Special Showings-October

Sept. 30- Oct. 3 FLAGLER COLLEGE FILM FESTIVAL The inaugural Flagler College Film Festival will take place at various venues in downtown St Augustine. Just some of the films to be screened include: Bart Got a Room, Azur & Asmar, The Art of the Steal, The Cake Eaters, Play the Game, Don Mckay, Gospel Hill, Local Color, Sharkwater and Chops. Tickets: $1-$9 www.flagler.edu/filmfest or call 826-8522.

Oct. 1 PREMIERE OF THE JACKSONVILLE MUSIC VIDEO REVIVAL ROUND TWO EU Jacksonville and Stay Tuned Studios will be premiering the second round of local music videos as part of the Jacksonville Music Video Revival. Round 2 will be shown at the 5 Points Theatre on October 1 during First Fridays from 5- 8 pm. Another great collaboration of Jacksonville musicians and filmmakers. No admission charge. Videos will play continuously 5-8 pm. Read more on page 31.

Oct. 6 JACKSONVILLE MUSIC VIDEO REVIVAL ROUNDS ONE AND TWO Both rounds of the JMVR will be screened during Downtown Art Walk at the Snyder Memorial Church as part of Live! At Snyder, a City of Jacksonville event. EU will be at the Snyder with lots of information on exciting events coming up in Jacksonville and opportunities to win tickets to some great events.

Oct. 9 MONTHLY MEETING OF THE LEAVE ‘EM LAUGHING TENT Laurel & Hardy short subjects to be screened at the meeting include the silent shorts Battle of the Century (1927), You’re Darn Tootin’ (1928), Double Whoopee (1929) and the sound short The Hoosegow (1929).4 to 5:30 pm. Pablo Creek Branch Library, 246-0312, www./leaveemlaughing.moviefever.com

Oct. 13- 16 JACKSONVILLE INTERNATIONAL LGBT FILM FESTIVAL Four days of LGBT films will be screened at the Metro Game Room as part of River City Pride 2010 which begins on Oct. 2 with a parade and wraps up Oct. 17 with a festival at the Riverside Arts Market. For more info go to www.rivercitypride.com.

Oct. 14- 17 8th ANNUAL JACKSONVILLE FILM FESTIVAL The Jacksonville Film Festival is back and has moved to the fall. The festival will be take place at venues in San Marco, Downtown and 5 Points. Films will include both feature length documentary and narrative films as well as industry workshops and panels and parties. For more details see EU’s Jacksonville Film Festival section on pages 21- 24. www.jacksonvillefilmfestival.com

Oct 15 BEST OF JACKSONVILLE MUSIC VIDEO REVIVAL FOLLOWED BY MUSIC IN MOTION PART 2: EVERYDAY SUNSHINE: THE STORY OF FISHBONE As part of the Jacksonville Film Festival, a selection of videos from both rounds of the JMVR will be shown. Afterwards MUSIC IN MOTION, the 2nd in a series of 4 music films w/multi-media presentations will be shown. Everyday Sunshine will be followed by a very special expert guest presenter. Read EU’s review of this film at folioweekly.com. You can also find out about this and other film fest events on pages 21-23 or visit
http://MusicInMotion.eventbrite.com or www.jacksonvillefilmfestival.com. 6 – 9 pm at the 5 Points Theater, 359-0047, www.5pointstheatre.com.

Oct. 22 ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW The 35th anniversary of the cult classic movie will be shown at midnight at the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts along with a variety of Rocky activities leading up to the film. Step out as your favorite Rocky Horror character, practice your Time Warp moves and bring your props to participate! Times-Union Center, Moran Theater, www.makeascenedowntown.com

Oct. 28 GORE-E-OGRAPHY: THE MAKING OF DEATH HARMONY GORE-E-OGRAPHY is a mockumentary about filmmakers struggling to make a low-budget, indie masterpiece, “Death Harmony,” a musical about zombies, vampires and ninjas. Director Anthony Kilburn, teamed up his production company, KillaCozzy Productions, with Mad Cowford Improv to produce the film. Premiere at the Florida Theatre with the Red Carpet Event beginning at 6 pm and the show around 8 pm. Florida Theatre, 355-2787, www.floridatheatre.com, www.gore-e-ography.com

Oct. 30 NIGHT OWL CINEMA HALLOWEEN DOUBLE FEATURE This free outdoor movie series at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre will show The Addams Family and Carrie just in time for Halloween. Show time is 8 pm and concessions are available. St. Augustine Amphitheatre, A1A South, www.staugamphitheatre.com/cinema.php

DOLPHINS & DINOS AT IMAX World Golf Hall of Fame IMAX Theater is the largest in northeast Florida at 6 stories high and 80 feet wide with 12,000 watts of power. Now playing: Dolphins & Whales, Dinosaurs Alive, Ocean Wonderland, Space Station. www.worldgolfimax.com or (904) 940-4133. IMAX at the World Golf Hall of Fame, One World Golf Place in St. Augustine.

The Riverside Arts Market has been tremendously successful, attracting thousands of attendees each Saturday. However, the market is not limited to daytime enjoyment. RAM will show FREE family movies on four Saturday evenings in October with the support of EU Jacksonville, Jacksonville Orthopaedic Institute, Lee & Cates Glass. Movies will begin around 7 pm (or as soon as it is dark enough). A variety of refreshments will be available for purchase. Bring the family for a delighful evening viewing of a film with the backdrop of the Jacksonville skyline along the riverfront. Chairs and blankets are welcome. After each movie the Jacksonville Music Video Revival will be screened so be sure to stick around.

Oct. 2- Up
Oct. 9- Wall-E
Oct. 23- The Wizard of Oz
Oct. 30- Ghostbusters

The festival will kick off on Friday, October 22nd at 7 pm with Creature from the Black Lagoon shown in 3-D with glasses. Some of the selections below are sure to get you creeped out!
Friday, October 22
7 pm- Creature from the Black Lagoon in 3-D
9 pm- La Horde
11 pm- The Beyond

Saturday, October 23
3 pm- The Killing of Jacob Marr 
5 pm- Psycho
7 pm- Suck
9 pm- Evil Dead

Sunday, October 24
3 pm- Creature from the Black Lagoon in 3-D
5 pm- House of the Wolfman
7 pm- Human Centipede
9 pm- Gainesville Ripper

Call or check web for final info & tix: 359-0047, www.5pointstheatre.com.