President: Charlotte Little
Welcome to RGU:Film. We are going into our SIXTH year of running. Love film? Then we would like to hear from you, please give us a like! We have weekly visits to the cinema and hold film discussions.
RGU:Film take trips to film festivals, write film reviews and we are beginning to produce short films.
Every year we run RGU Film Festival in partnership with Belmont Filmhouse. This is an international short film festival showcasing the work of talented filmmakers from around the world.
Members have an opportunity to be judges in the selection process for the film festival.
On top of that we plan to work with other societies this year, giving you quizzes, cinema trips, special screenings and socials!
We have a Facebook group for members, feel free to join it and follow this page to find out our next film event and meet us there!!!
Please get in touch by sending us en emal: email@example.com
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