About Film Club

The UW Film Club is the foremost organization for exploring film culture at the University of Washington. Each week we get together, watch a film, and discuss it and everything else going on in the entertainment world. Additionally, we program quarterly filmmaking competitions, have access to prescreenings for many of the biggest releases of the year, and provide an outlet for our UW film community. For the Winter 2020 Quarter, we meet at 7:30 PM Thursday nights in Physics-Astronomy Auditorium A114.

Latest News and Reviews

Review: Don’t Believe the Critics, ‘Dolittle’ is… Pretty Decent

Classic novels have a reputation for constant adaptations. The Voyages of Dr. Dolittle, written by Hugh Lofting in 1923, is one of the ones with some of the most iconic adaptations – both the 1967 film starring Rex Harrison and the 1998 ironic masterpiece starring Eddie Murphy are both great for two very different reasons. …

Review: ‘Varda by Agnès’ is a Spontaneous, Joyful Goodbye

Per Agnès Varda, there are three stages to making a film. First, inspiration, because the idea must come from somewhere. Then, creation, because the idea must be brought to life. Finally, sharing, because you do not make movies to keep them to yourself. With these three tenets in mind, filmmaking is no longer a grand, …


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