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Richmond Film Society Relocates to The Exchange

Richmond Film Society Relocates to The Exchange

Richmond Film Society’s first screening at The Exchange is ‘Paterson’, a gentle drama directed by Jim Jarmusch.

Paterson is a bus driver-cum-poet named after the New Jersey town in which he lives and works. Thinking while he drives, he writes snatches of verse on his lunch break, taking inspiration from his passengers’ conversations, before going home to his wife Laura.

The film will be introduced by Dr. Jon Hackett, Senior Lecturer in Film and Screen Media at St Mary’s University.

Half-season memberships for the remaining eight films of the season – commencing with ‘Paterson’ on 16 January – are now available for £35, i.e. for less than £4.40 per film (full-time students £20).

Non-member tickets are £6 (£4 full-time students) and they can be purchased on the night, from The Exchange’s Box Office or online via The Exchange’s website –

For further information, please email us, telephone 020 8893 3503 or visit our website at this link

All are very welcome. Please come and join us.

Richmond Film Society was formed in 1963 and has since screened over 770 films. Our objective was, and remains, to bring our community the very best in World Cinema. Our seasons run from September to April and comprise 15 films of international repute, typically drawing an aggregate audience of over 1,000 members and guests. The 2017/18 season includes films from Estonia, Greece, Romania, Iceland, Colombia, Iran and USA.

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