• Malibu Film Society

    Malibu Film Society

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    Film

    About Us

    Malibu Film Society is a member-supported non-profit organization which annually hosts 50+ free and paid-admission screenings of sneak previews and ''first-run'' new release films. Most of our events are open to the entire community, with tickets available to non-members on a space-available basis. MFS is dedicated to keeping movies on the big screen in Malibu, often featuring audience Q&A conversations with producers, directors, writers, actors, and others involved in the making of these films.

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    Q&A with actor Andrew Garfield
    Q&A with actor Benicio del Toro
    Malibu Screening Room
    Annual community-wide Oscar party
    Actress Sally Field
    Producer/director James Cameron at our inaugural event
    Membership/ticket purchases include free everything at the concessions stand
    The perfect ending to one of our "Dinner & a Movie" nights
    MFS Logo
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