We are a members’ only society which celebrates cinema by screening films that are rarely seen on the main circuit, with an emphasis on world cinema. We screen over 20 films on most Tuesdays from September to May at the Borough Hall in Godalming.
Just to let you know that we take in new members right through the season - and anyone joining halfway through the season (from January onwards) can join at the reduced fee of £20.
Details can be found under How to Join on this website. However until the end of January, due to our Membership Secretary on holiday, please don't call - just email or show up at a screening with payment and we'll process your membership there and then.
Our new season started on September 11 and runs through to May 14 2019.
It's not too late to join - simply complete the Membership Form and send it to us with your payment.
A post-divorce custody drama which builds into a nerve-shredding psychological thriller. A feature d
GFS is screening its first Bergman film in the centenary year of his birth. A successful concert pia
Surburban warfare involving two families fighting over a tree between their houses. Another unusual
A girl, who thinks she is a combat cyborg, checks into a mental hospital where she encounters other
This documentary follows one of the last wooden boatbuilders in the Grenadines building his final sa
When their deeply religious mother dies, her seven children bury her in t
Coming of age story set in 1980s Italy. A romance blossoms between a 17 year-old and an older man hi
Three Palestinian women living in an apartment in Tel Aviv try to find a balance between traditional
Heartfelt story about the manager of a Japanese pancake stall who finds himself hiring an odd but sy
Dark humour pervades this story of a simple, honest man who gets promoted after reporting the find o
Comedy, romance and suspense ensue in Paris as a woman is pursued by several men who want the fortun
Entirely brought to life by over 65,000 individual oil paintings, this animated film delves into the
Based on true events, this anti-war film is set in post-World War II Denmark. Young German POWs are
The film humorously charts the first pangs of romance and the associated disappointments when a fact
A dramatisation of the life of Jacques Cousteau, the French explorer who helped raise awareness of t
Atmospheric drama about an angel (Bruno Ganz) who wanders amongst the streets of Berlin and falls in
Animation which follows a boy's search for his lost dog in futuristic Japan. Character-driven
Kristin Scott Thomas stars as a British opposition politician throwing a party for friends at her Lo
Marina, a transgender woman who moonlights as a nightclub singer, mourns the death of her older boyf
Documentary about Leon Vitali, who gave up his acting career to become Stanley Kubrick’s right
New family drama from GFS favourite Koreeda. A Japanese family of small-time crooks take in a child
Challenging and controversial social satire about a curator at a prestigious Stockholm museum who fi
French director Agnès Varda is joined by a young photographer as they journey through rural F
Light-hearted adventure about a rebellious kid and his foster uncle who go missing in the New Zealan
You can download a copy of the PDF of the Programme for this season by clicking the button below.Programme PDF