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Student Life Cinema

FSU's Student Life Cinema is one of the nation's leading campus movie programs, featuring movies selected by all-student committees: five to six nights a week of everything from the most recent blockbuster movies to documentaries, indies, and foreign films, to restored cinema classics. Movies are FREE for FSU students with valid FSUid, $5 for general admission, and $3 for FSU Faculty/Staff and Tallahassee Film Society members.

Our FSU College HFC-U fundraiser kicked off October 2014. Visit our FSU HFCU donation page throughout the year by clicking here.

Upcoming Movies

Under the Skin

Tues & Wed | Oct 21 & 22
7:30PM & 10:15PM
A woman of mysterious origin (Scarlett Johansson) appears in Glasgow. She begins stalking and kidnapping men in this unnerving, mysterious, and visually stunning thriller featuring an out-of-this-world performance by Johansson.

2013 | 108min | R
Trailer | IMDb 

The Fault in Our Stars

Thurs & Sat | Oct 23 & 25
 7:15PM & 10:15PM
Fri | Oct 24
6:00PM & 9:00PM  

Based on the novel by John Green, Hazel (Shailene Woodley) and Gus (Ansel Elgort) journey through love after meeting at a cancer support group. Enjoy this tearjerker with a box of tissues and your best friend!

2014 | PG-13 | 126min
Trailer | IMDb


Thur & Fri | Oct 23 & 24
8:30PM | Phantom Theater

In feudal Japan, the wife and mother of a drafted soldier struggle for survival by murdering wounded warriors. When the wife starts an affair with a neighbor, the mother disguises herself as Demon to break them up. Events spiral out of control in gruesome and startling ways! Free public admission.
1964 | UR | 103min
Trailer | IMDb 

Penultimate Fridays Gaming Social

Fri | Oct 24
6:00PM | Cyber Cafe

Final Fridays hit a POW block and moved up a week!

Trick 'R Treat

Fri | Oct 24
Doors 11:30PM Show 12:00AM

A new entry in the cult horror canon, this anthology film sums up why we love and celebrate Halloween better than any previous attempt. It’s spoopy, it’s creppy, it’s so much fun. Join us before the film to view the winners of our ASLC Midnight Horror Short Film Contest in a preshow on the big screen!

2007 | 82min | R
Trailer | IMDb 

Redemption: The No Kill Revolution In America

Sat | Oct 25

The FSU College of Motion Picture Arts Torchlight Program Screening Series presents this documentary feature about the No Kill Movement in America. For more information visit

2014 | 54min