The Valley Film Society is not associated with SVSU. It is an independent, non-profit organization.
The Valley Film Society is an independent, non-profit organization devoted to bringing the best in classic and contemporary films to the Tri-city area. VFS is operated entirely by volunteers and is supported by membership dues, private contributions (tax deductible), and, in the past, by grants from the Saginaw Community Foundation, SVSU Student Government, SVSU Campus Activities Office, and the Dean of the College of Arts and Behavioral Sciences.
The season's program is chosen by the membership by a mail-in vote after the annual Spring film nomination meeting.
A full-season membership offers 17 admissions to all 15 screenings during the season. The 17 admissions may be used in any way the member likes. Memberships are available by mail or at the door before any VFS screening. Membership cards may be picked up at any film screening.
All our screenings are held in room Curtiss 100 (on the SVSU campus) on Fridays at 7:30 p.m. (Curtiss 100 is across Groening Commons from the Performing Arts Center = Malcom Field Theater + Rhea Miller Recital Hall. See Map of SVSU in this website for further directions.)
If you want to see reviews of any film in our program you can visit the Internet Movie Database
Other sources of information on films that might interest you are:
Tyler Haynes, Treasurer
The Valley Film Society
of Saginaw Valley State University
3419 Foss Drive
Saginaw, Michigan 48603-1711
This is the home of Tyler Haynes.
If need be, leave a message on the answering machine.
Please contact VFS by email, which is preferred.