The Westwood Movie Club, active circa 1940-circa 1965, was an amateur movie club dedicated to helping members improve and
show their films.
The Westwood Movie Club, active 1940-circa 1966, was an amateur movie club dedicated to helping members improve and show their
films. The club also held technical talks and demonstrations on film making, while holding annual competitions and awarding
prizes. Meetings took place on the last Friday of every month. Presidents include Edward Kentura, Salvatore Siciliano, Eric
Unmack and Tillio Pellegrini. The club was located at 1345 Ocean Avenue and founded by Eric Unmack.
2 pamphlet boxes
(0.5 Cubic Feet)
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