About the Hills Film Group

When: February to December, first Monday each month
Time: 7.00 p.m.
Can I bring a guest? Yes, show your membership card to the Box Office and purchase a guest ticket for $10.00.
How do I know what’s on? We send a short monthly email newsletter or you can look at the Cameo website or in the cinema foyer.
What can we offer: Current release special films are selected by the Hills Film Group from the distributors list. The films are generally current release Arthouse and Australian films.

$95 for the year, 11 films, payable by cash, cheque or EFT.

As an added bonus, current members can also purchase a Cameo Membership for only $10.00, which will give you access to any film at the Cameo Card rate. The Cameo Card gives you 10% discount of many local restaurant and shops. Plus invitations to preview screenings and special events, ie Meet the filmmaker with priority access to tickets. $13.50 ticket for the card holder, every session, everyday.

  • Membership cards to be shown upon entry to the session each month.
  • Membership card is transferable to family/partner.
  • Members are responsible for the loss of their membership card.
  • Email addresses are required for correspondence purposes. If you do not have email you may telephone or mail us.
  • Change of email addresses need to be forwarded to the Membership Secretary at hillsfilmgroup@gmail.com.
  • BANK DETAILS: Hills Film Group / Bendigo Bank / BSB: 633-000 / Account #: 135760163
  • MAIL: Polly Ashburner, PO Box 382 Monbulk 3793
  • PHONE: Julie Adams 0408122780 or Polly Ashburner 03 9756 7342 / 0448 090

For further membership details, please contact Polly or Stuart 9756 7342, or download an application form.

Film Schedule

The next film for this year will be shown on Monday 3 July at 7pm.

Release Date: Thursday, 29 June 2017.
Starring Florence Pugh
Directed by William Oldroyd. 
Classification: MA15+ (Strong sex scenes and coarse language), 89 mins. 
Country: UK.

“Thrilling…Imagine Alfred Hitchcock directing Wuthering Heights” – IndieWire

Rural England, 1865. Katherine (Florence Pugh in her award-winning breakout role) is sold into a loveless marriage to a bitter man twice her age, and his cold, unforgiving family.

When she embarks on a passionate affair with a young worker, a force inside her is set free – a force so powerful that she will stop at nothing to get what she wants, unleashing a maelstrom of murder and mayhem on her husband’s country estate.

Based on the classic Russian novel and showcasing an astonishing performance from Florence Pugh as the unforgettable antihero Katherine, Lady Macbeth is both timeless and timely; a deliciously dark and radically original twist on a period film.