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Ticket Prices:
$9 General Admission
$7.50 Seniors / Students
$5 Cinema Center Members
$4 Senior Cinema Center Members

Matinee Ticket Prices (weekdays before 5PM):
$7 General Admission
$5.50 Seniors / Students
$3 Cinema Center Members
$2 Senior Cinema Center Members

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Art House Theater Day

Sunday, September 24th

Art House Theater Day celebrates the legacy of independent theaters as advocates for cinema arts. In an age where media has become more digital than tangible, more solitary than social, art house theaters remain the physical spaces where film lovers congregate and connect with intrepid, creative filmmaking. They are the beating heart for new and exciting cinema that is shaping the future of the medium. Cinema Center will be screening THE GOOD CATHOLIC and ROOTED IN PEACE!

Plus we are hosting a Members Only Pre-Reception with some of the cast and crew of THE GOOD CATHOLIC before the screening! Star Zachary Spicer, director Paul Shoulberg, and producer John Armstrong will be at the member exclusive pre-reception and after the film for a Q&A for all film attendees. 

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Rooted In Peace

 

3:00pm - ROOTED IN PEACE: In celebration of the upcoming International Day of Peace, we are hosting Greg Reitman’s ROOTED in PEACE - a globally transformative, socially-conscious, environmentally-based film on September 24th. Reitman’s journey of self-analysis resonates with audiences seeking inner peace in a world full of people dominated by war, affected by global warming or haunted by inner conflict. The film follows him as he speaks to thought leaders around the world having conversations around sustainable development, discussing the challenges of our never-ending wars, and facing the realities of uncertainty placed on the world’s institutions by our current political climate. Reitman’s introspective and socially relevant documentary was most recently screened at the United Nations.

From the US to Costa Rica to India, award-winning filmmaker and environmental activist Greg Reitman traveled to visit such luminaries and activists as Deepak Chopra, music legends Donovan, Mike Love and Pete Seeger, film director David Lynch, Nobel Peace Laureate Mairead Maguire, Ted Turner, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and many others. Their common ideas and examples make ROOTED in PEACE one of the most unexpectedly inspirational viewing experiences of our time. 

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The Good Catholic

6:00pm - THE GOOD CATHOLIC: Daniel (Zachary Spicer) is a young, idealistic priest who loves his work more than anything. While he struggles to find balance between the dueling philosophies of his mentors, Father Victor (Danny Glover), an old school, no nonsense traditionalist, and Father Ollie (John C. McGinley), a chain-smoking, carb-addicted Franciscan, Daniel's passion for his calling never waivers. And then he meets Jane. After a chance encounter during a late night confession, the complicated and mysterious Jane (Wrenn Schmidt), starts to open up Daniel's world to an entirely different set of possibilities. And problems. As new bonds form and old ones are tested, Daniel must decide what his true calling really is--and whether or not he has the courage to answer it. Bonus - this film was shot in Indiana!

Plus we are hosting a Members Only Pre-Reception with some of the cast and crew of THE GOOD CATHOLIC before the screening! Star Zachary Spicer, director Paul Shoulberg, and producer John Armstrong will be at the member exclusive pre-reception and after the film for a Q&A for all film attendees. 

 

Coming Soon

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Stop Making Sense

Director Jonathan Demme captures the frantic energy and artsy groove of Talking Heads in this concert movie shot at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in 1983. The band's frontman, David Byrne, first appears on an empty stage, armed with only an acoustic guitar, and is gradually joined by bassist Tina Weymouth, drummer Chris Frantz, keyboardist Jerry Harrison and a cadre of backup singers as they perform the band's hits, culminating in an iconic performance featuring Byrne in an enormous suit.

100 mins., Rated PG

Two Nights Only!

Friday, September 29th   7:30   9:30

Saturday, September 30th   9:30

 

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Whose Streets?

Told by the activists and leaders who live and breathe this movement for justice, Whose Streets? is an unflinching look at the Ferguson uprising. When unarmed teenager Michael Brown is killed by police and left lying in the street for hours, it marks a breaking point for the residents of St. Louis, Missouri. Grief, long-standing racial tensions and renewed anger bring residents together to hold vigil and protest this latest tragedy. Empowered parents, artists, and teachers from around the country come together as freedom fighters. As the national guard descends on Ferguson with military grade weaponry, these young community members become the torchbearers of a new resistance. Filmmakers Sabaah Folayan and Damon Davis know this story because they are the story. Whose Streets? is a powerful battle cry from a generation fighting, not for their civil rights, but for the right to live.

100 mins., Rated R