Coming Attractions

May Day Boogaloo Presented by Rich Lee

May 1st at 7:00

$9 admission.


Break dance around the Maypole this May 1 when Cinema Center screens both the classic bboy/bgirl films Breakin' and Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo.

The fun starts at 7pm when we screen Breakin'.

After the movie ends there will music and break dance demonstrations from the areas best break dancers in the Spectator Lounge at 8:30. Who knows, maybe a battle or two will break out on the dance floor?

At 9:30, the sequel to end all sequels - Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo, will start. Special props will be given to those who make noise when Ice-T is spotted in one of his earliest roles.

Special beer and wine will be on hand for those of age.

Bravas will be on site!

$9 is all it will take to get you into all the fun.

Special thanks to Mr. Rich Lee for making this special event happen!





White God - Opens May 1st


A cautionary tale between a superior species and its disgraced inferior... Favoring pedigree dogs, a new regulation puts a severe tax on mixed breeds. Owners dump their dogs and shelters become overcrowded. 13-year-old Lili fights desperately to protect her pet Hagen, but her father eventually sets the dog free on the streets. Hagen and his master search desperately for each other until Lili loses faith. Struggling to survive, homeless Hagen realizes that not everyone is a dog’s best friend. Hagen joins a gang of stray dogs, but is soon captured and sent to the pound. With little hope inside there, the dogs will seize an opportunity to escape and revolt against mankind. Their revenge will be merciless. Lili may be the only one who can halt this unexpected war between man and dog. 


"Hungarian director Kornél Mundruczó downplays White God as a "genre experiment," but his film has real bite regardless." - Toronto Star


"A rousing creature-feature thriller and political allegory..." - Globe and Mail


"Director Kornél Mundruczó goes big with allegory, violence, drama and sentiment, and the results are riveting." - New York Post.


117 min., Rated R.





Clouds of Sils Maria - Opens May 8th


Maria Enders (Juliette Binoche) is an actress at the peak of her international career who is asked to perform in a revival of the play that made her famous twenty years earlier. Back then she played the role of Sigrid, an alluring young woman who disarms and eventually drives her boss Helena to suicide. Now she is being asked to step into the other role, that of the older Helena. She departs with her assistant (Kristen Stewart) to rehearse in Sils Maria, a remote region of the Alps. A young Hollywood starlet with a penchant for scandal (Chloë Grace Moretz) is to take on the role of Sigrid, and Maria finds herself on the other side of the mirror, face to face with an ambiguously charming woman who is, in essence, an unsettling reflection of herself.


"A playful and captivating hybrid of Ingmar Bergman's Persona, Joseph Mankiewicz's All About Eve, and quintessentially Assayas-esque meta-mischief." - The Atlantic.


"This recalls Ingmar Bergman's chamber dramas in the intensity and psychological complexity of the central relationship, yet the filmmaking is breathtakingly fluid, evoking a sense of romantic abandon." - Chicago Reader.


"A multi-layered, femme-driven meta-fiction that pushes all involved - including next-gen starlets Kristen Stewart and Chloe Grace Moretz - to new heights." - Variety.


122 min., Rated R.




Animals - Opens May 15th

Special screening with director and Fort Wayne native Collin Schiffli on May 16, at 8pm. Question and answer session following the film. Advance ticket sales from this screening may be found at the link below

$12 General Admission

$10 Member Admission


"Animals" tells the story of a young couple that exist somewhere between homelessness and the fantasy life they imagine for themselves. Though they masterfully con and steal in an attempt to stay one step ahead of their addiction, they are ultimately forced to face the reality of their situation.


"Dastmalchian and Shaw are thoroughly convincing both as vividly drawn, emotionally complex individuals, and as a couple inextricably bound by addiction and enabling. Among the well-cast supporting players, John Heard makes the most significant impact." - Variety.


"Animals presents an authenticity often lacking in films about drug abuse. It largely has Dastmalchin's screenplay to thank." - Austin Chronicle.


"It is a character study that reminds me of the first time I saw Gus Van Sant's Drugstore Cowboy. And it could eventually herald the arrival of as important a talent." - Film Threat.


90 min., Unrated.




Remake: Movie Posters Based on the Films of the Coen Brothers Auction and Sale

May 29th at 7pm

$5 admission.


Join Cinema Center for a night of art and fun, all inspired by the films of the Coen brothers! 


Each artist was asked to recreate a movie poster of a favorite Coen brothers film. This collection includes posters for films such as Fargo, Raising Arizona, Inside Llewyn Davis, True Grit and many, many others!


Sales for prints begin immediately at 7pm! There will also be a silent auction for a signed and numbered framed poster from each film!


At 9pm, local band The Snarks takes the stage and after the auction and sale concludes, there will be a special screening of the Coen brothers masterpiece Barton Fink in the theater!


Bravas food truck will be on site for the duration of the event. Cinema Center will be serving beer and wine.


All sales benefit Cinema Center to help fund its programming and operations.


Artists include:

Adam Meyer

Andrea Atwood

Bob Storey

Brian Sterling Lewis

Corey Purvis

Daniel Dienelt

Elyse Boutall

Jake Sauer

Jason Swisher

Jeff Anderson

Jenn Storey

Kay Gregg

Matt Kelley

Meg Tiffany

Mike Green

Nate Utesch

Ryan Pickard


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