To Film Enthusiasts city-wide.
The Canterbury Film Society meets every Monday night (with breaks for public holidays) at 7.30pm. We have membership prices to suit every pocket, eg a Flexi-Pass costs $30 for three films, may be shared amongst friends and has no expiry date. New members are warmly welcome and are asked to come earlier than 7.30pm to speak to our membership team. (Downloading a membership form from our website and filling it in before you come is helpful.) Doors open at 7pm for socialising and the theatre bar will be operating.
This screening is director Richard Lester's ‘A Hard Day's Night’.
Rock n’ Roll comedy capturing the phenomenon of Beatlemania in 1964 with madcap humour and irresistible songs.
“It is one of the great life-affirming landmarks of the movies.” – Roger Ebert
A UK production, 1964, 84 minutes, G.
For more information about our 2020 programme and membership options, to view the trailer and request text or email reminders about our weekly or special events, go to our website – link above.
VENUE: During this time of changing COVID-19 levels please visit the CFS website prior to attending each screening to check the venue. (In general, depending on availability, screenings during level 1 are likely to be at the Christchurch Art Gallery and screenings during level 2 are likely to be at the Isaac Theatre Royal.)
CFS brochures may be uplifted from the Christchurch Art Gallery, city libraries, WEA, Lumière and Alice Cinemas, and Addington Coffee Co-op.
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Canterbury Film Society Team