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: ‘Palm Springs’ Is Both the Escape and Introspection We Need During Quarantine

Groundhog Day walked so Palm Springs could run. That saying is, at the very least, plastered to the comment section strung along with the latter’s social media posts and YouTube presence. Indeed, it is hard to watch Palm Springs without making a connection between the two films. In 1993, Groundhog Day popularized the ‘single-day repeating’ …

Review: ‘The Old Guard’ is a Decent Adaptation with Some Great Representation

As a queer person, I love it when we are given visibility in narratives, and love it even more when our queerness isn’t just the only characteristic we have. The Old Guard, Netflix’s new film based on Greg Rucka’s fantastic graphic novels, is very satisfying in that regard, especially because queer visibility is important in …


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