Welcome to Portsmouth Film Society

Welcome to The Portsmouth Film Society’s website. The society shows the best in world cinema, documentary, independent film, animation and classic movies. Members and public see great films in a social environment, and meet and chat about movies with other film fans. PFS gives you the chance to watch great films that you might not otherwise get a chance to see. You do not have to be member to watch the films.

 Portsmouth Film Society CIC ( Community Interest Company)

Company Number: 10229238 (13th June 2016)

Click here to read about our season of Open Air Sunset Screenings this summer.

PLEASE NOTE – If screenings cannot take place due to adverse weather, an alternative date will be announced on the website prior to the rescheduled event. All pre-ordered tickets purchased through the Portsmouth Film Society website are transferable to Sunset screenings. Unless sold-out, tickets can also be purchased on the gate at all screenings. 

The next Sun Set Open air screening:

from-duskFROM DUSK TILL DAWN (UK, 1996)
Victoria Park
9.10pm.| Friday 22 July
Cert 18   | 107  min
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After a string of robberies that left a river of blood in their  wake, the sadistic Gecko brothers head to Mexico to live the good life. To get over the border, they kidnap  widowed preacher and his two children, Kate) and Scott (Ernest Liu). The quintet park their RV at a rough-and-tumble truck stop but they realise that they’re not in a typical bar.                                                                                                   (Entry : The Gate Keepers Lodge, Victoria Park, Angelsea Road, Portsmouth PO1 3HJ)

kung-fu-hustleKUNG FU HUSTLE (China, 2005)
Southsea Castle
21.15pm.| Wednesday 27 July
Cert 15 | 95 min
(English subtitled)
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International  superstar Stephen Chow’s humorous, special-effects-filled, action-packed martial arts epic set in early ’40s China. A bumbling thief named Sing desires to be the toughest member of the dreaded gangster hit squad known as The Axe Gang. Packed with elaborate stunts and visual gags, also Starring Yuen Wah and Xing Yu, and with fight choreography by legendary masters  Yuen Woo Ping and Sammo Hung.

Note:Under an agreement with the Castle drink can’t be brought in, you can bring food.

Parking is available at the Pyramids and D Day museum car park, and parking is free after 10pm. Toilets are available on site.