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The Film Society, founded in 1925 by Ivor Montagu, Hugh Miller, Iris Barry, Walter Mycroft, Sidney Bernstein, and Adrian Brunel, organized private screenings of international films, art films, science and nature films, and old films revived from the early days of cinema (The Tenth Muse
264, 266). Its members included Roger Fry, J.B.S. Haldane, Julian Huxley, John Maynard Keynes, George Bernard Shaw, Dame Ellen Terry, and H.G. Wells.