Film Club season begins

The Summerland Film Club is going to start its winter season with a docu-movie which incorporates both a documentary and a movie story.

Dear Editor:

The Summerland Film Club is going to start its winter season with a docu-movie which incorporates both a documentary and a movie story.

The first session will be held at an old venue, the Royal Canadian Legion in Summerland, starting this coming Thursday, Dec. 10, at 7 p.m..

The movie is called Traffik, an Emmy Award-Winning thriller, which lays bare the international drug trade, filmed on location in Pakistan, Hamburg and London.

The Legion now has a big screen, big speakers and soft chairs and tables where you can also enjoy refreshments if you wish.

A small donation would be appreciated.

We would love to see you there.

Frank Martens

Summerland

 

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