The Portsmouth Film Society screens films both old and new around various venues in Portsmouth, from Southsea Castle to the Omega Centre. Supported by film institutions and charities such as the BFI, Portsmouth Festivities and Creative England amongst others, they screen a diverse range of films from world cinema, silent, mainstream and short films in order to encourage a richer understand of film into British culture.
The tickets are very cheap, particularly for older films, and even more so generally for films targeted primarily at children. There are also memberships available, allowing customers to save even more money.
This is a great opportunity for me to gain experience in a form of cinema environment, along with my voluntary work at the No. 6 Cinema (read my write up on that here), and I am excited about helping out such a fantastic group. If you are in or around Portsmouth, be sure to come see a film screened by the Portsmouth Film Society. With bargain ticket prices, and such a diverse range of films available to see, you are guaranteed to enjoy yourself.