We LOVE film!
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.
We are happy to announce the start of our 15th season and we will return to the Borough Hall to screen films in-venue from Tuesday 7 September!
We have a new line up of 18 films this season - all on Tuesdays at the usual time of 7:45 pm.
Membership will remain at £35 for the year and gives you entry to all screenings (or streaming) of our films. Please visit our Membership and Tickets page for more information and to download the membership form.
As we return to the Borough Hall we will be following Public Health England guidelines (social distancing, face coverings, one-way systems and other safeguarding measures) and working with Waverley Borough Council to look after you, our volunteers, and everyone in the Borough Hall.
The ongoing COVID-19 situation may mean that changes and/or cancellations will need to be made at short notice if we cannot continue to screen films at the Borough Hall. If so, we plan to revert to streaming films (as we did last season).
There are a number of questions and answers on this page which should help give you lots of information about the upcoming season - also what to expect when you attend our screenings. If you have any further questions please contact us using the email addresses at the bottom of this page, or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finally, please share this message with anyone who may be interested in joining (or re-joining) Godalming Film Society now that we are back in the Borough Hall. Word of mouth is the main way that people find out about us, and sharing your excitement and positivity about our society is incredibly important to us.
We look forward to seeing you again at the Borough Hall!
The GFS Committee
Jacques Demy elevates the basic drama of everyday life into a soaring opera full of bittersweet pass
From director of “Of Horses and Men" this charts a woman's lone eco-warrior battle agains
In this engaging black comedy, a series of mysterious events change the life of a pianist who unwitt
Fern loses her job, packs a van and embarks on a journey through the vast landscape of the American
This inventive movie-within-a-movie follows a hack director and film crew shooting a low-budget zomb
Humphrey Bogart plays an angry alcoholic screenwriter who is the prime suspect in a brutal murder. G
In a remote Icelandic farming valley, feuding brothers who haven't spoken in 40 years have to cooper
The highest grossing Swedish film of all time, this black comedy follows the anti-hero centenarian (
A young Chinese-American woman joins her extended family in China for a “wedding” in ord
Czech painter Barbora, living in Oslo, invites the Norwegian thief who stole her paintings to sit fo
A comedy of manners based on a novel by Stephen Fry. It centres on failed theatre critic Ted (a tour
Directed by John Huston from a script by Arthur Miller, a down-on-her-luck divorcée (Marilyn
A Korean-American family relocate from California to rural Arkansas in the 1980s. This quiet family
A British WWII aviator who cheats death must argue for his life before a celestial court. This visua
9-year-old Nemo is faced with an impossible choice: to stay in England with his father or join his m
Victor, a disillusioned sexagenarian, is offered a chance to travel back in time to relive the most
Gritty ‘70’s heist caper. Walter Matthau plays a small-time bank robber whose latest tak
Five high school students (a nerd, jock, prom queen, delinquent, and loner) are thrown together for
You can download a copy of the PDF of the Programme for this season by clicking the button below.Programme PDF