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Troubled 20-something Donya, an Afghan translator who used to work with the US government, has trouble sleeping. She lives by herself in Fremont in a building with other Afghan immigrants, often dining alone at a local restaurant watching soap operas.

Her routine changes when she’s promoted to writing the fortunes at her job at a fortune cookie factory in the city. As her fortunes are read by strangers throughout the Bay, Donya’s smouldering longing drives her to send a message out to the world, unsure where it will lead.

Fremont takes a thoughtful and wryly funny look at the immigrant experience.


Babak Jalali’s assured black-and-white indie drama strikes a beautiful tone with a deadpan sense of humour, aided by Anaita Wali Zada’s quietly poignant performance. – Variety

It’s the kind of independent film which we haven’t seen alot of lately, endowed with intimacy and a kind of dreamy charm. – The Guardian

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Noosa Film Society

With over 2000 members the Noosa Film Society is the largest such society in Australia.

The Noosa Film Society is a registered not-for-profit organisation and was established in 1979 to encourage interest in film as an art form. At first, movies were screened at the golf club to a small group of film enthusiasts once a month. Several years later, screenings were moved to the Noosa Arts Theatre where they continued to play until the cinema in Noosa Junction was built.

Presented by Murray Powers
Sunshine Coast Film Festival 2024 French Matinees
When buying tickets for individual films for the Sunshine Coast Film Festival, use the following codes when you check out to receive a special Noosa Film Society member discount for Noosa screenings. 
Jeanne Du Barry
Sunday 19 May
Mr Blake At Your Service!
Sunday 26 May
A Chance To Win
Wednesday 29 May
Bonnard, Pierre and Marthe
Sunday 2 June
Out Of Season
Sunday 9 June          
To subscribe to SCFF’s newsletter, purchase tickets and get further information, including dates, times, locations and passes, visit Sunshine Coast Film Festival 
TICKETS for NFS Screenings

Members can book at the Cinema box office or online via the Events Cinema website from 12 noon on the Thursday preceding the Film Society screening date. Members can book a maximum of two tickets in one transaction (ie one for themselves and one for a partner/friend who must also be a member).

Click here for information on how to book tickets.
Click here for Youtube instructions on how to book tickets.

Annual General Meeting
The Noosa Film Society Inc AGM was held on Wednesday 27 March 2024.  
To see the new committee, please go to the list of committee members on the About Us page on this website.