Cheltenham Film Society

Cheltenham Film Society was founded in 1945 and has met at various premises around Cheltenham before arriving at its current location, the Bacon Theatre at Dean Close School. Cheltenham Film Society currently has 550 members and show 18 films a year. The Society’s object is to “advance the education of the public in the knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the arts, particularly in the art of film and allied visual techniques”. 

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