Davidson Film Club Members and Friends,
In the light of the on-going coronavirus pandemic, the DFC is pleased to announce the continuation of our Virtual Cinema Program, which offers independent viewing of films in your home followed by a Saturday evening discussion on Zoom at 7:00 p.m.
There is no membership fee for this program, only the modest cost of the on-line film rental (usually $2.99 or $3.99). We plan to continue this virtual approach to screening and discussing fine international films until such a time as we can all safely meet in the Armour Street Theatre once again.
The second series in our virtual program (Jan.-June 2021) will include the following six remarkable critically acclaimed films:
The Hate U Give (US)
Force majeure (Sweden)
Song Without a Name (Peru)
Click on “Film Descriptions” above for short synopses of each film.
A link to a webpage where a film can be rented will be provided in our usual monthly announcement of the up-coming film in the series. Please click on “Join Our Email List” above if you wish to receive these announcements.
The DFC is a non-profit tax-exempt organization run by an all-volunteer Board of Directors. Founded in January 2013 (see link to the previous series below), it normally screens one film a month at the comfortable, tiered-seating Armour Street Theatre in Davidson, home of the Davidson Community Players. All screenings take place on Saturday nights at 7:00 p.m.
Please ignore the PayPal buttons below while the Virtual Cinema Program is in effect.
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com. The Film Club will get back to you quickly.
To see a list of all films the Davidson Film Club has screened in previous series, click here.