Annual General Meeting on March 15

2nd March, 2021

In case you didn’t know, the ANU Film Group is run by a dedicated and hard-working group of volunteers. Our Annual General Meeting (AGM) is where we report back to our members on how we did in the year just past, and what our plans are for the future.

This year's AGM will be taking place on Monday 15 March from 6 PM in the Kambri cinema, with all members invited – and encouraged – to come along. As this is an in-person event, as per ANU regulations, pre-registration is required so if you do intend on coming along, please ensure you register beforehand by CLICKING HERE

The AGM is also an opportunity for members to get in on the action by volunteering to join the Group’s committee, as we select a new administration to guide us through the next 12 months. Being on the committee allows you to be involved in everything from film selection and booking to marketing, graphic design, fundraising, event planning and much more. Running a film society takes a lot of work – but it's worth it!

If you have any questions or would like more information about the AGM or volunteering for the Group, please don’t hesitate to contact us at


It's a week of heartbreak and heart-stopping thrills at the ANU Film Group, with multi-AACTA-award-winning Aussie dramedy BABYTEETH, a thrilling new take on THE INVISIBLE MAN, video game adaptation MONSTER HUNTER and the chronicles of Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb in THE BEE GEES: HOW CAN YOU MEND A BROKEN HEART.

• WED 3 MAR @ 7:30 PM: BABYTEETH (M, 118 mins)

A terminally-ill teen upsets her wealthy parents when she falls in love with a small-time drug dealer in this acclaimed Australian coming-of-age film. Winner of nine AACTA awards in 2020, including Best Film and Best Direction.

• THU 4 MAR @ 7:30 PM: THE INVISIBLE MAN (MA, 124 mins)

After being informed that her abusive ex-boyfriend has seemingly taken his own life, a woman (Elisabeth Moss) begins to suspect that his suicide was a hoax and that he is still tormenting her – albeit in some unseen form.

• FRI 5 MAR @ 7:30 PM: MONSTER HUNTER (M, 104 mins)

A magic portal transports an elite unit of soldiers to a strange world ruled by powerful monsters with deadly ferocity, where they encounter a mysterious hunter who may be their only hope of finding a way home.


A chronicle of the triumphs and hurdles of brothers Barry, Maurice, and Robin Gibb, otherwise known as the Bee Gees, who went on to write over 1,000 songs throughout a iconic career that transcended more than five decades of changing tastes and styles.