A daringly anarchic satire of Britain in the 1960s set in a boarding school, Anderson’s film is powered by Malcolm McDowell’s astounding performance as a rebellious pupil. ‘A terrific film made with incredible brio
Queenstown Film Society 2014 Season
Queenstown Film Society screens every Tuesday night (except July school holidays) at 8.30 pm from 7 May to 5 November at Dorothy Browns cinema, Arrowtown. We have non-commercial screening rights for our programme, which means we're unable to sell tickets. Instead we operate on a membership basis, but it's easy to join and great value at just $120 for the entire season of 25 films - that's less than $5 per film! Membership runs for one year from the date you join, so if you sign up later in the season you won't miss out. New members can join before any screening or take advantage our three-film sampler for $30 - an ideal taster which can be upgraded to full membership or a great option for anyone visiting Queenstown.
This year's schedule includes black-and-white classics, must-see films for the cinephile, recent world cinema, and the best of New Zealand film. Among them are documentaries, dramas, comedies and a pretty out-there musical.
Each screening is preceded by a short talk about that night's presentation. There are no bookings, so get there early to be sure of a seat.
The programme is subject to change without notice.
Event Date: Tuesday 22 July 2014
From: 8:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Venue: Dorothy Brown Cinemas
Address: Buckingham Street, Arrowtown
Cost: Join Queenstown Film Society and you can enjoy 25 nights of film entertainment for just $120. Membership runs for 12 months from the date you sign up, so if you join part way through the season you won't miss out - you'll get to see the early films in the 2014 season too. Alternatively you can go for a half season at $70, or try out our three-film sampler for $35, both of which are upgradeable to full membership.
Ticket Provider: Queenstown Film Society
Tickets Link: http://www.queenstownfilmsociety.co.nz