All movies are only $2 for the UC Community with your UC I.D. and $4 for the general public.
Call 556-FILM for movie showtimes.
Grab your theater favorites at the MainStreet Cinema concession stand. Whether you're looking for freshly-made popcorn, a sweet candy treat, or an ice cold drink, we have you covered!
- Popcorn: $1.50
- Snacks: $1.50
- Soda: $1.50 (plus tax)
- Gatorade: $1.65 (plus tax)
*Diversity & Inclusion Series - FREE showing
|*Paris is Burning
|Thursday, April 16
A chronicle of New York's drag scene in the 1980s, focusing on balls, voguing and the ambitions and dreams of those who gave the era its warmth and vitality.
|*Call Me Kuchu
|Tuesday, April 7
At a time when Ugandan lawmakers have proposed a bill to make homosexuality punishable by death, filmmakers Katherine Fairfax Wright and Malika Zouhali-Worrall profile the country's first openly gay man and a religious leader who have put their lives on the line to fight for equality.
|Tuesday, April 14
The 1977 Broadway musical returns to the big screen with this Overbrook Entertainment/Sony Pictures production surrounding a 10-year-old Harlem foster child (played by Beasts of the Southern Wild's Quvenzhané Wallis) taken in by a calculating billionaire (Jamie Foxx) who's campaigning to be mayor.
|Tuesday, April 21
|Friday, April 24
Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle's pinpoint accuracy saves countless lives on the battlefield and turns him into a legend. Back home to his wife and kids after four tours of duty, however, Chris finds that it is the war he can't leave behind.
|Thursday, April 9
The first film by Duncan Tucker, Transamerica stars Felicity Huffman as a pre-operative transsexual named Bree (whose given name was Stanley). One week before going under the knife, Bree learns that she fathered a boy who is now 17 and is in trouble with the law. Bree would like to ignore this information, but is forced to meet the young man, Toby, by her analyst Margaret, who will not allow the surgery to happen unless Bree meets him and confronts this aspect of her past.
|Thursday, April 23||7:30 p.m.|
Inspired by actual events, director Matthew Warchus' Pride details the unlikely friendship forged between a small community of striking miners in Wales and the London-based gay-and-lesbian activists who raise funds to feed their families in the summer of 1984.
|*But I'm a Cheerleader
|Friday, April 10
In this satire, parents who are worried that their children might not be walking the straight and narrow path discover a rehabilitation camp designed to curb alternative lifestyles.
|Friday, April 17
At a point in time when bullying in America has reached epidemic proportions, Emmy-winning director Lee Hirsch invites viewers to spend a year in the lives of students and parents who contend with public torment and humiliation on a daily basis.