The Eaglehawk Neck Hall Film Society

The Film Society screens a mix of classical and modern films designed to please most people. ‘Oklahoma’, ‘Red Dog’ and ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ are typical films.

The Eaglehawk Neck Film Society is a sub committee of the Eaglehawk Neck Community and Hall Association Inc.

The EHN Film Society is holding the screenings, and films are open to members ONLY.

Membership is $30 for an annual subscription, $10 for a four month subscription and can be paid for on the night.

Screenings are usually held on the fourth Saturday of the month at Eaglehawk Neck Community Hall starting at 7pm. Dinner is normally offered at 6pm. 

 Please email if you want to be added to the emailing list for our regular newsletters and calendars. The screenings will be advertised via emails to members.  All profits go to the EHN Community and Hall Association Inc.

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For more information, please call Ted on 0428 537 062.

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