Gundaroo Film Society

Important Notice

Update 28 Feb 2022:

GFS is Flickering Back On!  

Due to COVID-19 restrictions the Gundaroo Film Society had very few screenings last year. So with much optimism, the GFS is launching the 2022 season on 26th March with two films: ‘Minari’ and ‘Kajillionaire’.

While yearly membership is $50, the cost for returning 2021 members in 2022 will be just $25.

 Find out more by clicking here as GFS are Community Group of the Month of March!

Community Group Description

Welcome to the Gundaroo Film Society—one of Australia’s oldest film societies, still running in the same venue since 1905.

All films are screened at the Gundaroo Soldier’s Memorial Hall, a historic public hall built as the Elite Skating rink in 1890.

The GFS is a non-profit organisation run by volunteers. From rudimentary beginnings projecting from the back of trucks into the hall, through to reel-to-reel projectors in a fireproof projection room, the society now boasts a high-definition digital cinema projector, a drop-down screen and surround sound.

Each year, the society plans a program of films with screenings, usually two films, once a month on a Saturday night. Members are invited to bring food and drinks and tables are set up as part of the theatre. This year there will be three optional fund-raising meals served before the films. There will be three movie nights (April, July and November) where optional fund-raising meals will be served before the films.

Key Contact

Wayne Kotzur

Other Contact Info

02 6236 8203