About Lewes Film Club

Lewes Film Club is run by volunteer film enthusiasts and is a non-profit making venture. Our aim is to bring an interesting and varied range of arthouse, classic and foreign films not normally shown at commercial cinemas to the residents of Lewes and the surrounding area at very low prices!

The club was formed back in 1986 by a group of volunteers who wanted to show some films in the All Saints Centre Arts Centre in Lewes where there is no cinema. We began by showing films in 16mm and the club converted to 35mm in 1992. In 2007 with the help of a lottery grant from Awards for All we purchased a DVD projector which extends the scope of our programme.

The 2016/17 season of 30 films runs from September to May showing on Friday and Tuesday nights at 8pm. We have special weekends when films are also shown on Sunday afternoon. The venue is the All Saints Centre, Friars Walk.
Guest speakers are always welcome.

Benefits Of Membership


'This season 2016-2017 is the 30th anniversary of the Lewes Film Club at All Saints and we have a bargain membership of 30 Films for 30 to celebrate this fact.' We are also open to the public 5 on the door
Advanced tickets www.wegottickets.com
Programmes are available from the foyer of the All Saints Centre. Membership entitles you to a seat on the balcony, subject to availability, as well as updates and reminders about special events.

Membership and Contact Information

The Committee
Chair: Mary Burke
Treasurer: Jeremy Yeats-Edwards
Richard Wilkes
Oliver Griffiths