Film Society (FilmSoc) gives students the ability to gather and socialise with other members of the course from all levels in a more structured but fun way. This allows the Film course to be a much more friendly space where people can get to know other like-minded film buffs and therefore has already created a greater sense of community within the course which we felt was missing before. Our socials, usually pub quizzes, film screenings, and social outings, allow students from both undergraduate and postgraduate levels to come together and share their collective interests amongst their peers. Film Society is a great way to meet and discuss your favourite films in a friendly and comfortable atmosphere!
Film Society is not only for film students! If you love films then join us and be a part of our brilliant community.
Our Discordis the place to be for all things FilmSoc related, this is where we will host most of our socials this academic year due to the current coronavirus climate. Make sure to join to keep up to date with all of our plans!
BECOME A MEMBER TODAY
All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Film Society this year are:
Morgan Stevens Digital Media Officer
Alexander Hardesty Events Officer
Aleisha Mainwaring President
Luca Theodorou Secretary
Lucy Batizovszky Social Officer
Tyler Whiteoak-Dooley Treasurer
Samuel Reader Vice President
Amelia Jacobs Welfare Officer
These are the current membership fees offered by Film Society, although many clubs and societies offer a free period for new members to try out their activities.
Film Society offers a free membership for the whole academic year where you will be able to make friends with people who enjoy all things film. As a member of film society you will be able to take part in our variety of socials which include frequent film screenings on campus and events in town. FilmSoc is a small community of film lovers who don't just study film and we'd love for you to be a part of it!
All SUSU clubs & societies must have a Constitution which governs how they run