In the new film Suppressed: The Fight To Vote Robert Greenwald exposes rampant voter suppression that affected the outcome of the 2018 midterm election in Georgia and the threat it poses to our elections all across the nation in 2020.

UGA Creative Writing:
Georgia Poetry Prize Winner Chelsea Dingman (with the UGA Press)

January 29th

DJ Val Jeanty

February 13th


HEAR Film Series

Saturday afternoons in February

HEAR (Holistic Health + Empathy + Accessibility + Recovery) is a partnership between Ciné, Family Counseling Service of Athens, Inc. (FCS) and Nuci’s Space to raise awareness and de-stigmatize mental illness by screening relevant mental wellness-related films and videos for the Athens community every Saturday afternoon in February.  

THE S WORD - February 8th, 12:00pm
A suicide attempt survivor documents the stories of other survivors with courage, insight and humor. Q&A to follow: Mike Rentschler, LAPC, Family Counseling Services of Athens

CARE - February 15th, 12:00pm
Care pulls back the curtain on the poignant and largely hidden world of in-home elder care. Q&A to follow: Marnie Dodd, LCSW and Athens Area Council on Aging. Food Provided Good Shephard Presbyterian Church

GABRIELLE - February 22th, 12:00pm
Gabrielle is a young woman with Williams syndrome who has a contagious joie de vivre and an exceptional musical gift. Q&A to follow: Cyndi White, LPC & ESP, and Brittany Mauzy, LAPC.

THE POWER OF VULNERABILITY - February 29th, 12:00pm
A TED TALK by Brené Brown who studies human connection -- our ability to empathize, belong, love. In a poignant, funny talk, she shares a deep insight from her research, one that sent her on a personal quest to know herself as well as to understand humanity. Panel discussion to follow: Cheran Bodry Stone, LCSW; SAP, John Helmly, LPC; NCC, Tyler Vance with Collegiate Recovery Center UGA.

Upcoming UGA Creative Writing Events:

February 4th
February 12th
February 14th
February 27th

Stay Tuned for details!

12th Annual Athens Jewish Film Festival

March 21–25, 2020
Festival Schedule available soon

The 2020 Athens JFF will comprise a 5-day schedule of films & events for an enhanced festival experience. The festival will begin on March 21 with a Celebratory Gala at the Georgia Museum of Art on the UGA campus. Mama’s Boy will present an exceptional dinner, paired with light adult beverages. After the Gala, we’ll be screening our opening night film—Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles.

Check the AJFF website for more information. Gala and Festival passes available here.


February 6, 2020, 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Couples, Singles, All levels welcome.
Free admission!

Live performances by Athens Tango Project, UGA Salsa Club and DanceFX.


Join us on Tuesday evenings for a social hour from 6:30p-7:30p. Meet up with your fellow members for fellowship and perhaps a cocktail.

Not a member yet? SIGN UP TODAY! and receive admissions for $7 or less depending on membership level.

AADM ROUNDTABLE: Discussing Race, Policing, & Difficult Conversations


Our society is experiencing some turbulent times and community members, parents, teachers, and leaders feel uncomfortable discussing difficult issues surrounding race, racism, sexism, immigration, police brutality and educational equity which only keep us divided. Beginning on January 9, 2019, on the second Wednesday of each month, Athens Anti-Discrimination Movement (AADM) will provide a safe space and platform for citizens to have difficult conversations, ask questions, find solutions and learning from each other's experiences. Hosted by Mokah Speaks Podcast, these sessions will include simulations and hands-on activities through dialogue and face-to-face engagement, with an overall goal to gain mutual understanding, and improve race and community relations. 



The OLLI@UGA CINEMA@CINÉ Special Interest Group meets once month to watch a matinee film together and enjoy a discussion about the film, with refreshments and snacks — the cinema equivalent to a book club.  Join in for an enjoyable evening of cinema, conversation and camaraderie!