Calendar

Oct
17
Sat
Goodnight Mommy
Oct 17 all-day
Goodnight Mommy

Opening Friday, October 9

Wed (10/14) 6:00 PM
Thurs (10/15) 8:15 PM
Fri (10/16) 6:30 PM
Sat (10/17) 6:30 PM
Sun (10/18) 5:00 PM

Tues (10/20) 8:30 PM
Weds (10/21) 6:00 PM
Thurs (10/22) 6:30 PM

 

“This insidious tale of a mother-son bond gone haywire is squirm-inducing stuff. It has cult potential stamped all over it.” –Hollywood Reporter

“A hefty part of the suspense stems from the fact no one seems to be behaving rationally: not mommy, not the kids.” –Variety

In the heat of the summer. A lonesome house in the countryside between woods and corn fields. Nine-year-old twin brothers are waiting for their mother. When she comes home, bandaged after cosmetic surgery, nothing is like before. The children start to doubt that this woman is actually their mother. It emerges an existential struggle for identity and fundamental trust. (c) Rotten Tomatoes

1hr 39min | R | Austria

Directed by: Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz

STEVE JOBS: THE MAN IN THE MACHINE
Oct 17 all-day
STEVE JOBS: THE MAN IN THE MACHINE

Opening Friday, October 16

Tues (10/20) 6:00 PM
Thurs (10/22) 8:45 PM
Fri (10/23) 7:30 PM
Sat (10/24) 5:30 PM
Sun (10/25) 4:30 PM

Wed (10/28) 6:00 PM
Thurs (10/29) 8:30 PM

“A definitive portrait of a man of contradictions and speaks directly to our consumer age of technological Apple worship.” -Indiewire

“It’s a film everyone should see.” -Tech Insider

“Both Jobs’s genius and his dark side are depicted with vivid insight and nuance.” -Elle Magazine

Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney (Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief) pulls no punches in his portrait of Apple founder Steve Jobs and his legacy. This probing and unflinching look at the life and aftermath of the bold, brilliant and at times ruthless iconoclast explores what accounted for the grief of so many when he died. (C) Magnolia Pictures

120 min. | R | Documentary

Directed by: Alex Gibney
Featuring: Steve Jobs as himself (archive footage)

Oct
18
Sun
All Girl Frankenstein
Oct 18 all-day
All Girl Frankenstein

October 16 – November 8
Discount Previews October 14 & 15

Adapted by Bob Fisher from the novel by Mary Shelley

“Campy enough to be funny, wicked enough for Halloween” — Gainesville Sun

This Halloween season, you will be haunted by a smoldering re-telling of Frankenstein in a dark and seductive adaptation of Mary Shelley’s forbidding tale.

Your imagination will run wild as you descend into the depths of your darkest, most dreaded dreams. As the lines between Creation and Destruction are slashed with the precision of a scalpel, your mind will race to find a way of escape from the maze that entraps all who inhabit it in a world of madness.

You won’t know which way to turn, or whom you can trust, in the world of All Girl Frankenstein.

Journey with us– if you dare!

 

SHOW TIMES

  • Wed (10/14) 7:00
  • Thu (10/15) 8:00
  • Fri (10/16) 8:00
  • Sat (10/17) 5:00 & 8:30
  • Sun (10/18) 2:00 & 7:00
  • Tue (10/20) 7:00
  • Wed (10/21) 7:00
  • Thu (10/22) 8:00
  • Fri (10/23) 8:00
  • Sat (10/24) 5:00 & 8:30
  • Sun (10/25) 2:00 & 7:00
  • Tue (10/27) 7:00
  • Wed (10/28) 7:00
  • Thu (10/29) 8:00
  • Fri (10/30) 8:00
  • Sat (10/31) 5:00 & 8:30
  • Sun (11/01) 2:00 & 7:00
  • Tue (11/03) 7:00
  • Wed (11/04) 7:00
  • Thu (11/05) 8:00
  • Fri (11/06) 8:00
  • Sat (11/07) 5:00 & 8:30
  • Sun (11/08) 2:00
Production Sponsor:
Dragonfly Sushi
Production Co-Sponsors:
Cecile’s Consignment
Gainesville Regional Airport
Genius Entertainment

Opening Night Caterer:

Omi’s Elegant Catering

Opening Night Photography:

Philip Marcel Photography

Goodnight Mommy
Oct 18 all-day
Goodnight Mommy

Opening Friday, October 9

Wed (10/14) 6:00 PM
Thurs (10/15) 8:15 PM
Fri (10/16) 6:30 PM
Sat (10/17) 6:30 PM
Sun (10/18) 5:00 PM

Tues (10/20) 8:30 PM
Weds (10/21) 6:00 PM
Thurs (10/22) 6:30 PM

 

“This insidious tale of a mother-son bond gone haywire is squirm-inducing stuff. It has cult potential stamped all over it.” –Hollywood Reporter

“A hefty part of the suspense stems from the fact no one seems to be behaving rationally: not mommy, not the kids.” –Variety

In the heat of the summer. A lonesome house in the countryside between woods and corn fields. Nine-year-old twin brothers are waiting for their mother. When she comes home, bandaged after cosmetic surgery, nothing is like before. The children start to doubt that this woman is actually their mother. It emerges an existential struggle for identity and fundamental trust. (c) Rotten Tomatoes

1hr 39min | R | Austria

Directed by: Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz

Oct
19
Mon
All Girl Frankenstein
Oct 19 all-day
All Girl Frankenstein

October 16 – November 8
Discount Previews October 14 & 15

Adapted by Bob Fisher from the novel by Mary Shelley

“Campy enough to be funny, wicked enough for Halloween” — Gainesville Sun

This Halloween season, you will be haunted by a smoldering re-telling of Frankenstein in a dark and seductive adaptation of Mary Shelley’s forbidding tale.

Your imagination will run wild as you descend into the depths of your darkest, most dreaded dreams. As the lines between Creation and Destruction are slashed with the precision of a scalpel, your mind will race to find a way of escape from the maze that entraps all who inhabit it in a world of madness.

You won’t know which way to turn, or whom you can trust, in the world of All Girl Frankenstein.

Journey with us– if you dare!

 

SHOW TIMES

  • Wed (10/14) 7:00
  • Thu (10/15) 8:00
  • Fri (10/16) 8:00
  • Sat (10/17) 5:00 & 8:30
  • Sun (10/18) 2:00 & 7:00
  • Tue (10/20) 7:00
  • Wed (10/21) 7:00
  • Thu (10/22) 8:00
  • Fri (10/23) 8:00
  • Sat (10/24) 5:00 & 8:30
  • Sun (10/25) 2:00 & 7:00
  • Tue (10/27) 7:00
  • Wed (10/28) 7:00
  • Thu (10/29) 8:00
  • Fri (10/30) 8:00
  • Sat (10/31) 5:00 & 8:30
  • Sun (11/01) 2:00 & 7:00
  • Tue (11/03) 7:00
  • Wed (11/04) 7:00
  • Thu (11/05) 8:00
  • Fri (11/06) 8:00
  • Sat (11/07) 5:00 & 8:30
  • Sun (11/08) 2:00
Production Sponsor:
Dragonfly Sushi
Production Co-Sponsors:
Cecile’s Consignment
Gainesville Regional Airport
Genius Entertainment

Opening Night Caterer:

Omi’s Elegant Catering

Opening Night Photography:

Philip Marcel Photography

STEVE JOBS: THE MAN IN THE MACHINE
Oct 19 all-day
STEVE JOBS: THE MAN IN THE MACHINE

Opening Friday, October 16

Tues (10/20) 6:00 PM
Thurs (10/22) 8:45 PM
Fri (10/23) 7:30 PM
Sat (10/24) 5:30 PM
Sun (10/25) 4:30 PM

Wed (10/28) 6:00 PM
Thurs (10/29) 8:30 PM

“A definitive portrait of a man of contradictions and speaks directly to our consumer age of technological Apple worship.” -Indiewire

“It’s a film everyone should see.” -Tech Insider

“Both Jobs’s genius and his dark side are depicted with vivid insight and nuance.” -Elle Magazine

Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney (Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief) pulls no punches in his portrait of Apple founder Steve Jobs and his legacy. This probing and unflinching look at the life and aftermath of the bold, brilliant and at times ruthless iconoclast explores what accounted for the grief of so many when he died. (C) Magnolia Pictures

120 min. | R | Documentary

Directed by: Alex Gibney
Featuring: Steve Jobs as himself (archive footage)

Oct
20
Tue
All Girl Frankenstein
Oct 20 all-day
All Girl Frankenstein

October 16 – November 8
Discount Previews October 14 & 15

Adapted by Bob Fisher from the novel by Mary Shelley

“Campy enough to be funny, wicked enough for Halloween” — Gainesville Sun

This Halloween season, you will be haunted by a smoldering re-telling of Frankenstein in a dark and seductive adaptation of Mary Shelley’s forbidding tale.

Your imagination will run wild as you descend into the depths of your darkest, most dreaded dreams. As the lines between Creation and Destruction are slashed with the precision of a scalpel, your mind will race to find a way of escape from the maze that entraps all who inhabit it in a world of madness.

You won’t know which way to turn, or whom you can trust, in the world of All Girl Frankenstein.

Journey with us– if you dare!

 

SHOW TIMES

  • Wed (10/14) 7:00
  • Thu (10/15) 8:00
  • Fri (10/16) 8:00
  • Sat (10/17) 5:00 & 8:30
  • Sun (10/18) 2:00 & 7:00
  • Tue (10/20) 7:00
  • Wed (10/21) 7:00
  • Thu (10/22) 8:00
  • Fri (10/23) 8:00
  • Sat (10/24) 5:00 & 8:30
  • Sun (10/25) 2:00 & 7:00
  • Tue (10/27) 7:00
  • Wed (10/28) 7:00
  • Thu (10/29) 8:00
  • Fri (10/30) 8:00
  • Sat (10/31) 5:00 & 8:30
  • Sun (11/01) 2:00 & 7:00
  • Tue (11/03) 7:00
  • Wed (11/04) 7:00
  • Thu (11/05) 8:00
  • Fri (11/06) 8:00
  • Sat (11/07) 5:00 & 8:30
  • Sun (11/08) 2:00
Production Sponsor:
Dragonfly Sushi
Production Co-Sponsors:
Cecile’s Consignment
Gainesville Regional Airport
Genius Entertainment

Opening Night Caterer:

Omi’s Elegant Catering

Opening Night Photography:

Philip Marcel Photography

Goodnight Mommy
Oct 20 all-day
Goodnight Mommy

Opening Friday, October 9

Wed (10/14) 6:00 PM
Thurs (10/15) 8:15 PM
Fri (10/16) 6:30 PM
Sat (10/17) 6:30 PM
Sun (10/18) 5:00 PM

Tues (10/20) 8:30 PM
Weds (10/21) 6:00 PM
Thurs (10/22) 6:30 PM

 

“This insidious tale of a mother-son bond gone haywire is squirm-inducing stuff. It has cult potential stamped all over it.” –Hollywood Reporter

“A hefty part of the suspense stems from the fact no one seems to be behaving rationally: not mommy, not the kids.” –Variety

In the heat of the summer. A lonesome house in the countryside between woods and corn fields. Nine-year-old twin brothers are waiting for their mother. When she comes home, bandaged after cosmetic surgery, nothing is like before. The children start to doubt that this woman is actually their mother. It emerges an existential struggle for identity and fundamental trust. (c) Rotten Tomatoes

1hr 39min | R | Austria

Directed by: Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz

Oct
21
Wed
All Girl Frankenstein
Oct 21 all-day
All Girl Frankenstein

October 16 – November 8
Discount Previews October 14 & 15

Adapted by Bob Fisher from the novel by Mary Shelley

“Campy enough to be funny, wicked enough for Halloween” — Gainesville Sun

This Halloween season, you will be haunted by a smoldering re-telling of Frankenstein in a dark and seductive adaptation of Mary Shelley’s forbidding tale.

Your imagination will run wild as you descend into the depths of your darkest, most dreaded dreams. As the lines between Creation and Destruction are slashed with the precision of a scalpel, your mind will race to find a way of escape from the maze that entraps all who inhabit it in a world of madness.

You won’t know which way to turn, or whom you can trust, in the world of All Girl Frankenstein.

Journey with us– if you dare!

 

SHOW TIMES

  • Wed (10/14) 7:00
  • Thu (10/15) 8:00
  • Fri (10/16) 8:00
  • Sat (10/17) 5:00 & 8:30
  • Sun (10/18) 2:00 & 7:00
  • Tue (10/20) 7:00
  • Wed (10/21) 7:00
  • Thu (10/22) 8:00
  • Fri (10/23) 8:00
  • Sat (10/24) 5:00 & 8:30
  • Sun (10/25) 2:00 & 7:00
  • Tue (10/27) 7:00
  • Wed (10/28) 7:00
  • Thu (10/29) 8:00
  • Fri (10/30) 8:00
  • Sat (10/31) 5:00 & 8:30
  • Sun (11/01) 2:00 & 7:00
  • Tue (11/03) 7:00
  • Wed (11/04) 7:00
  • Thu (11/05) 8:00
  • Fri (11/06) 8:00
  • Sat (11/07) 5:00 & 8:30
  • Sun (11/08) 2:00
Production Sponsor:
Dragonfly Sushi
Production Co-Sponsors:
Cecile’s Consignment
Gainesville Regional Airport
Genius Entertainment

Opening Night Caterer:

Omi’s Elegant Catering

Opening Night Photography:

Philip Marcel Photography

Goodnight Mommy
Oct 21 all-day
Goodnight Mommy

Opening Friday, October 9

Wed (10/14) 6:00 PM
Thurs (10/15) 8:15 PM
Fri (10/16) 6:30 PM
Sat (10/17) 6:30 PM
Sun (10/18) 5:00 PM

Tues (10/20) 8:30 PM
Weds (10/21) 6:00 PM
Thurs (10/22) 6:30 PM

 

“This insidious tale of a mother-son bond gone haywire is squirm-inducing stuff. It has cult potential stamped all over it.” –Hollywood Reporter

“A hefty part of the suspense stems from the fact no one seems to be behaving rationally: not mommy, not the kids.” –Variety

In the heat of the summer. A lonesome house in the countryside between woods and corn fields. Nine-year-old twin brothers are waiting for their mother. When she comes home, bandaged after cosmetic surgery, nothing is like before. The children start to doubt that this woman is actually their mother. It emerges an existential struggle for identity and fundamental trust. (c) Rotten Tomatoes

1hr 39min | R | Austria

Directed by: Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz