TIMES AND VENUES
Gibsons Heritage Playhouse, MONDAYS at 7:30pm, doors at 7pm
Raven's Cry Theatre,
SATURDAYS at 2pm, doors at 1:30pm
Membership required. Tickets are $5, $9 for single-event members.
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Membership is required. As a registered non-profit society, the SCFS screens films which in many cases have not been reviewed by the B.C. Film Classification Board. Under B.C. law any person wishing to see these unclassified films must belong to the SCFS and be 18 years of age or older. DETAILS BELOW
We sell Single Event Memberships for each film night ($4) at the door, or Annual Memberships ($20). You can also buy a Friend of the Film Society membership plus tickets package.
Join the SCFS using the downloadable membership form [pdf 1p], online using the "Buy Now" button on this page, or in person at any film night.
Our membership year runs from September 2016 to August 31, 2017. Your Annual Membership gives you:
Current annual memberships, on sale now, are valid from September 2016 until August 31, 2017.
Pay once and don’t pay again all year! Become a Friend of the Film Society. A $99 Friend membership entitles you to:
Friend of the Film Society memberships make a great gift!
Regular screenings - $5
Special Events - $8
If you are not an annual member, add $4 for a Single Event Membership
Membership is required. Annual members will be asked to show their membership card when purchasing tickets.
We are no longer reserving seats. All seats are first come, first served.
Valid Sept 2016 to Aug 31, 2017.
If you pay 24 hours or more in advance of a screening, your membership card will be waiting for you at the next film.
The Heritage Playhouse is handicap accessible and able to accommodate wheelchairs. It is equipped with ramps, a handicap washroom and designated parking on the North Road side of the building. Ushers and our helpful volunteers are happy to assist you, and the front row is always kept available for those who who have difficulty with stairs.
The Raven’s Cry Theatre is also accessible. Disabled seating is in the last row.