What is Eumundi World Cinema?
We are a community passionate about film and we want to share international award winning films with others to build cultural awareness and simply have fun.
Since 12 February 2014 Eumundi World Cinema team has been hosting a monthly feature length film and the occasional short film at the Eumundi School of Arts Hall, Memorial Drive & Pacey Street, Eumundi.
Members only, over 18 years of age, will be exposed to a fine selection of grown-up stories from around the world based on country of origin including a variety of genres - comedy, drama, thrillers, crime, horror, adventure, romance and film noir - chosen by our Movie Selection Panel of members.
In keeping with the origin of the films, the evening will feature decoration and food themed to the event. If you enjoy dressing up then get into the spirit of the night and wear an outfit.
Eumundi World Cinema will also screen two - three movie trailers at each session. As a member, you can vote for the next month's feature film to ensure a spread of genres, countries and directors to meet all tastes.
At each event you will be treated to a tasting plate and dessert created and themed to the movie by JohnJon Hutcheon and Mark. Supper is $10 for members paid at the door to cover food, tea and coffee ($20 for Guests). You can bring BYO drinks and glasses on the night.
Eumundi World Cinema Inc. is an incorporated not-for-profit association managed by a volunteer committee elected by members. Check out the Eumundi World Cinema Constitution here.
The 2016 EWC committee is:
Arnold Kopff, President
Mike Barton, Treasurer
Maree Thomson, Secretary
OUR Truly valued VOLUNTEERS
Bruce Hamilton, Paula Ford, Sharon Alexander, Viv Royle, Dave Royle, Marilyn Kopff, Lee Harrison and Stuart Harrison
Our fabulous Sponsors
If you would like to donate goods or services or volunteer for tasks at our events please contact us.
Eumundi World Cinema is affiliated with the Australian Film Societies Federation. The Australian Film Societies Federation (AFSF) is dedicated to helping any Australian start and run a film society. The Federation is currently made up of 56 members societies across Australia. The AFSF evolved out of the Federation of NSW and Associated Film Societies, an organisation which was formed to help film societies in 1947.
Eumundi World Cinema is also affiliated with the Federation of Queensland Film Societies. The society supports us to deliver quality films to members through a range of distributors and supplies other resources such as contact with other film societies throughout Queensland.