The first week of our new season is in full swing, with Guy Ritchie’s latest star-studded crime caper, a highly acclaimed French romance, a 1993 comedy classic, and the newly crowned highest-grossing animated film of all time.
And it gets even bigger next week with highly anticipated hits including 1917, LITTLE WOMEN and JUMANJI: THE NEXT LEVEL. Not yet a member? Now is definitely not the time to be missing out – join up (or renew) prior to any screening or online at www.anufg.org.au/join
• THU 20 FEB @ 7:30 PM: PORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE (M, 121 mins)
In 18th century France, a young aristocrat who is about to be wed enters into a forbidden love affair with the female artist who has been secretly commissioned to paint her portrait.
• FRI 21 FEB @ 7:30 PM: THE GENTLEMEN (MA, 113 mins)
When a London-based American drug lord (Matthew McConaughey) decides to quit the business, an assortment of low-lifes rise up to take over his empire in director Guy Ritchie's latest.
• SAT 22 FEB @ **5 PM**: FROZEN II (PG, 103 mins)
After a mysterious voice calls out to her, Elsa – accompanied by Anna, Olaf and Sven – embarks on a journey to discover the origin of her magical powers and save their kingdom.
• SAT 22 FEB @ 7:30 PM: COOL RUNNINGS (G, 98 mins)
Four Jamaicans form their country's first-ever bobsled team and set out to compete in the 1988 Winter Olympics with the aid of a disgraced coach (John Candy) in this 1993 comedy classic.
** NO GUESTS SCREENINGS THIS WEEK: FROZEN II **
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING ON MONDAY 2 MARCH + NEW DOORPERSON NEEDED
Want to make a difference in the world, save lives or raise heaps of money for charity? If so, you’re probably better off volunteering your time elsewhere. But if you’re interested in helping out with the running of a cinema and Australia’s largest film society, this message is for you!
In case you didn’t know, the ANU Film Group is run by a dedicated and hard-working group of volunteers. Our Annual General Meeting (AGM) on MONDAY 2 MARCH at 6 PM is where we report back to our members on how we did in the year just past, and what our plans are for the future. All members are welcome to come along and find out about the inner workings of the ANUFG or ask us any questions you might have.
The AGM is also an opportunity for members to get in on the action themselves by volunteering to join the ANUFG’s committee, as we select a new administration to guide us through the next 12 months. Being on the committee allows you to be involved in everything from film selection and booking to marketing, graphic design, communications, social media, fundraising, event planning and much more. It’s hard but rewarding work – and somebody’s gotta do it!
We are also on the lookout for a new doorperson to assist us at screenings. Doorpeople are the friendly faces of the Group who greet you as you enter, and scan your membership card. If you are a current member, punctual, have a cheerful disposition and are skilled in the fine art of card scanning, this may be for you!
As with committee positions, this is a volunteer position but doorpeople receive a free membership for the following season as a token of our thanks after satisfactorily completing a required number of sessions.
If you are keen to volunteer, have any questions or would simply like more information about the AGM or volunteering opportunities within the ANUFG, please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com