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 Fall 2019 Quarter, we meet at 7:30 PM Thursday nights in Paccar 391.

Latest News and Reviews

Review: ‘The Aeronauts’ is a Fun Adventure, But its Head’s in the Clouds

It’s one thing to have a bad biopic, but it’s a completely different thing to have a fake biopic. The Aeronauts, directed by Tom Harper of Peaky Blinders fame, is the latter, even if it’s a good film. The Aeronauts, advertised as a biopic, is based on the record-breaking flight of British climate scientist James …

Review: ‘Atlantics’ is an Otherworldly Love Story for the Present Moment

Atlantics made history as the first film directed by a black woman, French actress/director Mati Diop, to compete for the Palme d’Or at Cannes Film Festival. It went on to win the Grand Prix, the second-most prestigious prize at Cannes. Diop’s debut film is a story told by an artist with a clear vision. With …

Review: ‘I Lost My Body’ Disorients at Times, but Shines as an Original and Mesmerizing Experience

I Lost My Body is a French animated film directed by Jérémy Clapin that glides through the love, loss, and self-discovery of a young man named Noufelle. The story is a gritty, beautiful, and while the original plot confuses and distances moviegoers at times, it becomes worthwhile by its conclusion. To the audience, one of …


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