Virtual Cinema

ENJOY

Virtual Movie Screenings

At Home!

Stay CENTERED with Cinema!

Support USCB Center for the Arts!

Want to still enjoy CFA movie nights? Have your own personal movie party and watch a film in our Virtual Screening Room!

We have partnered with our friends and several independent distributors to bring some excellent films to your home while we are closed.

This is another great way to support CFA during this difficult time. 50% of all movie sales will go to the Center for the Arts!

Visit our Facebook page and website each week for new and exciting movies.

We miss you and hope you all are safe! We can't wait to see you all very soon!

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR SUPPORT! Enjoy the magic of the movies and stay CENTERED with the ARTS!  

Instructions

All you need is a SMART TV, phone, tablet or computer and simply click on the 'Rent Movie' link below.  The link will prompt you how to enjoy your movie from home. Thank you for your support! Enjoy!

Amulet 

a film by Romola Garai

Written and directed by Romola Garai, AMULET explores the story of Tomaz, an ex-soldier from an unnamed foreign conflict, living in strained circumstances in London. Haunted by his past, he is offered a place to stay in a decaying, claustrophobic house, inhabited by an enigmatic young woman and her dying mother. As he starts to fall for his new companion, Tomaz cannot ignore his suspicion that something insidious might also be living alongside them. 

 

Immediately following the film there will be a pre-recorded discussion between filmmaker Romola Garai and The Future of Film is Female’s Caryn Coleman. This conversation is exclusive to virtual cinema and in-theater engagements.

Run Time: 1h 39m

The Fight 

a film by Elyse Steinberg

At this defining moment in American history, THE FIGHT follows a scrappy team of heroic ACLU lawyers in an electrifying battle over abortion rights, immigrant rights, LGBTQ rights and voting rights. From the directors of WEINER, and winner of the U.S. Documentary Special Jury Award for Social Impact Filmmaking at this year’s Sundance. 

 

“Inspiring and informative. Frankly, it’s nice to see David beating Goliath on the big screen.”

– Beandra July, Hollywood Reporter 

 

Includes exclusive post-film discussion between producer Kerry Washington and the ACLU lawyers featured in the film.

Run Time: 1h 36m

Out Stealing Horses

A film by Hans Petter Moland. Based on the novel by Per Petterson

Adapted from the bestselling novel, OUT STEALING HORSES follows 67-year-old Trond (Stellan Skarsgård) in the winter of 1999, still grieving the death of his wife as he retires to a solitary life in the Norwegian woods. Trond prepares to welcome the new millennium alone, until a chance encounter with his only neighbor, Lars, rekindles dormant memories from the summer of 1948—the summer Trond grew up. 

 

“A hugely accomplished meditation on life, guilt and responsibility.” – Deborah Young, Hollywood Reporter 

 

Includes exclusive post-film discussion between director Hans Petter Moland and Stellan Skarsgård.

Run Time: 2h 2m

The Tobacconist

a film by Nikolaus Leytner

Seventeen-year-old Franz journeys to Vienna to apprentice at a tobacco shop. There he meets Sigmund Freud (Bruno Ganz), a regular customer, and over time the two very different men form a singular friendship. When Franz falls desperately in love with the music-hall dancer Anezka, he seeks advice from the renowned psychoanalyst, who admits that the female sex is as big a mystery to him as it is to Franz. As political and social conditions in Austria dramatically worsen with the Nazis' arrival in Vienna, Franz, Freud, and Anezka are swept into the maelstrom of events. Each has a big decision to make: to stay or to flee?

Run Time: 1h 53m

John Lewis: Good Trouble

A film by Dawn Porter

Using interviews and rare archival footage, John Lewis: Good Trouble chronicles Lewis' 60-plus years of social activism and legislative action on civil rights, voting rights, gun control, health-care reform and immigration. Using present-day interviews with Lewis, now 79 years old, Porter explores his childhood experiences, his inspiring family and his fateful meeting with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in 1957. In addition to her interviews with Lewis and his family, Porter's primarily cinéma verité film also includes interviews with political leaders, Congressional colleagues, and other people who figure prominently in his life.

Run Time: 1h 36m

Shirley

The film is directed by Josephine Decker with a screenplay by Sarah Gubbins. 

Based on the novel, Shirley, by Susan Scarf Merrell.

​Renowned horror writer Shirley Jackson is on the precipice of writing her masterpiece when the arrival of newlyweds upends her meticulous routine and heightens tensions in her already tempestuous relationship with her philandering husband. The middle-aged couple, prone to ruthless barbs and copious afternoon cocktails, begins to toy mercilessly with the naïve young couple at their door.

Run Time: 1h 47m

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