Torbay Film Club is a not-for-profit group run by volunteers who are passionate about film and want to see the finest independent and world cinema in Torbay.
Films are shown on a monthly basis and are open to members and non-members. We’re keen to make the screenings as sociable as possible, so before and after the film is shown there is an opportunity to have a drink, pre-booked meal and a chat about the film, whether you come on your own or with friends.
The films we screen are voted for democratically by our members and we’ve made sure the season has a mixture of English language and subtitled films, with at least one ‘classic’ (pre- 1985) film and an intriguing documentary such as, 'Man on Wire'. We also usually include an evening of short films from South-West film makers and organise bespoke events, collaborating with local organisations such as the Princess Theatre, The Apollo Cinema, The Palace Theatre and Torre Abbey.
We give up our freetime to run the club and the support of our members ensures we can continue offering our amazing programme of international films.
View my website http://www.torbayfilmclub.co.uk/
St Mathias Hall
Come along to our new venue on Thursday 4th September 2014 at 7.30 at St Mathias Hall, Babbacombe Road, Torquay to be part of the new film club season. We launch the new season by showing 'Gloria'. This is a Chilean ...
Do You Shop At Waitrose? Throughout October you will have the chance to support the Torbay FIlm Club when you shop in Waitrose. At the checkout you will be given a token to place in one of three boxes - each box suppo...
Kevin, Angela and Terry – the new Committee - welcome you all to the start of the exciting 2016/2017 season commencing Thursday 1st September 2016. at our usual venue – St.Matthias Church Hall. The selected films repre...
Hiroshima Mon Amour is a simple tale of a French woman and a Japanese man who are wrapping up an adulterous affair they conducted while she was in Japan acting in an antiwar film. As they discuss their impending separati...
Come along on 7th January for Grave of the Fireflies - this years animation. Please don't prejudge and think that animation isn't your 'thing' as this film really should be seen by everyone with the message it gives. ...