Serious movies, silly movies, and outright strange movies. Whether its thought provacation or indulgence in absurdity, our aim is to provide you with a fresh experience and a great time.
Uwe Film Society hosts weekly screenings and provides a filmmaking network. Our filmmaking network is comprised of novices, amatuers, and intermediates who share a passion and desire to create movies; the film network is designed to give aspiring filmmakers a place to find like-minded individuals and teammates; we encourage anyone who's interested to put their name and skillset down, so that we might better advertise your ability to participate; it doesn't matter if you've been involved with -1 films or 246 films, all that matters is that you are willing and enthusiastic! Our screenings will be held in room 1N05 on Frenchay Campus most Mondays and every Thursday at 7pm, where we will be showing a plethora of films new and old. Every on-campus screening is free but if you want to support us, you can, through society sign up. Society sign ups will allow us to gain extra funding through the Student Union and host bigger events at external venues, such as: The Lansdown pub, The Cube, 20th Century Flicks, and (hopefully) The IMAX. From Dancer in the Dark (2000) to Who Killed Captain Alex? (2010) to Dog Day Afternoon (1975) to Little Caeser (1931) to The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle (2000) to King of New York (1990) to A Serbian Film (2010) to La La Land (2016) to Last Night in Soho (2021) to Brighton Rock (1948) to Hobo with a Shotgun (2011), I'm sure there will be something for everyone!
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