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Published June 15th 2013
Watch World's Greatest Movies Monthly in Country Victoria
Let's see. You love watching films, interesting, entertaining and thought provoking ones. And you'd also like the chance to talk with others about your viewing experience.
Well, you're in luck. Red Rock Film Society is offering the opportunity to join ahead of their spring season.
'Amal' screens in July
Members of Red Rock Film Society enjoy limited film releases, classics and thought provoking selections with broad appeal. Films are screened monthly at 7.30pm on the third Wednesday or Thursday of each month. Supper and conversation follow each screening. Members are asked to nominate either a Wednesday or Thursday for the season.
Operating under the auspices of Red Rock Regional Theatre and Gallery (RRRTAG) at 520 Corangamite Lake Road, Cororooke, screenings are held in the state of the art 'Carolyn Theatre'. Annual membership is $50, allowing for admission to five film nights, including supper. Society membership is limited to 80 people due to the theatre capacity. As required by the rules of film societies, screenings are not open to the public. Join here.
World's best films on your doorstep
PROGRAM (Winter-Spring 2013)
19/20 June THE SKIN I LIVE IN When the research by a brilliant plastic surgeon is ruled to be out-of-order, he decides to kidnap and imprison a young woman in order to continue his research. Rated MA for Mature Audience. 120 mins
17/18 July AMAL One day Amal, a rickshaw driver in New Delhi, picks up an eccentric billionaire who is disguised as a pauper. As Amal's passenger searches the city for a benefactor, Amal's contented and simple life hangs in the balance. Rated M Drama 101 mins
21/22 August HODEJEGERNE
When Roger, an art thief, learns about an extremely valuable painting, he decides to risk all to possess it. But his decision leads to a discovery that makes him a hunted man.
Rated MA (subtitled) Crime/Thriller 100 minutes. Strong Irish language used.
18/19 September LE HAVRE
Marcel Marx, a shoeshiner, takes a young African refugee to heart, enlisting the support of the community to help him avoid deportation by the authorities.
Rated M (subtitled) Comedy/Drama 93 minutes
16/17 October WISH YOU WERE HERE
Four friends go on holidays in Cambodia, but only three return. As the friends desperately search for answers, a nasty secret about the night of their friend's disappearance is revealed.
Rated MA Drama/Mystery 89 mins
20/21 November ELENA
Vladimir and Elena, an couple in their 60s, live together in a Moscow apartment. Vladimir, a wealthy businessman, is estranged from his own daughter, and detests his wife's family. But when life takes an unexpected turn, Elena hatches a desperate plan to secure her potential inheritance.
Rated M (subtitled) Drama 109 mins
Red Rock Film Society is a membership-based incorporated body, operating within the rules governing community based film societies, and affiliated with the Federation of Victorian Film Societies (certificate no 352).
More information is available by visiting Red Rock Arts, or request a brochure and membership form by email here.