2 years ago

When:
10 August, 2016

Location:
20 Chancellors Walk, Lecture Theatre H3

Organised by:
Film Society


*"When 16 year-old Jamie is introduced to a charismatic man, a friendship begins. As the relationship grows so does Jamie's suspicions, until he finds his world threatened by both his loyalty for, and fear of his newfound father figure, John Bunting: Australia's most notorious serial killer."

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After asking all new members their favourite genre, we had the overwhelming response of thriller/horror! Following our intention to show indie and Australian films, we've decided to show the chilling film Snowtown. Directed by the incredibly cinematic director Justin Kurzel (whose recent interpretation of Macbeth was otherworldly and a must see!), the film is a disturbing addition to the Australian crime genre. Which means we have to warn that it has some intense and very graphic scenes which of course you can leave for if you want!

Come at 5:30 to hang out with us and grab some FREE pizza, and feel free to stay after the film to keep chatting!

Date: 10th August, Wednesday Week 3
Time: 5:30 (the film will start at 6 but feel free to come early and stay late to chat about it and meet other people!)
*Food: FREE pizza, popcorn and soft drinks!*

Hope to see you all there, it's going to be a good one!