Greater Park Circle Film Society brings old classics back to the big screen

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Who wouldn't want to see indie flicks, old black-and-white classics starring Audrey Hepburn or Cary Grant, or stirring documentaries on the big screen? Well, through the Greater Park Circle Film Society, you can do just that.

For just $5, you can get in on the society's fun--and the price includes some popcorn to munch on during the film.

The Film Society has been in operation since December 2008. At first, films were shown twice a month, but that number has increased to a weekly showing as of late.

The utlimate goal is to screen two flicks each week by this time next year, so help the Film Society reach its dream by attending the screening of L'Illusionniste (The Illusionist) this Saturday, July 2nd, at 7 p.m. at the Olde North Charleston Picture House (4820 Jenkins Ave.).

For more info, check out Charleston City Paper's report here.