Beer Film Society was founded in September 2006. With a great deal of help from BFFS, and donations from Beer Parish Council, Devon County Council, Mike Green and several others, the Society was able to obtain basic equipment. The aim then, as now, was to bring a combination of popular and less-mainstream films to the village. Over the years, the society has used any surplus funds from the showing of films to improve the quality of the film equipment.

Our regular films are usually shown on Monday nights at 7.30pm at Steamers Restaurant, which provides a licensed bar and other refreshments. The doors open at 7pm.

Film Strip

The next film in our 2017-2018 season will be Interlude in Prague (15) on Monday 4th December.

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Film Strip

Membership of Beer Film Society costs 7.50 per annum, and then members pay 4 entrance at each regular film they attend. Non-members may also buy tickets on the evening for 5.

For further information, please contact BeerFilmSociety@gmail.com.

Beer Arts Groups
Estd. in 2006 to support enjoyment of the Arts

Beer Film Society is part of BAGs (BeerArtsGroup@gmail.com). The next BAGs events are:

  • On Tuesday 19th December, BAGS and BFS will be holding their joint Xmas party at Steamers. The guest-list is now full, but if you wish to be placed on a reserve list in case we have cancellations, please email your name and a current phone no. to BeerArtsGroup@gmail.com.
  • The bookclub will be meeting again on an, as yet undecided, date in January 2018. They may discuss:
    • "First Person" or "The Narrow Road to the Deep North" by Richard Flanagan,
    • "The Saffron Trail" by Rosanna Ley,
    • "Daughters of Castle Deverill" by Santa Montefiore,
    • "The Mezzanine" by Nicholson Baker,
    • "Murder on the Oxford Canal" by Faith Martin, or
    • "The Man of Legends" by Kenneth Johnson.
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Last edited: Wednesday 29th November 2017