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ORANGE FILM SOCIETY

ORANGE FILM SOCIETY

The Orange Film Society Inc. is a self-supporting and non-profit organisation dedicated to the appreciation of film culture.

The Film Society's aim is to encourage interest in film as an art and as a medium of entertainment, information and education. A film is shown every month, except December, on Sundays and Wednesdays. They select cultural films for their program (eg. arthouse, foreign language), and try to bring films that people would not get the chance see living outside the capital cities. 

Everyone is most welcome to attend.

 

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ORANGE FILM SOCIETY
  • Nine Days
    Runtime: 139 Minutes
    Starring: Winston Duke, Zazie Beetz, Benedict Wong with Tony Hale and Bill Skarsgård. Written and directed by: Edson Oda
    Language: English
    Will (Winston Duke) spends his days in a remote outpost watching the live Point of View on TVs of people going about their lives, until one subject perishes, leaving a vacancy for a new life on earth. Soon, several candidates — unborn souls — arrive at Will's to undergo tests determining their fitness, facing oblivion when they are deemed unsuitable. But Will soon faces his own existential challenge in the form of free-spirited Emma (Zazie Beetz), a candidate who is not like the others, forcing him to turn within and reckon with his own tumultuous past. Fueled by unexpected power, he discovers a bold new path forward in his own life. Making his feature-film debut after a series of highly acclaimed and award-winning short films and music videos, Japanese Brazilian director Edson Oda delivers a heartfelt and meditative vision of human souls in limbo, aching to be born against unimaginable odds, yet hindered by forces beyond their will...
  • Eiffel
    Runtime: 122 Minutes
    Starring: Emma Mackey, Romain Duris, Pierre Deladonchamps, Andranic Manet, Armande Boulanger
    Language: In French with English subtitles
    The iconic Eiffel Tower proudly stands on the Champ de Mars in the heart of Paris as a beacon of French artistry and ingenuity. But what do we know of Gustave Eiffel, the engineering genius to whom the wrought-iron lattice tower is named after? This lovingly detailed biopic recreates Paris in the late 19th century to tell his story. Having already achieved international recognition for his work – which included the framework for the Statue of Liberty – Eiffel was in high demand. He wanted to design the Paris Subway, but the French government had other ideas: they wanted something special for the 1889 World’s Fair. Initially struggling for inspiration, everything changes when Eiffel encounters a mysterious woman that he once knew many years ago.