April 30, 2012
Hello, like others here I believe that films can do good and I believe there will always be a place for cinemas because depsite one view that we humans have become anti social, we still love going to the movies with others.
Anything with Cary Grant in it and documentaries about social issues.
This was my first meet-up and the people I met were extremely nice and I got to have a chat with Marcus about the film afterwards that was cool. Meet-up was the first meet-up group I joined because I strongly believe that films can be a powerful force for change. So, it is a perfect fit for me, great group of people.
Hey David Thanks for the Welcome message, Am looking forward to attending some of the screening, Thanks Paul
Thanks for the welcome. Just a question: are all of these films going to be at Tribal? It's a pain, because Tribal does have a great schedule of older and more obscure movies and docos, but unfortunately it isn't wheelchair accessible. Is it possible to keep any eye out for other, accessible venues, where the types of movies and docos this group would see are screened?
PS I have a trully amazing lp collection - I've even got "The Shadow knows!!!!"
Thanks for the welcome David, looking forward to the stuff. I don't know about the comedy stuff at present. Would love to see, Flesh Gordon, Blackula Maybe Aussie B grades like Razor Back, Marsupials trilogy. Any Aussie B grades - Yankie drive-in fodder at the time. cheers, Linda O
Thank you for the welcome, David! Apologies for my slow response - I haven't been checking my email. I look forward to meeting you and the other folk at the next screening :) Cheers --Chrissie
thanks for the update on the short films.
thanks for the message,
If there was a short film group I'd join it! Looking forward to it.
I cringe to even write the name of it, David, haha...more often than not, I get in a lift and it shouts out at me a line......"Let's go for a drive, Otis....." It may actually be ride, not drive - which makes it kinda more disturbing??!!? Being 'Movies for Good', I'd literally perhaps die of shock if you every played "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer".... :-(