Create. Screen. Discuss. Explore. // The Bowdoin Film Society is a tightly-knit family of cinephiles and filmmakers who are dedicated to cultivating and maintaining a thriving filmmaking community on campus. While the society lies at the heart of cinema culture here at Bowdoin College, it also fosters discussions and debates about film. We have a strong tradition of exploring the world of film, whether through showing students how to use equipment to realize their artistic visions or by organizing film events for the community. We meet weekly during the academic year to discuss programming and projects. Currently, the society screens films every weekend for the campus and hosts a student film festival, the 48 Hour Film Festival. Programming is the primary focus of our group, with the continued goal of screening a variety of films including under-appreciated cinematic gems and Hollywood blockbusters.