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 a member to watch the films.


You can buy tickets for events here:
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Please complete our survey and win one passcard (3 film screenings) here:  PFS DEVELOPMENT SURVEY


Shorts Cut ’17 is open for Submissions

Short Cuts is a showcase for the best in local short films by all kinds of filmmakers, from keen enthusiasts to professionals. This year’s Shorts Cut is looking for entertaining, engaging and thought-provoking films in a range of genre, from animation to documentary, comedy to drama, up to a maximum length of 15 minutes. Deadline is 20 November, and the screening is 28 November. We will also announce 2016’s Best Local Short Film award in this screening. More For information click here.


Our Next film screening:
THE HANDMAIDEN (DIRECTOR’S CUT)

Wednesday 22 November, 6 pm   168min | 18 | Korea | 2016 ( with intermission)

 A gripping and sensual tale of a young Japanese Lady living on a secluded estate, and a Korean woman who is hired to serve as her new handmaiden, but who is secretly involved in a conman’s plot to defraud her of her large inheritance. The new film from director Park Chan-wook, the Korean genius behind the classic revenge thriller Old Boy.

 

SHORTS CUT ’17

Tuesday 28 November | Running time TBC
Cert N/A but some films may contain language and content unsuitable for children.

Short Cuts is a showcase for the best in local short films by all kinds of filmmakers, from keen enthusiasts to professionals. This year’s Shorts Cut is looking for entertaining, engaging and thought-provoking films in a range of genre, from animation to documentary, comedy to drama, up to a maximum length of 15 minutes. Deadline is 20 November, and the screening is 28 November More. For information click here.