In cooperation with the Friends of Modern Art (FOMA), the FIA Theater presents quality independent, international, and classic films that otherwise would not be available in the Flint area. Films are screened every weekend in our plush theater-style seating. The theater also features a state-of-the-art sound system.
Tickets are available for purchase online or at the box office. Masks are required in the museum (theater included). Unless indicated on the schedule, screenings are at 7:30p Fridays and Saturdays and 2p Sundays at the FIA. Film titles are subject to change.
Purchase tickets below or at flintarts.eventive.org.
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|Film Admission||Film Sponsors|
|$7 | General Admission||Premiere||Leading Actor|
Mr. & Mrs. Chapin Cook
Dr. & Mrs. Kienan F. Murphy
Ms. Linda L. Pylypiw
|$6 | FIA Members||Screenwriter|
|$5 | FOMA/Film Society Members||Additional|
Public health and safety will be considered in terms of theater capacity and other conditions for in-person screenings.
LATE NIGHT THURSDAYS FIA FILMS
Complimentary Admission | Sponsored by
FIA Theater | June 22 | 6p | Complimentary Admission
(Canada/U.S., 2022) Directed by Chase Joynt, 75 min., not rated
Framing Agnes turns the talk show format inside out in response to the media’s ongoing fascination with trans people. The film breathes life into six previously unknown stories from the archives of the UCLA Gender Clinic in the 1950s.
Exploring Surrealism in Film
FIA Theater | July 27 | 6p | Complimentary Admission
(France, 1930) Directed by Luis Buñuel, 60 min., subtitled, not rated
A surrealist tale of a man and a woman who are passionately in love with each other, but their attempts to consummate that passion are constantly thwarted by their families, the Church, and bourgeois society.
When Art & Music Collide
FIA Theater |August 3 | 6p | Complimentary Admission
(Germany/U.S., 2022) Directed by Brett Morgen, 145 min., PG-13
A cinematic odyssey exploring David Bowie’s creative and musical journey. From visionary filmmaker Brett Morgen and sanctioned by the Bowie estate. This award-winning film features never-before-seen footage.