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$9.75 evening

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  • <center><b>I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO</b><br>		STARTS FEB 17</center>
    I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO
    STARTS FEB 17
  • <center><b>MOONLIGHT</b><br>		ENCORE STARTS FEB 17</center>
    MOONLIGHT
    ENCORE STARTS FEB 17
  • <center><b>FENCES</b><br>		STARTS FEB 17</center>
    FENCES
    STARTS FEB 17
  • <center><b>OSCAR SHORTS</b><br>		COMING SOON</center>
    OSCAR SHORTS
    COMING SOON
  • <center><b>ELLE</b><br>		COMING SOON</center>
    ELLE
    COMING SOON
  • <center><b>JULIETA</b><br>		COMING SOON</center>
    JULIETA
    COMING SOON

   
 

In honor of Black History Month, join us for three Academy Award Nominated films by African American filmmakers, with special guest speakers and panel discussions -- only at Ciné!

I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO, Raoul Peck's incendiary new documentary envisioning author James Baldwin's unfinished manuscript. Following the 8:15p screening on Thursday, February 23rd, UGA's Institute for African American Studies presents a panel discussion with Ed Pavlic, Professor of English/Creative Writing; Rachel Gabara, Associate Professor of Romance Languages; and Tareva Johnson, Graduate Student in English. Our friends at Avid Bookshops will also be on hand with some of Baldwin's writings on sale.

MOONLIGHT, Barry Jenkins' groundbreaking yet timeless story of human connection and self-discovery. Nsenga Burton, Professor of Journalism and Digital Editor-in-Chief of Grady Newsource, will introduce the 7:00p show this Saturday, February 18th. And following the 8:00p screening on Wednesday, February 22rd, UGA's Institute for African American Studies presents a panel discussion with Ed Pavlic, Professor of English/Creative Writing; Channette Romero, Associate Professor of English; and Valerie Babb, Director of the Institute for African American Studies.

FENCES, Denzel Washington's adaptation of August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play. Freda Scott Giles, Associate Professor of Theatre and the Institute for African American Studies, will introduce the 7:00p show this Friday February 17th.

Click on each film title for trailers and film descriptions. SHOWTIMES & TICKETS

 

 

COMING SOON: FANCY OSCARS DINNER PARTY FUNDRAISER -- SATURDAY FEBRUARY 25

On Oscars weekend, come dressed in your best red carpet attire for a cinematic soiree in support of Athens’ only non-profit art house cinema. Join us for a three-course meal provided by our neighbor, Peter Dale and The National Restaurant, featuring beer pairings from Decatur’s Wild Heaven. Arrive at 6:15p in the CinéLab for cocktails and conversation with a buffet of cured meats, cheeses, and crostinis. The dinner menu below will be served family style at 7:00p. Event co-presented by My Athens.

THE NATIONAL RESTAURANT (1)
bread from Independent with Banner Butter and Georgia olive oil
escarole and radicchio with pecorino and dried currants
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roasted quail over braised cannellini beans, roasted tomato-salsa verde
poached asparagus with deviled egg dressing and baby shrimp
Carolina Gold rice salad with octopus, chickpeas and smoked paprika vinaigrette
beets with pomegranate dressing, almonds, mint and feta
punched sweet potatoes with tahini dressing, SC benne, red onion curtido, cilantro
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Portuguese custard tarts and Condor Chocolates to finish

6:15p -- COCKTAILS  |  7:00p -- DINNER  |   TICKETS: $80 PER PERSON -- AVAILABLE ONLINE

 
We're on deck at ZOMBIE COFFEE & DONUTS for charity of the month - vote for us each time you visit. If chosen, 5% of their monthly proceeds will go to Ciné!
 
   

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MEMBER NIGHT -- EVERY WEDNESDAY

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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EXHIBIT:  WE ARE THE OTHER -- JANUARY 24 - MARCH 5

The Athens Cultural Affairs Commission presents a city-wide exhibit of a photographic project by artist Wing Young Huie at thirteen venues and pop-up locations around Athens. Collectively titled, “We Are the Other: A Photographic Portrait of Athens, Georgia” the more than 100 images displayed will showcase the people Huie documented during his Athens residency in April 2016. Huie will return to deliver a lecture entitled “How Photographs Form Us – What Do You See?”on February 2 at 6:00p, followed by reception.

LECTURE + RECEPTION: THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2 @ 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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MOVIE REVIEWS: ANDREW SHEARER & DREW WHEELER

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:   IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT and THE HANDMAIDEN and ELLE

READ:  ONLINE ATHENS ARTICLE:  UNDER THE SHADOW and THE HANDMAIDEN

LISTEN:  CINEMA FILE PODCAST

   
   

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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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