THIS WEEK

From IFC Midnight comes a grand Greek guignol by director Daniel Robbins.

"Offers a fresh spin on the horrors of pledge life... a bloody and brutal burst of masculinity that packs a punch." - The Hollywood News

DATETuesday 1/22
7:00 pm

Our monthly Enjoy The Silents film series continues with the nearly feature-length first chapter of the epic, cliffhanger-laden Fantômas crime serial that ushered in a new phase in cinema's takeover of French culture. (Local film historian and series curator Kelly Robinson will provide an introduction prior to the film.)

DATEWednesday 1/23
7:30 pm

Tennessee Archive of Moving Image and Sound's audience-favorite monthly series continues, as TAMIS digs deep in their vaults to present a selection of music performance film and videos from the 1930s to the 2000s! This event is FREE and open to the public.

DATEThursday 1/24
7:30 pm

Surfer: Teen Confronts Fear is the kind of gotta-see-it-to-believe-it film that will go on to be mentioned in the same breath as The Room, and Central Cinema is thrilled to bring this newly-minted cult item to Knoxville.

DATEThursday 1/24Friday 1/25Saturday 1/26Sunday 1/27
9:00 pm
10:00 pm
10:45 pm
10:00 pm

Our KUBRICK: 20 YEARS ON series wraps up with the AFI's #3 comedy of all time, a perfect satire and one of the darkest, funniest films ever made.

"This landmark movie's madcap humor and terrifying suspense remain undiminished by time." - Chicago Tribune

DATEFriday 1/25Saturday 1/26Sunday 1/27
5:30 pm
7:45 pm
1:00 pm
6:00 pm
5:00 pm

Our KUBRICK: 20 YEARS ON series wraps up with his penultimate film, a raw two-act meditation on American militarism that stands among (and yet somehow apart from) the greatest war movies ever made.

"Full Metal Jacket, ice and wildfire, order and chaos, is intellectual war, hard thought." - Washington Post

DATESaturday 1/26Sunday 1/27
3:15 pm
8:00 pm
2:00 pm

Join us as we observe International Holocaust Remembrance Day by participating in a worldwide screening event presenting Roberta Grossman's documentary Who Will Write Our History, adapted from the popular book about truth & resistance in the Warsaw Ghetto. This single-screening event will be followed by a group discussion led by Holocaust scholar & UT professor Helene Sinnreich.

DATESunday 1/27
7:30 pm

COMING SOON

Our 90s nostalgia kick continues with the screen debut of teen comedy duo Keenan & Kel, who outdid their older peers (and Keenan's future coworkers) at SNL by successfully translating an infectious sketch into a film that's become a comforting comedy classic for people of a certain age.

"Anyone who doesn't smile is probably either too adult to count or too dead to care." - Washington Post

Comedian Rudy Ray Moore's outrageous 1975 creation has become a cornerstone of the Blaxploitation genre,…

We'd be remiss if we let everyone's favorite made-up holiday slip by without presenting Harold Ramis' 1993 classic, arguably the funniest PG comedy ever made.

"A comic time warp anyone should be happy to get stuck in." - Time Magazine

SPECIAL EVENTS

Our monthly Enjoy The Silents film series continues with the nearly feature-length first chapter of the epic, cliffhanger-laden Fantômas crime serial that ushered in a new phase in cinema's takeover of French culture. (Local film historian and series curator Kelly Robinson will provide an introduction prior to the film.)

DATEWednesday 1/23
7:30 pm

Tennessee Archive of Moving Image and Sound's audience-favorite monthly series continues, as TAMIS digs deep in their vaults to present a selection of music performance film and videos from the 1930s to the 2000s! This event is FREE and open to the public.

DATEThursday 1/24
7:30 pm

Join us as we observe International Holocaust Remembrance Day by participating in a worldwide screening event presenting Roberta Grossman's documentary Who Will Write Our History, adapted from the popular book about truth & resistance in the Warsaw Ghetto. This single-screening event will be followed by a group discussion led by Holocaust scholar & UT professor Helene Sinnreich.

DATESunday 1/27
7:30 pm