In cooperation with the Friends of Modern Art (FOMA), 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.
The FIA Theater is now open. 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.
|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|
A Most Beautiful Thing
Film Screening | December 2 • 5:30p
Panel Discussion | December 4 • 2p
Suggested donation – $5.00
Enjoy an evening with Communities First, Inc., full of food, art, and a great film, A Most Beautiful Thing.
Directed by award-winning filmmaker and Olympic rower Mary Mazzio, A Most Beautiful Thing chronicles the first African American high school rowing team in the country. The team was made up of young men, many of whom were in rival gangs from the West Side of Chicago, who came together to row in the same boat, a fantastic story based on the memoir of Arshay Cooper.
Doors open at 5:30p for dinner, and the film begins at 6:45p.
The panel discussion following the film will be on Saturday, December 4 at 2p.