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  • <center><b>THE EAGLE HUNTRESS</b><br>		MARCH 22-26</center>
    THE EAGLE HUNTRESS
    MARCH 22-26
  • <center><b>1984</b><br>		MARCH 24-30</center>
    GET OUT
    MARCH 24-30
  • <center><b>1984</b><br>		MARCH 24-30</center>
    PATERSON
    MARCH 24-30
  • <center><b>1984</b><br>		MARCH 24-30</center>
    LION
    MARCH 24-30
  • <center><b>1984</b><br>		MARCH 28</center>
    SCIENCE ON SCREEN: ZERO DAYS
    MARCH 28
  • <center><b>1984</b><br>		MARCH 30</center>
    BURN COUNTRY
    MARCH 30
  • <center><b>1984</b><br>		APRIL 4</center>
    1984
    APRIL 4

   
   

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COOLIDGE CORNER THEATRE & SLOAN FOUNDATION

NAT'L EVENING OF SCIENCE ON SCREEN: ZERO DAYS -- TUESDAY MARCH 28

As part of the NATIONAL EVENING OF SCIENCE ON SCREEN, Ciné joins 28 theaters nationwide in presenting unique programming pairing a current, classic, cult, or documentary film with a lively introduction by a notable figure from the world of science, technology, or medicine.

This information packed event will begin with a reception and ‘Safety Bazaar’ featuring local representatives with information on personal preparedness, followed by a screening of Alex Gibney's 2016 cyber-warfare documentary, ZERO DAYS, with guest speakers BETH BURGESS, Emergency Management Coordinator from the ACC Office of Emergency Preparedness, and DR. KANG LI of UGA’s Computer Science Department, who will be on hand for a panel discussion after the film.

ABOUT THE FiLM: Delve deep into the burgeoning world of digital warfare in this documentary thriller from Academy Award winning filmmaker ALEX GIBNEY. A black ops cyber-attack launched by the U.S. and Israel on an Iranian nuclear facility unleashed malware with unforeseen consequences. The Stuxnet virus infiltrated its pre-determined target only to spread its infection outward, ultimately exposing systemic vulnerabilities that threatened the very safety of the planet.

For the first time, the film tells the complete story of Stuxnet, known as a "worm" for its ability to burrow from computer to computer on its own. This is the most comprehensive accounting to date of how a clandestine mission hatched by two allies with clashing agendas opened forever the Pandora's Box of cyberwarfare.

SHOWTIMES:  6:30p -- SAFETY BAZAAR  |  7:30p -- SCREENING -- TUE 3/28

   

DOCUMENTARY: JERUSALEM IS PROUD TO PRESENT -- MONDAY MARCH 27

NITZAN GILADY, a producer, director, and scriptwriter from Israel, will be in Athens for a special screening of his documentary, JERUSALEM IS PROUD TO PRESENT, following the drama of staging an LGBT parade in 2008 that was opposed by orthodox Jews, evangelical Christians, as well as conservative Muslims.

Gilady is currently a visiting filmmaker at Emory University. His visit is made possible by the Consulate General of Israel in Atlanta plus funding from the Department of Theatre and Film Studies and the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts. The screening will be introduced by Mr. Gilady and there will be a Q&A following the movie.

SHOWTIMES:  7:30p -- MON 3/27  |  ADMISSION: FREE!

   
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Join us each Wednesday night for MEMBER NIGHT, featuring a social hour with specialty cocktails from 6:30p-7:30p, and discounted admission for all shows!

FILM ADMISSION (WITH VALID MEMBER ID):  $6.50 - MATINEES  |  $7.50 - EVENING

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BAD MOVIE NIGHT: DEADLY TWINS -- WEDNESDAY MARCH 29

Celebrating the very worst that cinema has to offer! This month, we double your pleasure with disco-singing twin sisters who inexplicably move to the worst city in Germany with dreams of photographing dogs, working at a bank, and singing in nightclubs, but after being attacked by the nefarious DeRomeo, the girls hatch an incomprehensible scheme to get their revenge in the tasteless times two DEADLY TWINS.

SHOWTIMES:  8:30p -- TUE 3/29  |  ADMISSION: FREE!

   

BURN COUNTRY w/ IAN OLDS, JIM McHUGH & JEFF TOBIAS -- THU MARCH 30

Join us for a special presentation of BURN COUNTRY, followed by a video Q&A with filmmaker IAN OLDS and soundtrack musicians and former Athenians JIM McHUGH and JEFF TOBIAS, moderated by DAVE MARR.

Starring Dominic Rains, Melissa Leo, and James Franco, this independent thriller follows a former war correspondent in Afghanistan who returns to the U.S. and settles in a small town in Northern California, where he lands a job with the local newspaper on the crime beat, but he quickly realizes the bohemian area has some secrets that certain people do not want disturbed.

SHOWTIMES:  8:00p -- THU 3/30

   

ERIN ESPELIE and THE LANTHANIDE SERIES -- THURSDAY MARCH 30

ERIN ESPELIE (University of Colorado, Boulder) will present her LANTHANIDE SERIES, a 70-minute experimental documentary about rare earth elements (the lanthanides), black mirrors (from obsidian to iPads), and how technology is reshaping the way we record the present and replay the past. Sponsored by the Department of Theatre and Film Studies, Ideas for Creative Exploration and the Willson Center for Arts and Humanities at UGA.

SHOWTIMES:  8:00p -- THU 3/30  |  ADMISSION: FREE!

   

LEARN TO BLIND TASTE WINE -- FRIDAY MARCH 31

Have you ever seen the movie SOMM? Ever heard of a Master Sommelier? If you have, you may be led to believe that they are super-humans who have the ability to identify a wine's origin just by taste and smell. While they do have that ability, it is not a skill only reserved for the super-humans (or super-tasters) but is a skill anyone can learn.

Join us in the CinéLab to learn how to taste like a Master Sommelier and identify wines by taste and smell, with wine specialist PHILLIP STICE from Specialty Wines Distributors. We will have 5 wines that we will taste and we will educate you on why you are smelling and tasting what you are. No need to RSVP in advance, simply come ready to taste and learn!

TASTING:  6-9p -- FRI 3/31  |  ADMISSION: $10

   
   
 


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EXHIBIT:  MIKE CALWAY-FAGAN -- MARCH 16 - APRIL 20

"roses are blue, violets are blue"

OPENING RECEPTION: THURSDAY MARCH 16 @ 6-8p

   
   
 

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LUNCHTIME YOGA -- MONDAYS AT NOON

MINDFUL FLOW YOGA with ANNIE MARCUM: Annie has been teaching in Athens for four years. Her classes include aspects of mindfulness woven into the practice of vinyasa, which means breath-synchronized movement. Come move and listen to the internal wisdom of breath and body. All levels welcome.

LUNCHTIME YOGA:  12:00p - 1:00p -- MONDAYS   |  $5-10

   
   

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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:   I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO and JULIETA and TONI ERDMANN

READ:  ONLINE ATHENS ARTICLE:  THE EAGLE HUNTRESS

LISTEN:  CINEMA FILE PODCAST

   
   

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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.

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MATINEE MONDAYS: $7.50 matinee pricing for all shows

 

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