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$9.75 evening
 
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  • <center><b>BATTLE OF THE SEXESR</b><br>		COMING SOON</center>
    BATTLE OF THE SEXES
    ENDS OCT 19
  • <center><b>VICTORIA & ABDUL</b><br>		COMING SOON</center>
    VICTORIA & ABDUL
    THRU OCT 26
  • <center><b>RE-ANIMATOR</b><br>		COMING SOON</center>
    RE-ANIMATOR
    OCT 19-21
  • <center><b>LUCKY</b><br>		COMING SOON</center>
    LUCKY
    STARTS OCT 20
  • <center><b>BACKPACK FULL OF CASH</b><br>		COMING SOON</center>
    BACKPACK FULL OF CASH -- WED OCT 25
  • <center><b>NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD</b><br>		COMING SOON</center>
    NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD -- OCT 26-28
  • <center><b>ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW</b><br>		COMING SOON</center>
    ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW
    OCTOBER 27-28, 31
  • <center><b>YEAR BY THE SEA</b><br>		COMING SOON</center>
    YEAR BY THE SEA
    COMING SOON
  • <center><b>THE ROOM</b><br>		COMING SOON</center>
    THE ROOM
    MONTHLY LATE SHOWS

   

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SCHLOCKTOBERFEST HORROR SERIES -- OCT 3-31

 

DR JEKYLL & MR HYDE (1920) + NOSFERATU (1922) -- 10/3
--> DOUBLE FEATURE w/ LIVE SCORE BY THE INVINCIBLE CZARS

FRANKENSTEIN (1931)
-- 10/5-7

THE PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE (1974)
-- 10/5-7

THE DEAD ZONE (1983)
-- 10/12-14

RE-ANIMATOR (1985) -- 10/19-21

GONZORRIFIC UNDERGROUND HORRORSHOW
-- 10/20-21

NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (1968)
-- 10/26-28

THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (1975
) -- 10/27-28, 10/31

WINE TASTING: FALL WINES

FRIDAY OCTOBER 20 @ 6-9p

The days are getting shorter and the weather's getting cooler as the Fall season approaches.  The changing seasons also call for a change in how we drink wines.  Red wines flow more fluidly with the season's heartier food dishes. We start swapping our crisp light whites for something with a little more body and structure.  Join us for a selection of our favorites this Friday from 6-9pm in the Lobby.

FILMS & CONVERSATION w/ JAMES PONSOLDT

SATURDAY OCTOBER 21

In celebration of their 30th anniversary, the UGA Willson Center for Arts and Humanities presents a day of events with filmmaker and Athens native James Ponsoldt:

3:00p -- Ponsoldt will introduce a special screening of Peter Bogdanovich’s 1971 masterpiece THE LAST PICTURE SHOW

5:00p -- A reception in the CinéLab, followed by a conversation about a life and career in the arts and humanities at 5:30p, with Ponsoldt and Nicholas Allen, Franklin Professor of English and director of the Willson Center.

7:15p -- Ponsoldt will also introduce a screening of his own critically acclaimed 2013 film THE SPECTACULAR NOW, which was filmed in Athens.

All events are free and open to the public.

CLOTHING SWAP

MONDAY OCTOBER 23 @ 6-8p

Bring your own unwanted but in-good-condition clothes, shoes, and accessories and rummage through what others have brought and go home with some new outfits. Clothes are to be cleaned and folded or on a hanger. Tables and some clothing racks will be provided in the Lab. This is a non-gendered event and all sizes are welcome. Snacks will be provided and drink specials will be available at the bar. All items leftover will be donated to Project Safe and Habitat for Humanity.

ADMISSION:  FREE

HORROR TRIVIA w/ COUNT ZAPULA

TUESDAY OCTOBER 24 @ 8:00p

Think you know your horror movies? Put your knowledge to the test with Horror Trivia hosted by Count Zapula! Win passes to Southern Brewing Company, Zombie Farms, and more.

We welcome teams of up to five people, sign up in advance by emailing us: cinemanager at gmail dot com.

ADMISSION:  FREE

FELICITE w/ FILMMAKER ALAIN GOMIS

THURSDAY OCTOBER 26

French filmmaker Alain Gomis will present his 2017 film FÉLICITÉ, winner of the Silver Berlin Bear Grand Jury Prize at the 2017 Berlin International Film Festival. The screening will be preceded by a conversation between Gomis and the French writer and filmmaker Marguerite Abouet, which will include contributions from UGA faculty members and a public reception and book signing.

The reception begins at 5:00p and the conversation at 5:30p, followed by the film screening at 7:15p. The event is free and open to the public, sponsored by the UGA Willson Center, the department of Romance languages, and the Consulate General of France in Atlanta.

HALLOWEEN HAPPY HOUR

SATURDAY OCTOBER 28 @ 5:30-8:00p

Card-carrying members of Ciné, join us for a Happy Hour in the Lab ahead of the festivities downtown.

Mix and mingle with other members, enjoy spooky cocktails, and celebrate Halloween with us with a costume contest at 7:15p, and more surprises in store!

This is a FREE, members-only event, one guest permitted per member.

NOT A MEMBER YET? SIGN UP TODAY!

SCHLOCKTOBERFEST ART SHOW

ON EXHIBIT THRU OCTOBER 31st

Local artists provided works influenced by the Schlocktoberfest Horror Series lineup, their favorite horror films, or horror in general.

Featuring works by: Ashley Anderson, Grant Beecher, Jared Brown, Alexei Gural, Mina Orion-Atlas Kim, Missy Kulik, Dan Litzinger, Alex Murawski, Stephanie Rivers, Terry Rowlett, Graham Shirley, Jessica Smith, Lindsay Troutman, Tatiana Veneruso, Klon Waldrip, and Christy Wooke.

The exhibit will be on display through October 31st, and a portion of all sales directly benefits the LET'S BUY CINE capital campaign.

Left: Skeleton by Terry Rowlett.

   
   

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As we celebrate our first decade, we have a new window of opportunity to buy the building that houses Ciné, and with this goal will be launching a three-year, $2.5 million capital campaign to BUY CINE, which will cover the purchase and maintenance of the building, improvement of facilities, and expanded opportunities for programming. Read more from HERE from our friends at FLAGPOLE MAGAZINE, and find out more on how to support your non-profit cinema HERE.

TAKE YOUR SEAT AT CINE!

Contribute to our fundraising campaign by naming a seat in Theatre 1! Available for purchase in person at the cinema only. Limited availability. One plaque per seat at $150, good for the life of the seat.

Please note that dedication of a seat does not include an individually specific seating assignment, and that sponsors must also still purchase tickets for any screening or event in the theater.

Athens Film Arts Institute is a 501c3 non-profit organization and your donation is 100% tax deductible.DONATE TODAY!

   

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MEMBER NIGHT -- EVERY TUESDAY

MEMBER NIGHT is now on Tuesdays!

Join us for a social hour with specialty cocktails from 6:30p-7:30p, and discounted admission at just $6.50 for all shows for all current members!

NOT A MEMBER YET? SIGN UP TODAY!

 

   
   
   

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Checkout these movie reviews and conversations on the local movie scene from Athens film writers ANDREW SHEARER (Athens Banner Herald) and DREW WHEELER & JON HOGAN (Flagpole Magazine)

READ:  FLAGPOLE:  FALL MOVIE PREVIEW and BATTLE OF THE SEXES

READ:  ONLINE ATHENS:  SCHLOCKTOBERFEST SERIES

LISTEN:  PODCAST: MOTHER!  

   
   

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SCHLOCKTOBERFEST ART SHOW

ON EXHIBIT THRU OCTOBER 31st

Local artists provided works influenced by the Schlocktoberfest Horror Series lineup, their favorite horror films, or horror in general.

Featuring works by: Ashley Anderson, Grant Beecher, Jared Brown, Alexei Gural, Mina Orion-Atlas Kim, Missy Kulik, Dan Litzinger, Alex Murawski, Stephanie Rivers, Terry Rowlett, Graham Shirley, Jessica Smith, Lindsay Troutman, Tatiana Veneruso, Klon Waldrip, and Christy Wooke.

The exhibit will be on display through October 31st, and a portion of all sales directly benefits the LET'S BUY CINE capital campaign.

Left: Skeleton by Terry Rowlett.


 
   
   

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GIVE THE GIFT OF CINE

GIFT CARDS: Give the Gift of Ciné with an annual membership or gift card for the film fan on your list. GIft Cards are good for use at both box office or lobby bar!

Available for purchase in any denomination (in-store only)
or purchase in $25-50-100 amounts online HERE

JOIN THE CINE SUPPORTER PROGRAM!

As a Ciné Supporter, YOU are an integral part of Athens Film Arts Institute, the non-profit entity that embraces Ciné.  We invite you to help with our membership growth by becoming a new member, renewing or upgrading your existing membership, and encouraging friends, family and other movie lovers to become Ciné supporters as well!  As a 501(c) 3 Corporation, a significant portion of a Ciné membership fee is considered tax deductible, and donations are fully tax-deductible.

CLICK HERE to become a member, or renew your existing membership online. 

FREE MEMBER PARKING!

Cine continues to partner with Athens First and Prestige Parking to offer free parking to Cine Members. The lot directly next door (The Chastain Building Lot) is no longer available for parking as a free member perk, but we are happy to be able to offer THREE FREE MEMBER PARKING LOCATIONS.

Click HERE to learn exactly when, where and how you can take advantage of this membership perk!

MATINEE MONDAY

 

MATINEE MONDAYS: $7.50 matinee pricing for all shows

 

COCKTAILS!

FULL BAR!! -- the BarCafé features a FULL BAR selection so you can enjoy a martini or your favorite cocktail, beer or wine while watching a movie or live performance - open daily @ 4:30p- no movie ticket needed to enter

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