2015 Summer Season starts 17th January

Summer in the Barossa is a time for lovely mild evenings and Barossa Film Club members are invited to join us in a special summer season of three entertaining films to be shown in at smallfry Wines 13 Murray St Angaston. Films include “Little Miss Sunshine” (17th January), “Grand Budapest Hotel” (31st January) and “My Life as a Dog” (14th February). Attendance at these 3 films is included in the membership fee of $35 per annum per person, along with the 10 films of the scheduled 2015 season, or you may prefer just to attend the summer season of 3 films for a membership fee of just $12.
The gates at smallfry Wines will open at 6 pm and screening will commence at about 8 pm. Food and drink will be available for purchase. Space is limited, so BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL on 0413011697. For the first screening on 17th January, entry cost will be $32, which includes $12 for membership and $20 for paella – an absolute bargain.
Under Film Society rules, Members Only may attend screenings, otherwise we will have to pay the film distributors a far higher film hire rate for public screenings. However, I am sure you will agree that $12 for 3 films or $35 for for 13 films is a very reasonable cost. If you would like to inquire further about membership give President Imelda Carson a call on 8564 8225.
Trailers and a brief description of the 3 films are on our 2015 Summer Season page on this website.