PO Box 217
Longford Tas 7301
Phone: 0409 265 700



ABOUT US The Norfolk Plains Film Society, established in 2013, is an initiative of a group of film-loving locals who enjoy seeing people from the area gather together once a month to enjoy a good film and a night out in Longford. Members enjoy 11 films each year, screening on the second Friday of each month at 7:30pm at the Longford Town Hall. The Norfolk Plains Film Society is a member of ACOFS (Australian Council of Film Societies) and TFOFS (Tasmanian Federation of Film Societies). THIS MONTH'S FEATURE FILM - OCTOBER 2014
film program

"BROKEN" - British 2012

A story of crumbling innocence and the several failures of character that have dreadful, destructive consequences, “Broken” barely escapes the despair label as debuting filmmaker Rufus Norris explores the powerful tools of cinema. Images are used to convey moods and his camera gives us the points of view that make the most dramatic impact.  Eloise Lawrence makes a compelling debut as the 11 year old Skunk, a pretty young girl whose freshness and smarts are challenged as a series of rash judgments by people around her – some in physical, some in physical, some in emotional proximity. Skunk's relationships are all tested, some shattered and her very life is in danger.  It's all powerful material. (Source:









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Committee Members

Andrew Calvert

Di McGrath

Dee Potter

Libby Dennis

Olwyn Nilon


Secretary / Treasurer

Chair of the Film Selection Committee & Committee Member

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