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ur 2018 program is in FULL DETAIL on the "OUR PROGRAM" tab, and is also available for download as a PDF. 

Whitehorse Film Society's first screening was in 1958!

So 2018 is our BIG 60th year, and we will be celebrating!

A 60-year history booklet (100 pages) is in preparation.

The Whitehorse Film Society (WHFS) is your local film society and aims to encourage an interest in films as an entertainment, educational and information medium. We screen a wide variety of quality films. These features include primarily recent commercial releases, "art house", foreign films and other good quality films from all around the world.

We include 

- Films with "heart" or which raise social issues

- Films that throw a light on issues in other countries

- Films which entertain


Nunawading Civic Centre

 The Willis Room Supper

Ian Davidson (supported by members of the committee) holds his 2017 Australia Day Civic Award from The City of Whitehorse - awarded for his tireless work in the service of film societies. 

And a good film

Unless notified in the newsletter, all screenings will be held at the Willis Room, Whitehorse Civic Centre, 379 Whitehorse Road, Nunawading (opposite Harvey Norman) and will begin at 7.45 p.m on the first and third Saturday of the month (February - November).

After the movie screening there is an opportunity to discuss the films with others and to express your thoughts and comments. Membership of the Whitehorse Film Society also gives you the opportunity to borrow the DVDs screened at no extra cost. Members also have a say in which movies they wish to watch the following year.

All this is available with a yearly fee of $55 ($50 concession). 

See the application form or contact us for details.

Please click Join us , ring or email for details. 


Membership of the Whitehorse Film Society will provide the following benefits:
- Quality films at an affordable price

- A monthly newsletter which includes reviews of forthcoming films and Society news
- A relaxed and friendly atmosphere
- A good quality presentation, with full surround sound
- An opportunity to discuss the film
formally or informally
- Supper after the film screening

- Be part of a modern film society
- If you miss a screening, borrow the DVD for free
. Click here for a pdf list of all DVDs available for members to borrow. 

  Click here to HELP US FIND OUR FILM ...

Did August Schwerkolt dig Blackburn Lake one Sunday Morning?  

TIMOTHY'S BOTTLE and THE LIBRARY are two other missing films.  



Link to Arts Nunawading     
The Whitehorse Film Society is a member of the Federation of Victorian Film Societies and of Arts Nunawading.



Last Updated (By Ian Davidson): 
20 November 2017