The Askew Student Life Center is located in the heart of FSU’s campus and is home to a number of exciting and important student services.
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 box office, concessions, and The Grindhouse accept both cash and card, but we do not accept FSU Cash or FlexBucks.
Tue – Wed | Dec 6 – 7
7:30 PM and 10:00 PM
This critically acclaimed romance follows the first date of Barack Obama and Michelle Robinson in southside Chicago in the summer of 1989. This election season, send off the current president by watching a movie about how it all began.
Chase those winter (and finals week) blues away with dogs! Featuring the TMH Therapy Animals, de-stressing activities, and free food, there’s everything you need to relax a little before finals week is here.
Thu – Sat | Dec 8 – 10
7:00 PM and 9:30 PM
Frank (Seth Rogen), a hot dog with a bun girlfriend named Brenda (Kristen Wiig), has dreams of being taken home by a customer. However, when Frank discovers his true fate of being eaten, he must team up with the likes of a taco shell, a pita, and a bagel to battle their human enemies. This animated raunchy comedy 10 years in the making also features Michael Cera, Salma Hayek, Bill Hader, and James Franco.
R | 89 min | 2016
Fri | Dec 9
Doors 11:30 PM, Show 12:00 AM
The Japanese film company behind the Godzilla films paid a writer to create a movie like Jaws. Instead of a shark gone wild, they envisioned carnivorous pianos and floating cats haunting a young girl and her friends during their summer vacation. This movie is one incredible, surreal, and especially weird ride. Presented in Japanese with English subtitles.
NR | 88 min | 1977
Thu – Fri | Dec 15 – 16
F1 screenings will be on Thursday, and D1 screenings will be on Friday. Support the FSU Film School! Free to general public. No tickets required.