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Midlands Film Society

Midlands Film Society

On the first Friday of the month, the Midlands Film Society screens films at the historic Ross Town Hall.

Come and experience how films were once shown in Ross but now with the advantage of updated technology.

Annual memberships cost $65.00 per couple or $40.00 per single.  Three monthly memberships (to be used at three consecutive screenings) are $25.00 per couple or $15.00 per single. More information is available by contacting the Secretary by email –

Bookings essential.

Doors open 6.30pm. Film starts 7.15pm in Winter and 7.30pm in Summer.

2024 Film Schedule:

February 2: Driving Madeleine RATED R
French: An elderly woman takes her last drive through Paris, a city full of memories, with a cantankerous, angry taxi driver.
Stars: Line Renaud, Dany Boon, Alice Isaaz

March 1: Unlikely Journey of Harold Fry. RATED M.
A man who has always lived his life on the sidelines goes to post a letter and just keeps walking.
Stars: Jim Broadbent, Penelope Wilton, Earl Cave.

April 5: Dog RATED PG13.
An Army Ranger and his dog head off on a road trip to attend another soldier’s funeral – will they make it on time?
Stars: Channing Tatum, Ryder McLaughlin, Aavi Haas.

May 10: The Quiet Girl RATED PG13.
Irish/Gaelic – A neglected girl from a dysfunctional family spends the summer with relatives on a farm in rural Ireland.
Stars: Carrie Crowley, Andrew Bennett, Catherine Clinch

June 7: Barbie RATED PG13.
Barbie suffers a crisis that leads her to question her world and her existence.
Stars: Margot Robbie, Ryan Gosling and Issa Rae.

July 5: Wicked Little Letters RATED.
When residents of the town of Littlehampton start receiving somewhat salacious letters suspicion falls on one woman.
Stars: Jessie Buckley, Olivia Colman, Timothy Spall.

August 2: The Lost King RATED PG13.
True story: Against all the odds, and despite the ridicule of many academics, a woman uncovers the burial ground of an English King in a carpark.
Stars: Sally Hawkins, Shonagh Price, Helen Katamba.

September 6: Fablemans. RATED PG13.
Part memoir, part ode to the power of the movies, The Fabelmans finds Steven Spielberg digging at the family roots that helped make him a beloved filmmaker — and proves he hasn’t lost his magic touch.

October 4: The Trouble With Jessica. RATED MA.
A dinner party with an uninvited guest ends with a tragedy and a seemingly trivial argument – two couples must work out a way to escape.
Stars: Sylvester Groth, Shirley Henderson, Alice Henley.

November 1: Haute Couture RATED: M.
French. At the end of her career as a seamstress for a French designer, Esther has her bag stolen on the metro. Instead of punishing the culprit she offers her the opportunity of a lifetime.
Stars: Nathalie Baye, Lyna Khoudri, Pascale Arbillot.

December 6: Past Lives. RATED PG13.
Korean: A deeply connected boy (Hae Sung) and a girl (Nora) are forced apart when Nora’s family move to the US. Decades later they meet for a week in New York and confront destiny, love and choices.
Stars: Greta LeeTeo, YooJohn, Magaro.

The film society makes every attempt to show the scheduled film. In the event of a technical problem, a substitute film will be shown.

candy seller at the opening of the Midlands Film Society. A lady in costume carrying a tray of lolly bags.