Welcome to Eumundi World Cinema - movie club? adventurous food club? social club? culture club? 

Now about to commence it's fourth year, it's still a bit hard to define.  Come along and find out for yourself the delights of fine food, fine movies and fun.

 Our mission is to inspire and engage people through the experience of international cinema, building cultural awareness and understanding through high quality, award winning international film while enjoying delicious fresh regional food, good company with people who enjoy great movies.

It's many parts include well loved or obscure classic movies and lively, quirky current movies, witty and original culinary creations, and a fun themed atmosphere.  The sum of these parts makes for a not to be missed monthly social evening that more and more people are popping into their diaries.

Not a member yet?  Join Eumundi World Cinema now for the 2017 season by completing our application form or join below on our online form.

NOVEMBER mOVIE EVENT - Living is easy with eyes closed (VIVIR ES FACIL) SPAIN 2014

Director:  David Trueba

Wednesday 16 November at 6:40pm for supper. Movie starts at 7:05pm


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It is 1966 in Albacete, an English teacher and die-hard Beatles fan Antonio (played by Javier Cámara) decides to go on a road trip to Almería in the hope of meeting John Lennon, who is shooting How I Won the War there under the direction of Richard Lester. On the way he picks up two hitch-hikers, Juanjo (Francesc Colomer) and Belén (Natalia de Molina), and the unlikely trio follow their dreams and look for their own freedom.

Living is Easy with Eyes Closed screens on Wednesday 16 November at 6:40pm for supper (movie starts at 7:05pm) at Eumundi School of Arts Hall, Cnr Memorial Drive and Pacey Street, Eumundi. 

Join us for supper, BYO drinks and a camping chair if you wish. 

Not a member?  Come along as our guest ($20 donation for meal) - just RSVP here to let us know you are coming. 


In September we came home to Australia to share the extraordinary journey of a remarkable woman as she travelled 1700km across the Western Australian deserts from Alice Springs on an adventure of discovery and freedom.

We were entertained by FlashJack - Eumundi's favourite bush band - with some fabulous ballads to set the mood for a meander through the desert.

Our Australian  menu prepared by chefs Johnjon and Mark included a Kangaroo Tail ragout with rice followed by a delicious dessert of pavlova with fresh fruit, cream and chocolate shavings.

Many thanks to our volunteers Marilyn, Lee, Stuart and Laraine for their superb food service. And to Trent, Bruce and Viv for your marvellous contributions as well.

Thanks once again to Trent and Katie Harvison of Starry Night's Outdoor Cinemas for Trent's time in helping us set up our new cinematic equipment, Lisa and Bruce Williment from Parti Events (fabulous Aussie theming.  Thank you for taking us around the world one movie at a time!

If you enjoyed our September movie event - or you didn't - please take our survey to provide us with feedback so we can continue to improve your movie experience!

If you missed the movie or would like to see other movies in the EWC movie collection, you can now access the blu-ray/dvd from Elfi at The Nest @ Eumundi.  Just drop in and show your 2016 membership badge. 

Eumundi World Cinema Equipment Purchase is Proudly Supported by the Sunshine Coast Council’s grants program

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