The 2020-21 Sneak Preview will be available online at flintarts.org from August 25 through September 11. It’s FREE to watch the preview, and you will enjoy:
- Announcements of upcoming titles
- Movie trailers
- Early enrollment in the Film Society*
The preview will premiere at 5:30p, August 25 here, as well as on this page after the premiere.
When the FIA Theater Opens
During governmental restrictions on public gatherings, screenings will be offered online. Film Society ticket holders will be given an access code to watch the films virtually. Please visit flintarts.org to keep informed of any developments.
When permissible to assemble, the FIA Theater seating has been rearranged with appropriate social distancing for up to 70 attendees. Reservations will be required.
Become a Film Society Member
The Friends of Modern Art (FOMA) film series is made possible through support from membership in the FIA Film Society, beginning its eighth year. We invite you to support our great 2019–20 film series by joining today.
For more information, contact the Membership office at 810.234.1695 or email Valarie Bailie.
|$100 Ticketholder (Basic Benefits)|
• 36 transferable tickets good for any screening during the membership year (excludes special series films)
• A monthly “Hello, Film Lovers” newsletter from Ed Bradley, FIA Associate Curator of Film
|$500 Supporting Player & $1,000 Leading Actor/Actress |
• Basic benefits
• Recognition in FIA Magazine, FIA annual report, and film pre-screenings
• A generous tax deduction
• Basic benefits and above
• Listing on film posters
• Logo and link on FIA website
• 72 transferable tickets
|$500 Supporting Player|
|$1000 Leading Actor |
|$2500 Screenwriter |
Join between May 1 & Nov 1, 2020 for our next film season.
Sponsorship does not include films during the Flint Jewish Film Festival, and Arabic Film Series.
Films & Special Film Events
The Happy Prince
Friday, January 29
Location: Virtual Event
(United Kingdom, 2018) Directed by Rupert Everett, 105 min., not rated
During his final days in a cheap Paris hotel room, famed author Oscar Wilde looks back on his life, loves, and failures. Colin Firth, Rupert Everett (as Wilde), and Emily Watson star in a film lauded by the Seattle...