UCLU

UCLU

University College London Union

Film Society

The UCLU Film Society dates back 65 years, making it not only one of UCLU's longest running societies but also one of the oldest film societies in the country. Past alumni of the society include Christopher Nolan (President 1992-94), director of films such as ‘Memento’ (2000), ‘The Dark Knight’ (2008) and ‘Inception’ (2010) who made his first film at the society Following (1998), and producer Emma Thomas. The society runs regular workshops, weekly film screenings, talks from industry professionals, various competitions for its members, and this year the bidding process to get your film idea made by the society. Members also gain free access to film equipment including HD cameras, the use of the professional editing suites as well as possible funding for filmmaking projects. The society offers great opportunities to get involved in filmmaking and meet others who share a passion for watching films. It’'s a great platform for the novices and experienced alike. Whatever aspect of film you’re interested in,– whether it’'s watching, discussing or making films, you’'ll find something you enjoy!

£8.00
Date established: 
September 1948
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