There are many fantastic cultural events in The Tamar Valley including music, festivals, arts groups, activities and food and wine to name a few, one other to add to that list is The Tamar Valley Film society.
Meeting on the second Friday of each month at the recently renovated Exeter Hub on Murray Street, the Tamar Valley Film Society strives to screen a variety of films from a range of genres.
Independent films, so often ignored by mainstream media, and in particular, Australian independent films, are sure to be given a fair amount of coverage with members suggestions always welcomed.
New members are always welcome to join, with a relatively small membership fee paid yearly. The society runs 12 screenings a year, with a member’s bar, a pre-film raffle with chocolate and wine prizes and an opportunity to enjoy drinks during the screening.
The bar opens at 6:30pm with the film starting at 7:30pm, that’s at Exeter Hub, Murray Street on the second Friday of each month. First visit is free for those who would like to come along and experience a night of cinema and friendship.
The Tamar Valley film society is supported by West Tamar Council.
For more information about screenings please visit www.tamarvalleyfilmsociety.com.