Log in

The Queens Film Society

  • Home
  • News
  • The Queen’s Film Society Joins The Arts Council of the Brazos Valley as an Affiliate Member

The Queen’s Film Society Joins The Arts Council of the Brazos Valley as an Affiliate Member

3 Apr 2024 5:44 PM | Keith Marrocco (Administrator)

Bryan, TX – April 3, 2024 – The Queen’s Film Society, a pioneering organization dedicated to bringing films of artistic and social significance to the Brazos Valley, is proud to announce its new status as an affiliate member of The Arts Council of the Brazos Valley (ACBV). This partnership, officially approved on April 2, 2024, marks a significant milestone in The Queen’s Film Society’s mission to enrich the community’s cultural landscape through cinema.

Founded in 2019, The Queen’s Film Society has swiftly become a vital part of the Brazos Valley’s arts community, offering a unique platform for showcasing the art of cinema. The society has been instrumental in presenting a diverse array of films, from international masterpieces to important American documentaries, and organizing engaging events such as film discussions and director Q&As.

“Our affiliation with The Arts Council of the Brazos Valley opens up new avenues for collaboration and community engagement,” said Keith Marrocco, president of The Queen’s Film Society. “We are excited about the opportunities this partnership presents for expanding our programming and reaching wider audiences across the Brazos Valley.”

The Arts Council supports its affiliates by providing funding, technical support, promotional services, and partnership-building opportunities. The Queen’s Film Society’s affiliation will enhance its visibility and facilitate its mission to bring significant cinematic works to local screens. This collaboration also underscores the society's commitment to fostering an appreciation for cinema as an art form and a medium for social commentary.

The Queen’s Film Society has outlined plans for future projects, including a film race and festival, aimed at offering both residents and visitors the chance to create and showcase their cinematic works. These initiatives align with The Arts Council’s goals of building community, promoting quality of life, and encouraging tourism through the arts.

“We believe that film is a powerful medium that can inspire, educate, and entertain,” Marrocco added. “Our partnership with The Arts Council will help us to further our mission and contribute to the vibrant arts and culture scene in the Brazos Valley.”

Affiliation Highlights:

  • The Arts Council recognized the impact of The Queen’s Film Society in the arts and education sectors within the Brazos Valley.

  • The Queen’s Film Society will be appointing a liaison to facilitate ongoing communication and collaboration between our society and the Arts Council.

  • Plans include utilizing ACBV promotional opportunities and facilities for the society's events, enhancing the visibility and reach of our cinematic projects.

For more information about The Queen’s Film Society and its upcoming events, please visit

About The Queen’s Film Society:

The Queen’s Film Society was established in 2019 with the goal of bringing films of artistic and social significance to the Brazos Valley community. By leveraging a diverse membership base for film selection, it aims to showcase the richness of cinematic art and foster a deeper understanding of various cultures and perspectives.


Keith Marrocco, President
The Queen’s Film Society
Phone: (979) 493-0588


The Queen's Film Society

Bryan, Texas

© 2020 The Queen's Film Society. All Rights Reserved.

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software