Movies are FREE for FSU students with valid FSU ID, $5 for general admission, and $3 for FSU Faculty/Staff and Tallahassee Film Society members.
Located in the heart of FSU’s campus as a satellite of Oglesby Union, the Askew Student Life Center houses a number of exciting and important student services.
The 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 to midnight movies.
Our box office, concessions, and The Grindhouse accept both cash and card, but we do not accept FSU Cash or FlexBucks.
This documentary brings Hollywood’s premier composers together to give viewers a privileged look inside the musical challenges and creative secrecy of the world’s most widely known music genre: the film score. Director Matt Schrader will introduce the film and do a Q&A following the event. This screening is presented by Opening Nights Performing Arts at FSU, free for FSU students, and followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker. The Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers is a program of South Arts. This screening is supported in part by a grant from South Arts in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.
PG | 93 min | 2016
While trying to romance the girl of his dreams, Manolo, a bullfighter with the heart of a musician, is sent on a journey through the afterlife to gain back his love & the traditions of his family. Featuring the voices of Diego Luna, Channing Tatum, & Zoe Saldana. Free to the general public and part of the Cinehassee Film Festival. PG | 95 min | 2014
Want to play music, dance, make people laugh, or read your own original writing to an audience? Come show off your talents at our monthly Open Mic Night! Sign-up the day of the event at the info desk. We ask all performers to please be respectful. Our goal is to cultivate an environment that is safe and inclusive for everyone.
Based on a graphic novel of the same name, the film encapsulates the rigor of a ballet dancer’s life. As a young woman dancing in Moscow, Polina faces a strict regimen of ballet lessons. When she falls in love with a French dancer and moves to France, her perception of dance and herself changes.
108 min | 2016
IMDB | Trailer
Director and writer Rebecca Carpenter’s film hits a personal cord as she delves into the aftermath of the shocking revelation that her father, Green Bay Packer running back Lewis Carpenter, suffered from Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE). Features Bennet Omalu, Mike Ditka, Ann McKee and others. Free to the general public and sponsored by CCI.
89 min | 2017
We know Super Smash Bros aren’t the only fighting games around. We always have games like Street Fighter V, Arms, Rivals of Aether and Pokken available to play. No console left behind and no game either!
After not seeing each other for years after their college graduation, a group of four lifelong friends reunites in New Orleans in order to attend the Essence Music Festival and rekindle their sisterhood. Hijinks ensue after long nights of partying and bad decisions. Starring Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, Tiffany Haddish, and Regina Hall. Free for FAMU students!
R | 122 min | 2017
Join us for a monster-mash at the SLC! The night starts off with the The Fly (1958) and ends with The Invisible Man (1933). Experience these classic thrillers back to back, starring Vincent Price and Claude Rains! There will be a 10 minute intermission. Free to the general public.
94 & 71 min | 1958 & 1933
This Final Friday isn’t like the others. Ubisoft is supplying us with multiple copies of Assassin’s Creed: Origins for everyone to test out just days after its release! Not a fan of the franchise? We will also be demoing many of Ubisoft’s other amazing games like Rayman Legends, Just Dance, Watch Dogs, and Far Cry.
Welcome to Platform 9 ¾! Darn your wizard’s robes and meet us in the 101s for a costume contest, Wizard’s Chess, Lego Harry Potter, and more!
“The boy who lived” starts his journey at Hogwarts and meets his lifelong friends Ron and Hermione. Relive the magic on the big screen as their find their beginnings in the wizarding world of wonder. Marching Chiefs will perform before! Co-sponsored by International Programs.
PG | 152 min | 2001
Sun | Oct 29
After the passing of their beloved mother, Jewish adult siblings Dorona, Netanel, and Shai discover their actual father may be their mother’s long-ago Algerian lover and not the man who raised the trio as his own. These siblings are off to a journey that is going to change their lives. Free food, refreshments, entertainment, a photo booth, and calligraphy!
NR | 118 min | 2015
Mon | Oct 30
From her childhood bedroom in the Chicago suburbs, an American teenage girl uses social media to run the revolution in Syria. Armed with Facebook, Twitter, Skype and cameraphones, she helps her social network in Damascus and Homs brave snipers and shelling in the streets of one of the most brutal dictatorships.
NR | 74 min | 2013