The Launceston Film Society aims to provide and promote the opportunity for the viewing of films of merit, and encourage interest in film as an art form. Members enjoy 40 films each year, screening on Monday at 6pm, Wednesday at 4pm and 6.30pm, and Thursday at 6pm during school term at the Village Cinema in Brisbane St, Launceston.
Find out what’s on this week, discuss and rate films, find out about how membership works, look through a copy of Newsreel, catch up on the latest news, or contact the committee.
History of LFS
“From Reel to Disc, History of the Launceston Film Society, 1958 to 2014” is a book compiled by Launceston historian, Dr Thomas Gunn, outlining the history of the society through its various incarnations to the present day.
Please join us to vote for your most and least liked films this term at the Plough Inn (opposite the cinema) after the film on Monday 9th, Wednesday the 11th and Thursday 12th of April.
This is an opportunity to enjoy light refreshments whilst you vote and meet other members and the Committee.
The LFS is a member of the Tasmanian Federation of Film Societies (TFOFS), which is on the Australian Council of Film Societies (ACOFS). Find out more about the film society movement in Australia, find other film societies in Tasmania, or start your own film society.