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).
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film program

A Selection of Films

Presented by Paul Bywater from the Hobart Film Society

 

Paul Bywater from the Hobart Film Society will be bringing along two 16mm film projectors to show us a selection of films from his extensive collection. We have selected the program as listed below. It is very good of Paul to come to Longford and everyone is encouraged to attend and support this event.

 

First Session - approximately 55 minutes

 

Homesteader - Tex Avery Cartoon

Zoom and Board - Roadrunner Cartoon

Gateway to Charm - Travelogue focussing on Tasmania's NW Coast

Australian TT Meeting at Longford - 1959

The Splendours and the Peaks - Freycinet and Mt Field National Parks

 

SUPPER BREAK

 

Second Session - approximately 70 minutes

 

A World is Born - Sequence From Fantasia

The Industrial Revolution - a Colonial's response - 19th Century Launceston and Carrick Flour Mill

The Railrodder - Buster Keaton

Teddy Bears at Play - Koalas

 

 

 

Follow the links below to view movie trailers and read reviews:

 

Roadshow Entertainment

At the Movies

National Film and Sound Archive, Australia

Rotten Tomatoes

IMDb

 

 

 

 

Film archive
Committee Members

Dick Adams - President

Cathie Green

Tony Cullimore

Sue Cullimore

Richard Duncan

Joanna Duncan

Maree Bricknell

THIS MONTH'S FEATURE FILM - 13 May 2016