Remake III - Locally Designed Movie Poster Auction
Thursday, May 18th
Doors Open at 6
Spring is in the air and that means it is time for Cinema Center's annual auction and sale of locally-designed movie posters, it's time for Remake! For our third year, we decided to pay tribute to classic movie franchises and triologies! You will have a chance to bid on framed and signed full-size one sheet posters, rendered and interpreted wonderfully by talented, local artists. The stress of an auction not your thing? Don't worry, we will have smaller prints for sale again this year.
Everything from Alien to the Indiana Jones series, Terminator to Back to the Future, Evil Dead to Man with No Name Trilogy will all be represented at this year's event!
Contributing artists this year include Daniel Dienelt, Kay Gregg, Andrea Atwood, Nate Utesch, Bob Storey, Emma McCarron, Jenn Storey, Jonathan Barker, Ryan Pickard, Ricky Racket, Jeff Anderson, Nick Ferran and many, many more!
Bravas will be on site, so come hungry. We will be providing beer and wine at a cash bar at the event. Admission is $5, secret screening after the event!
Special thanks to Oak Street Health for sponsoring this event and thank you Josef Zimmerman for curating again!
Now there is another great benefit of belonging to the area’s only community-supported, independently programmed, art house movie theater. We are proud to introduce Cinema Center Film Club! On the fourth Sunday of every month, Cinema Center will have a special members only screening of one of our great, full-run films! The best part? This screening is absolutely FREE to all members who attend! You don’t need to do anything additional to be part of the Film Club, just be a current member. Preceding each Film Club showing will be a Members Only Mixer in the Spectator Lounge, where our great community of cinephiles can come together, have a drink from Cinema Center’s excellent selection of beer and wine and discuss all things movies with one another, as well as Cinema Center’s fun and knowledgeable staff.
Have a friend who isn't a Member yet? Bring them along and they can enjoy the screening at Member pricing!
NSFW is the stuff you weren’t supposed to watch as a kid. It’s the stuff you heard someone describe and it sounded so absurd it couldn’t possibly be real. It’s the place where you can see Rowdy Roddy Piper one night and Jack Nicholson the next. Where people in the high-brow got their start in the low-brow. It’s Black & White, Smell-o-Vision, Red, Green, or Purple Tinted, and Technicolor. From Italy, Korea, the UK, North America, Japan. Dubbed, Subtitled, or Barely Audible. This is the Summit City’s showcase of thrillers, horror-shows, comedies, sci-fi head trips, the overshadowed flicks from burgeoning film titans, and the triumphs of the auteurs of sleaze. Welcome to, “Not Safe Fort Wayne”, bringing new and old cult classics to the three rivers!
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Nigel Tufnel Day on 11.11.11 was the occasion for this rockin’, one-time-only party. Cinema Center turned it up to 11 with beer, wine and tiny bread, as Christopher Guest fans turned out for a screening of the hilarious cult classic “This Is Spinal Tap.”