Looking for an excuse to check out interesting cinema on the big screen? The New Florida Cinema loves our audience and loves joining with them to check out the best films and cinema experiences around. In addition to our Florida made short film screenings, our first year was filled with a lot of great movies and movie meetups. This trailer celebrates our first year of watching movies together. Thank you everyone who joined us in experiencing all these films. “A Cure For Wellness” at the Regal Hollywood (February 20th, 2017 - Sarasota, FL) “Waiting For Guffman” at The Players Theatre (March 24th, 2017 - Sarasota, FL) “The Neighborhood Roadshow 2017” at The Parkway 8 Cinemas (April 26th, 2017 - Sarasota, FL) “Baby Driver” at Lakewood Ranch Cinemas (June 28th, 2017 - Sarasota, FL) "Young Frankenstein" at the Tampa Theater (July 23rd, 2017 - Tampa, FL) "The Greatest Show on Earth" at the Sarasota Opera House (August 18th, 2017 - Sarasota, FL) "Night of the Living Dead: SRQ Edition” at the Parkway 8 Cinemas (October 25th, 2017 - Sarasota, FL) “The Florida Project” at the Regal Hollywood (November 9th, 2017 - Sarasota, FL) “The Greatest Showman” at the AMC Bradenton 20 (December 20th, 2017 - Bradenton, FL) “Darkest Case Marathon” at the Parkway 8 Cinemas (January 24th, 2017 - Sarasota, FL) Like us on Facebook for info on future Movie Meetups and to join us for our Short Film screenings of Florida made films.
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NEW FLORIDA CINEMA MOVIE MEETUP HEY, STOP STABBING ME! - https://www.facebook.com/events/2027050900949759/ DATE: Wednesday, April 25th, 2018 TIME: 7:00PM PRICE: FREE (Donations accepted to support future NFC screenings) LOCATION: Parkway 8 Cinemas (6300 N Lockwood Ridge Rd, Sarasota, FL 34243) Looking for an excuse to check out interesting cinema on the big screen? Join fellow move-makers and movie-lovers Wednesday, April 25th for the 15th anniversary screening of the American cult classic "Hey, Stop Stabbing Me!" Hey, Stop Stabbing Me! is the story of Herman Schumacher (Patrick Casey) and his new post-collegiate life. After school ends Herman finds life a lot harder than he thought. He needs to find a place to live, a job, and new friends. The first two are solved surprisingly easy when he unknowingly moves into a house with a serial killer to fill one of the many vacancies and then gets a job as a "World Historian" which mainly consists of digging holes in an empty field. Throw in crazy roommates and a sock stealing monster for good measure and wackiness ensues. Directed by: Worm Miller Written by Patrick Casey Worm Miller Starring: Patrick Casey Andy 'Hippa' Kriss Maria A. Morales N. David Prestwood Sean Hall Matt Sell Join the New Florida Cinema in experiencing the theatrical premiere of "Hey, Stop Stabbing Me!" on the 15th anniversary of it's original release. The show starts at 7:00pm. The event is free but donations are encourage to support future New Florida Cinema screenings.
COME OUT TO WATCH GEORGE ROMERO'S SEMINAL ZOMBIE CLASSIC PRESENTED WITH EXCLUSIVE NEW FLORIDA CINEMA FOOTAGE AND SPOOKY SHORT FILMS NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD: SRQ EDITION DATE: Wednesday, October 25th, 2017 TIME: 7:00PM PRICE: $5 donation recommended (but if you can't afford that, come anyway) LOCATION: Parkway 8 Cinemas (6300 N Lockwood Ridge Rd, Sarasota, FL 34243) Celebrate the Halloween season and join the New Florida Cinema at 7PM on Wednesday, October 25th by watching the American classic "Night of the Living Dead" on the big screen. Whether this is your first or hundreth time seeing the film, come out for a night of fun and scares. Please note: The New Florida Cinema will present "Night of the Living Dead" with minor alterations as a way to localize and experiment with this public domain film for our viewers. The film will be presented in the highest quality possible and any alterations are intended to be respectful of the original feature. The changes are designed to be in the spirit of the film and may possibly go unnoticed by all but the most die hard "Night of the Living Dead" fans. The impact of George A. Romero's "Night of the Living Dead" on cinema history is immeasurable and the film is credited with birthing modern horror zombies and providing 60's era social critique that is still relevant to this day. Screening before the feature will be a brief cartoon, the short film "Death of the Maiden" by Rylie Dexter and the horror comedy "Chomp" from Lynne Hansen. We hope to see you at the show on October 25th at the Parkway 8. visit http://newfloridacinema.org for details on our projects and future film screenings. For more information about "Night of the Living Dead" and it's impact in the public domain checked out this informative video from kaptainkristian - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UI1kqlt4vkA
A man with a Hollistic Pet Food sign, who off camera said he is a Democrat, said that he is supporting Trump, and said has no idea what party Bernie Sanders is running on, plows into Bernie Sanders supporters today at a Bernie Sanders Honk & Wave at Parkway 8 Cinema Sarasota.
The dean of students at a private school in Tennessee has been charged after cops say he struck a man on a bicycle Saturday before driving off in a heart-stopping moment captured on video. Tyler Noe was riding his bike on the scenic Natchez Trace Parkway when he was struck by a Volvo driven by Marshall Grant Neely III, 58, who is the dean of students at the nearby University School of Nashville. As Noe tried to regain composure, the Volvo that hit him disappears into the distance.
Focusing on short films and videos from Gulf Coast Florida and beyond, The New Florida Cinema presents theatrical showings of short films, series and videos in a fun an supportive atmosphere. See trailers of up and coming films, participate in Q&As with filmmakers and occasionally view films from around the country and world. The New Florida Cinema meets monthly at the Parkway 8 Cinemas and elsewhere to support and encourage Florida Filmmakers to work, share and experience Cinema together.
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April 26th, 2017, come out to the Parkway 8 Cinemas to view the Neighborhood all together on the big screen. 7pm start time. Check out http://newfloridacinema.org for more info.