Our local multiplexes consistently offer the latest mainstream releases, but Athens also boasts a state-of-the-art arthouse cinema, CinÃ©, which hosts periodic film festivals and film forums. On the UGA campus, the Tate Center and Georgia Museum of Art offer films ranging from Hollywood blockbusters to foreign films and documentaries. Consult the current Flagpole or www.flagpole.com for movie listings around town, times, descriptions and reviews. The Flagpole Film Notebook column also highlights local movie news and screenings.
2025 Baxter St. â€¢ 706-613-3650 â€¢ www.clarke.public.lib.ga.us
The public library regularly features the iFilms series, which includes documentaries, foreign and independent films.
234 W. Hancock Ave. â€¢ Downtown â€¢ 706-353-3343 â€¢ www.athenscine.com
CinÃ© screens all types of films from new mainstream and independent releases to classic and foreign films. Film festivals with related events and speakers are common.
Georgia Museum of Art
90 Carlton St. â€¢ UGA Campus â€¢ 706-542-GMOA â€¢ www.uga.edu/gamuseum/calendar/films.html
The museum screens various types of films, with documentaries and films of local interest topping the list.
The Tate Student Center
45 Baxter St. â€¢ UGA Campus â€¢ 706-542-6396 â€¢ www.uga.edu/campuslife/movies.html
This campus theater usually screens mainstream blockbusters. Various on-campus film festivals (French, Japanese, Italian, etc.) also screen throughout the year.
Beechwood Stadium 11 Cinemas
196 Alps Rd. â€¢ 706-546-1011 â€¢ www.georgiatheatrecompany.com
1570 Lexington Rd. â€¢ 706-354-0016 â€¢ www.carmike.com
Georgia Square Value Cinemas 5
3710 Atlanta Hwy. â€¢ 706-548-3426 â€¢ www.georgiatheatrecompany.com
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