Mayor & King - One Time Showing
December 19th at 8pm
Reception starts at 8pm in the Spectator Lounge, movie starts at 9pm.
The King needs a vacation. He's bored with his life and war looms on the horizon. When the King's advisor happens to meet the Mayor's chief of staff, they concoct a publicity stunt in which the respective leaders switch places. However, the King quite enjoys being the mayor and when the gold coins festival comes to town, the temporary switch may have long lasting consequences. Shot in Fort Wayne, and featuring many regulars from Jirk comedy shows, "The Mayor and King Switch Places" combines the overconfidence of the worst student films and the mundane aspects of the non-action scenes from a low budget action movie to create something unlike anything you've ever seen before. Except it's funny. $5, please.
Jingle Bell Rocks! - One Time Showing
Saturday, December 20th at 4pm
Regular Pricing Applies.
Come join us for a screening of the documentary Jingle Bell Rocks! and a discussion afterwards with Rob Martinez, who is featured in the film and host of The Movie Music Spotlight on WBOI.
A look at 12 little-known, offbeat Christmas songs, including "The Little Boy That Christmas Forgot," "Back Door Santa" and "Blue Xmas (To Whom It May Concern)," and profiles of collectors of holiday music.
83 min., Unrated.
Elf - One Time Showing
Monday, December 22nd at 7:30pm
No Cinema Center passes, Patron Member discount or Lincoln discount can be applied to this event's ticket.
To see Elf for FREE, listen to Soft Rock 103.9 for your chance to win tickets to this showing! There will be carolers for an hour prior to the the screening, sponsored by Soft Rock 103.9 fm.
Will Ferrell stars as Buddy, a regular-sized man who was raised as an elf by Santa Claus (Edward Asner). When the news is finally broken to Buddy that he's not a real elf, he decides to head back to his place of birth, New York City, in search of his biological family.
107 min., Rated PG.
No Ordinary Hero: The SuperDeafy Movie
One Time Showing - Sunday, January 4th at 6pm
Regular Pricing Applies.
A Discussion led by Deaflink, a hearing impaired advocacy group will take place at the end of the film.
When a deaf actor who plays a superhero on television looks beyond his cape to influence a deaf boy to redefine what "being normal" means, he also finds inspiration to transform himself.
79 min., Rated PG.
Each year, more than 50 local artists donate one-of-a-kind hanging art pieces to this fun, festive silent auction. A perennial favorite with the art crowd and holiday shoppers alike.
A part of Downtown Fright Night, the Braineater’s Ball is a spookifying mix of movies, music, dancing, macabre art, a costume contest, and yummy food for the undead. Admission is free.
Our annual salute to the Oscars! This popular party features a silent auction, live music, Oscar balloting, an Oscar trivia contest with prizes, great food and libations, and the screening of an Oscar-nominated film.
Spinal Tap Party
Nigel Tufnel Day on 11.11.11 was the occasion for this rockin’, one-time-only party. Cinema Center turned it up to 11 with beer, wine and tiny bread, as Christopher Guest fans turned out for a screening of the hilarious cult classic “This Is Spinal Tap.”