The longest running film society in Wales, Abergavenny Film Society are dedicated to showcasing the best in world and independent cinema.
Abergavenny Film Society present Bangla Surf Girls, a film showing the struggle of being pressured into conforming to tradition despite your aspirations and the resilience in young women to push against the social tide.
Exhibition for 'The Future Is Us Project', a project to empower and listen to young people between the ages of 10 and 25 culminating in performances, a film and exhibition. Open for viewing every Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, 1 - 4pm until 15th December.
Join us for our fortnightly screening, where we showcase the best of World and UK Independent Cinema titles. Both diverse and inclusive, we always encourage lively discussion of films and invite audience members to rate the films. Click for upcoming screening
We are thrilled that Kirstie MacLeod has accepted Emma Bevan's invitation to bring her amazing Project to the Melville Centre for the weekend of 8th and 9th, October 2022! You will have the opportunity to watch the film and listen to Kirstie's story, and ask questions - the film and talk will take place at 10:30am, and then at 1:00pm (please arrive 10 minutes before it begins). You will also have the opportunity to buy a copy of the crowd-funded Red Dress catalogue, or one of the postcards. * NB: Please pre-register for a seat as we have a limited number [...]