Local film society extends to Victor

NEW: Southern Fleurieu Film Society's Ken Smith, Anita Leak, Gillian Keen, Sharon van Kerckhoven, and Mike Tye, with Victa Cinema's Robert Storer. Photo: Dani Brown.
NEW: Southern Fleurieu Film Society's Ken Smith, Anita Leak, Gillian Keen, Sharon van Kerckhoven, and Mike Tye, with Victa Cinema's Robert Storer. Photo: Dani Brown.

The Southern Fleurieu Film Society (SFFS) is a community group that screens films once a month in Goolwa and Milang, but from February next year, it will extend its reach to Victor Harbor.

The launch of SFFS's 2022 season will be held on Monday, November 29 at the new location, the Victa Cinema.

Thanks to the Adelaide Film Festival, there will be a free screening of the SA-produced film Yer Old Faither from 6.30pm, followed by a question-and-answer with the film's director, Heather Croall.

This film won the Audience Award at the 2021 Adelaide Film Festival.

The SFFS has been regularly screening films since 2013.

Its primary objectives are to promote film as an art form and to encourage social interaction between members.

Membership is required to attend the SFFS's regular screenings, and there are no ticket sales at the door.

Membership costs $50 per year, enabling members to enjoy 11 quality films in the company of other film lovers.

In 2022 films will be screened in the first week of each month from February to December, on Tuesdays in the Victa cinema, Wednesdays in Centenary Hall Goolwa, and Fridays in the Milang Institute.

For more information and the 2022 program, visit www.sffs.org.au or contact president Mike Tye on 0438 800 066 or mike@michaeltye.com.au

To join the society, visit the 'Join Us' page on the SFFS website and fill out the form.

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