The Adelaide University Film Society is dedicated to increasing the love of film. Our members gather to watch films, discuss films and generally have a great time.
Quiz Night and Re-O Week
Hey guys, we're hosting the AUFS annual Quiz Night on the 12th of
August, and you'll be able to book tables and purchase tickets
starting from the 27th of July at our Re-O week stall, you can find
us in the university cloisters after 10pm! Come along and sign up!
More details can be found here: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=248401785172020
New Facebook Group
Since the old Facebook group inexplicably imploded we've created a new
one! Come sign up to this shiny new one!
Find us at: http://www.facebook.com/groups/242766902419847
Semester 2 Screenings
Week 1: Ed Wood (1994)
Week 2: La Diaboliques (Fr, 1955)
Week 3: Weekend at Bernie's (1989)
Week 4: L.A Confidential (1997)
Week 5: Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (Jp, 1984)
Week 6: Singing in the Rain (1952)
Week 7: World Week Special (TBA)
Week 8: In the Mood for Love (Cn, 2000)
Week 9: Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure/Bogus Journey double feature (1989)
Continuing with our Wallis special screenings for new movies, we're showing Captain America this Sunday, tickets can be purchased using this link: http://tinyurl.com/AUFScaptain or alternatively check the Facebook event page: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=134452256640321
Harry Potter $21 Deal
Double feature session of parts 1 and 2 of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows. Both in normal 2D format.
Where: Piccadilly Cinema North Adelaide
When: HPDH1 - Tuesday night 12th July at 9pm
HPDH2 - Wednesday morning 13th July at 12:01
Cost: $21 FOR BOTH FILMS (thats $20 plus $1 booking fee)
Link for tickets: (sales are though a secure Venuetix server)
You are welcome to bring your friends and family, there are more seats in the cinema than AUFS members.
The first film will begin screening at 9pm, there will then be a short break (approx 20min) and then the second film will begine screening at 12:01am Wednesday morning. We advise you to arrive well before 9pm on the Tuesday evening if you wish to get things from the Candy bar.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1
As Harry races against time and evil to destroy the Horcruxes, he uncovers the existence of three most powerful objects in the wizarding world: the Deathly Hallows.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
The end begins as Harry, Ron, and Hermione go back to Hogwarts to find and destroy Voldemort's final horcruxes, but when Voldemort finds out about their mission, the biggest battle begins and life as they know it will never be the same again.
Term 2 Films Chosen
The film choosing night was held and the Term 2 films were duly chosen. Term 2 films are:
- Week 8: Toy Story 3
- Week 9: Casablanca
- Week 10: City of God
- Week 11: Battlefield Earth (with rifftrax!)
- Week 12: Clerks 1 & Clerks 2 double feature
For more details see the programme page.
2011 Annual General Meeting Results
The 2011 AGM was held, and in a startlingly efficient manner, the new committee was elected. The new committee is:
|Media Liaison:||Sam Lehman|
|CA Delegate:||Philip Shaw|
|Minister of Propaganda & Poster Boy:||TBA & Arkin Gulsen|
|Newsletter Editor:||Natalie Hill & Kaye Jenkins|
|General Committee:||Rachael Pitt|
Thanks to the outgoing committee members for their hard work during 2010 and welcome to the new committee members for 2011.
Welcome to 2011
Hey everyone, welcome to 2011. Here is the line up for the start of the year. First of all, in O'week there are two films both of which are free for Adelaide Uni Students. Catch them on the Barr Smith Lawns at 7pm on Tuesday and Wednesday.
As for Film Society events, we have picked the the following as the first terms films. Membership is still only $10 for the year, which includes your 24 films. You can sign up during O'Week or at the film.
- Week 1: Inception
- Week 2: Scott Pilgrim vs the World
- Week 3: Igby Goes Down
- Week 4: Daybreakers
- Week 5: The General
- Week 6: Taxi Driver
- Week 7: Dead Snow
Hope to see you all again this year.
Just saw a film? We want to know what YOU thought of it! In fact, we're willing to send you to FREE media screenings of upcoming films to get your opinions on them! Your reviews will be published on our website, in our monthly newsletter ReelBuzz, and in On Dit. If you're interested, tick the appropriate box when you sign up, or send an email to liaison_aufs_org.
Learn to Project!
Films don't screen themselves (well, DVDs do) but we need people of talent to make our 16mm films function! In fact we're willing to provide FREE projecting lessons on this art to any and all who are interested! If you're interested, tick the appropriate box when you sign up, or send an email to projectoff_aufs_org.
Interested in making films?
The South Australian Film Group is a mailing list primarily intended for people living in South Australia (both city and country) who have an interest in film making (shorts, animations, features, doco's, tvc etc).
Visit the South Australian Film group website at www.sa-film.com.
The group is intended to be used as an open discussion forum, a place to distribute training information and industry news and to create a supportive environment for people seeking to get into film making.
All screenings are Thursdays at 7pm in the Union Cinema during university term time, unless otherwise noted. Check the Programme.
Any feedback? Let us know what you thought of this year's screenings — or anything else about the club for that matter… Send your suggestions to hey-aufs_aufs_org.
Meanwhile, check out National Film and Video Lending Service catalogue at http://www.screensound.gov.au/.
Check out IMDB's top 250 films.