Facebook – Gundaroo Films

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