In cooperation with the Friends of Modern Art, the FIA Theater presents quality independent, international, and classic films that otherwise would not be seen in the Flint area. Films are screened every weekend in the comfort of plush theater-style seating and a state-of-the-art sound system.
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December 6, 7, 8
(Austria/U.S., 2013) Directed by Jem Cohen, 107 min., subtitled, not rated
When a Vienna art museum guard befriends an enigmatic visitor, the grand museum becomes a mysterious crossroads that sparks explorations of the pair's lives, of the city, and how art reflects the world. "A strange and moving work of art," says The New York Times.
December 13, 14, 15
(U.K./U.S., 2013) Directed by Jerusha Hess, 97 min., rated PG-13
Napoleon Dynamite co-director/co-screenwriter Jerusha Hess makes her solo directorial debut with a romantic comedy about a Pride and Prejudice-obsessed woman (Keri Russell) whose life is changed when she visits an English resort for Jane Austen fans. Jane Seymour and Jennifer Coolidge co-star in what The Guardian calls "smart and surprisingly literate."
December 20, 21, 22
(U.S., 2013) Directed by Gabriela Cowperthwaite, 83 min., rated PG-13
This impassioned documentary chronicles the captivity of the killer whale Tilikum, who was involved in the deaths of three people, and the impact of keeping such creatures in captivity.
The Best of FOMA
It's the new monthly Thursday night series showing classic titles
you might have missed
or should see again.
(U.S., 2008) Directed by Courtney Hunt, 97 min., rated R
Melissa Leo earned a Best Actress Oscar nomination as a troubled mother who, desperate to earn money, becomes involved in a smuggling scheme along the New York-Quebec border. This was a FOMA series selection in 2008.