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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 17, No. 7. April 29, 1953

Wellington Film Society

Wellington Film Society

Last Sunday amongst berets, long hair, bow ties, corduroy trousers, phoney Oxford accents and quite normal people I saw two films—The Miracle" (excellent) and "Le Cor-bcau" (disappointing). On Thursdav night—Flaherty's elegic "Louisiana Story" and Renoir's "The River." On Tuesday night "Chaplin's Early Films" and "Jour de Fete." On the whole an excellent filmgolng week.

And to whom do I give all the credit for this programme? The Wellington Film Society, which is donlg valuable work. I suggest that anyone who is interested in films (you can have long hair if you like, "but cut it off before I sec you) should join. Apart from providing a film evening once a month, the society sends out a monthly film bulletin which contains interesting film news, and a guide to Current pictures showing in Wellington. There are also request nights at the Tivoli Theatre: an excellent opportunity to see films that you have either missed or want to see again.

The address for a £1 subscription is P.O. Box 15S4. Wellington.

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