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The Queen's Film Society fosters the art of cinema and creates a vibrant film culture in a communal setting.  We bring new and classic films of artistic and social significance to the community, presenting them as quality cinematic experiences.  ​

The Queen's Film Society does this not only by presenting movies to the community that would otherwise not be shown on a big screen in the Brazos Valley, but also by publishing members’ film analysis and criticism, and engaging with, promoting, and screening the work of local filmmakers.

We are a non-profit organization contributing to the humanistic and increasingly diverse climate of the Brazos Valley.  

Upcoming events

    • 17 Jun 2024
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church 217 W 26th St, Bryan, TX 77803

    Join us as we choose our member-picked flick for the big screen at The Queen for August!

    • 20 Jun 2024
    • 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Bryan PREMIERE LUX Cine 15 IMAX & Pizza Pub 950 N Earl Rudder Fwy, Bryan, TX 77802
    • 19

    An aspiring clown grappling with her gender identity combats a fascistic caped crusader.

    Vera Drew redefines the Batman narrative with "The People's Joker," a film that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and boldly interprets the iconic Joker character through a trans coming-of-age story. As both director and star, Drew utilized crowdsourced contributions from over 100 artists, predominantly from trans and queer communities, to create a film that blends traditional storytelling with innovative animation and CGI. Despite facing potential legal challenges from Warner Bros. over copyright issues, Drew's project navigated these hurdles without direct confrontation, emphasizing its status as a parody intended for fair use. The film, which also received positive critical reception for its inventive and subversive approach, reflects Drew’s critique of the comic book monoculture and her personal journey within the often-regressive world of comedy. "The People's Joker" not only showcases Drew’s artistic audacity but also marks an important cultural commentary on identity and representation in contemporary media.

    • 2 Jul 2024
    • 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
    • The Queen Theatre
    • 49

    Jonathan Frid portrays a horror novelist who has a recurring nightmare about three figures out of his book who terrorize him and his family and friends during a weekend of fun. Then the dream becomes reality and it never ends...


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The Queen's Film Society

Bryan, Texas

(979) 493-0588

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