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Welcome to Selkirk Film Club
Who we are:
Founded in 2001 we are a local group of film lovers who get together, about once a month in the long cold nights of winter, to sit in a darkened room and watch really interesting films in the company of like-minded people.
What we do:
Club members can vote on a list of suggested films, which will form the basis for the upcoming season. From these votes a programme is arranged.
Why we do it:
The films we select are generally foreign or non-mainstream American or British films that we would otherwise not get the chance to see. Living in the Scottish Borders means it’s sometimes difficult to catch the more obscure releases and often involves long journeys; by bringing cinema into the local community we hope to be able to satisfy that need.
Where we do it:
The County Hotel has hosted Selkirk Film Club since 2002. It’s the perfect place for a pre-film meal or a post-film drink and a blether about what we’ve just watched. The County is located in Selkirk High Street.
Who comes to the Film Club:
Membership is open to all, fees are decided annually and Day Membership is available to visitors. Usual age restrictions apply in accordance with film certification.
Contacting Selkirk Film Club:
By phone: 01750 21697
By using the feedback page on this site
By post: 12 Victoria Crescent, Selkirk TD7 5DE
(Website header is the work of the very talented
Chris Riddell, thanks Chris!)