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.
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 FSU ID, $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.
After twenty years of being separated from his family in India, Saroo (Dev Patel) utilizes Google Earth to track down his hometown. This film also stars Nicole Kidman as his adopted mother and Rooney Mara as his girlfriend.
PG-13 | 118 min | 2016
James McAvoy. He played a fuan in the Narnia franchise, a mutant in the X-Men franchise, and even a gnome in Gnomeo & Juliet. But in M. Night Shyamalan’s new thriller he plays a man struggling with 23 different personalities who kidnaps three teenage girls. You’ll see a side to him you’ve never seen before; 23 to be exact! Eat your heart out Wolverine!
PG-13 | 117 min | 2016
Fri | Apr 28 | 2:00 PM
Free to public, no tickets required.
Sat | Apr 29 | 7:00PM
Free to public, no tickets required.
Sat | May 6 | 6:00 PM
Tickets required and can be obtained by contacting Emily Burgess at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fri | Apr 28
6:00 PM in the Cyber Café
Join us as we celebrate the end of the month! We will have tons of great games from different generations, and expect impromptu tournaments. We will have Super Smash Bros., Mario Kart, Kirby Air-Ride, and much more!
Creepy worms from space attack a small town in this pulpy sci-fi horror from the director of Guardians of the Galaxy. The town sheriff (Nathan Fillion) and the wife of an infected citizen (Elizabeth Banks) fight off every disgusting little critter before they go past the town’s border. Free to the general public.
R | 95 min | 2006
Sun | Apr 30
Film club doesn’t just sit around and watch movies. We write, direct, produce, cast, edit, and act in all our films. Come join us as we premiere our spring semester films, produced entirely by students like you! Free to the general public.
Written and directed by Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Scott Pilgrim vs the World). Starring Ansel Elgort, Lily James, and Jon Hamm. Advanced Screening passes are now available at the ASLC Info Desk. Passes are required for entry, but do not guarantee you a seat. Open to the general public.
113 min | 2017
Sun – Fri | May 21 – 26
From the mind of Jordan Peele comes this classic new horror film about what happens when a young African American man meets his white girlfriend’s family at their luxurious estate. Revealing anything more would spoil the incredible twists and turns of this movie. All that’s left to say is this: get out, and see Get Out.
R | 104 min | 2017
Tue – Fri | May 30 – June 2
Sam’s high school graduation is right around the corner and everything seems to be going well for herself and her group of friends. That is, until she gets in a terrible car accident one day. And then repeats that same day over and over again. And then repeats that same day over and over again. And then repeats that same day over and over again.
PG-13 | 98 min | 2017
Sun – Thu | June 4 – 8
In a world full of crime and injustice, where everything is awesome, one caped crusader made of blocks (Will Arnett) will fight back. But that’s not all that’s on his plate. He’s also got a brand new adopted sidekick (Michael Cera) to take care of now. This is the real Batman and Robin movie you’ve always wanted to see, and it even has LEGOs.
PG | 104 min | 2017
Fri | June 9
25 years after the verdict in the Rodney King trial sparked several days of protests, violence and looting in Los Angeles, LA 92 immerses viewers in that tumultuous period through stunning and rarely seen archival footage. Directed by Oscar winners Dan Lindsay and TJ Martin, the film looks at the events of 1992 from a multitude of vantage points, bringing a fresh perspective to a pivotal moment that reverberates to this day. Free to the general public.
114 min | 2017