Special Movie Showings

July 30 ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW EU Jacksonville and the 5 Points Theatre are seeking RHPS virgins for the classic late night movie Rocky Horror Picture Show. Come up to the lab and see what’s on the slab. The curious will be rewarded. Get out your fishnets and get caught in the Time Warp at the 5 Points Theatre beginning at 11 pm. You’ll shiver in antici…pation and we’ll toast your arrival. Check www.folioweekly.com for more developments.
5 Points Theatre
Thru July 8 EXIT THROUGH THE GIFT SHOP (review at www.folioweekly.com)
July 2 – 8 PLEASE GIVE (starring Catherine Keener)
July 9 – 23 SOLITARY MAN (starring Michael Douglas)
July 23 THE GIRL WHO PLAYED WITH FIRE (sequel to Girl with the Dragon Tattoo)

Late Night Movies at 5 Points
July 2 at 11 pm ANCHORMAN (also July 4 at 3 pm)
July 9 at 11 pm BRAZIL
July 16 at 11 pm PURPLE RAIN
July 23 at 11 pm THE BIG LEBOWSKI (also July 25 at 3 pm)
July 30 at 11 pm ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (Presented by EU Jacksonville)
The 5 Points Theatre will be showing classic kids’ movies this summer on Fridays at 2 pm and Wednesdays at 10 am, tickets are $5 for children and adults. Call 359-0047 or visit www.5pointstheatre.com for more information.
July 16 TREACHEROUS Jacksonville resident Jana Bradley has written and directed her first independent film, Treacherous. She partnered with award winning film crew, 3:16 Productions out of Orlando to film this movie. The story is about the long time friendship between Khouri Baxter (Kimberly Grant) and Saighe Baldwin (Alisha May) and Justice Evans (John W. Sloan, Jr.) who seduces both women. “It is a story of loss and redemption; self degradation and reclamation of self worth,” says Bradley. The music for the film was donated by local independent artists. You can see the trailer at www.treacherousthemovie.com. Treacherous will premiere at the Friday Musicale Auditorium (645 Oak St) on Friday, July 16 at 8 pm. Tickets are $25.
Movies at Main Film Series Enjoy free showings of the movies you love on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays each month at 5:45 pm in the Main Library’s Hicks Auditorium. July 8 – THE MUSIC MAN, July 22 – BACK TO THE FUTURE. http://jpl.coj.net/progs/main/movies-at-main.html
July 10 Monthly meeting of the Leave ‘em Laughing Tent Laurel & Hardy film to be screened at this meeting Air Raid Wardens (1943). Pablo Creek Branch Library, 13295 Beach Blvd. (between Kernan and Hodges Blvds.), 4 to 5:30 pm. Info: Steve Bailey, 246-0312, leaveemlaughing.moviefever.com
July 10 Best of the 48 Hour Film Project Get a chance to see the best of the best from this year’s 48 Hour Film Project. The Florida Theatre will be screening the “Best Of” complete with a swanky VIP party. (7 pm) Tickets $20/adult; $10/student. Additional ticket needed for VIP Reception (6 – 7 pm) Tickets $20/adult; $15/student. Florida Theatre, 355-5661
July 17 Monthly Buster Keaton Silent Film Showings Screenings will consist of Keaton’s solo-debut short subject One Week (1920) followed by Keaton’s masterwork, the Civil War comedy-drama The General (1926), which was voted No. 18 on the American Film Institute’s 2007 list of “Greatest Movies of All Time.” Pablo Creek Branch Library, 13295 Beach Blvd., 4 to 5:30 pm. Info: 246-0312, www.busterkeaton.moviefever.com
July 29 Jacksonville Film Festival’s Reel People – GIMME GREEN Screening followed by Q&A. Gimme Green is a humorous look at the American obsession with the residential lawn and the effects it has on our environment, our wallets and our outlook on life. Lawns are undeniably an American symbol. But what do they really symbolize? Pride and prosperity? Or waste and conformity? 7-9 pm, JFF members: Free, Non members: $10. Museum of Contemporary Art located at 333 N. Laura Street. www.mocajacksonville.org
Summer Movie Classics at the Florida Theatre
The Florida Theatre originally opened in 1927, as Downtown Jacksonville’s fifteenth movie theatre. Now it is the city’s last remaining example of 1920’s fantasy architecture, and is one of only four remaining high style movie “palaces” built in Florida during this period. The theatre underwent a major restoration effort and re-opened its doors in 1983 and is now home to about 200 different events annually. This summer the theatre will again present classic movies on Sunday afternoons. What better location could you find to see a classic movie?
Tickets are $7 for a single admission or you can purchase a Movie Card for $40 allowing you 10 admissions. Movies are shown on Sunday afternoons at 2 pm.
Florida Theatre, 128 E. Forsyth St., 355-2787, www.floridatheatre.com
July 4 How the West Was Won
July 11 The Breakfast Club
July 18 The Godfather
August 1 Aiplane!
August 15 Five Easy Pieces
August 8 Wait Until Dark
August 22 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
August 29 Harvey
September 5 The Birds