Welcome to the Worthing Film Club website. We are a film society running since 2007 who screen films that don't get an airing in our town. From older classics to great independent films & gems from World Cinema, films are screened every month either at Coast Cafe des Artistes on Worthing seafront or at the Connaught Studio cinema.
Screenings are free to members, but non-members can attend paying £4 at Cast or £7 at Connaught.
Membership is £25 a year which includes:
- Admission to 12 screenings a year
- Free use of our extensive DVD library (members can take out 2 films a month)
- Reduced price admission for members' guests to some Worthing Film Club Screenings
- Free admission to our annual Christmas Party with free drinks and food
Cheques (payable to 'Worthing Film Club') and correspondence should be sent to:
Worthing Film Club
32 St Michael's Road
Stuck on present ideas for Christmas and want something different and interesting? Why not give someone the fabulous gift of a Worthing Film Club membership! At a bargain rate of £25 until December 31st, members can enjoy 12 screenings a year (at a variety of venues, including the Connaught Cinema for select films), free use of our extensive DVD library and an exclusive invite to our annual Xmas party. More information on the membership can be found on our website below.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to order a membership and we can post it out to you- cheques payable to Worthing Film Club. Or why not pick one up at this year's Member's Christmas Party on Monday 3rd December?!We don't tend to publish our forthcoming programme too far in advance, but as an example of our programming here are the films we showed within the last 24 months: Possession, Cleo from 5 to 7, Loveless, 120bpm, Mediterraneo, my Winnipeg, Elle, Mustang, Hunt For The Wilderpeople, Under The Shadows, Son Of Saul, Mon Oncle, Tangerine, The Assassin, Dheepan, The Lobster,, Taxi Tehran, A Touch Of Evil, Timbuktu, Of Horses and Men, Wild Tales, Duke Of Burgundy, The Lunchbox, Two Days One Night, Ida....
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