• Brokeback Mountain

    Brokeback Mountain

    Based on the short story by Annie Proulx and directed by Ang Lee (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon), this Academy Award winning film follows the powerful story of two cowboys (Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal) and how the strength of their relationship is tested through different times in their lives.

  • Open Mic Night

    Open Mic Night

    Want to play music, dance, make people laugh, or read your own original writing to an audience?  Come show off your talents at our monthly Open Mic Night! Sign-up the day of the event at the Info Desk.

  • Forbidden

    Forbidden: Undocumented and Queer in Rural America

    When Moises Serrano was just a baby, his parents risked everything to flee Mexico and make the perilous journey across the desert in search of the American dream. Growing up in the rural south where he is forbidden to live and love, Moises sees only one option — to fight for justice. Moises and the director, Tiffany Rhynard, will join us for a conversation after the screening. Free to the public and sponsored by the School of Dance, the Center for Global Engagement, the Center for Leadership and Social Change, the President’s Diversity and Inclusion Mini Grant, FSU College of Law, and Hispanic Graduate Student Association.

  • Mysterious Skin

    Mysterious Skin

    A teenage hustler (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and a young teen, obsessed with aliens, who believes he was abducted intersect paths that will forever change their minds. Viewer Discretion is advised.

  • Tallahassee Film Festival

    Join other film enthusiasts and filmmakers for a weekend long celebration of the art of cinema as we showcase feature films and shorts from around the world, representing a variety of genres. For more info, visit!

  • The Work

    The Work

    Three men journey into Folsom Prison to document a four-day group therapy session amongst incarcerated men and delve into their pasts to explore the idea of rehabilitation for inmates. Winner of the Grand Jury for documentaries at SXSW.

  • Dolores


    Dolores Huerta is among the most important, yet least known, activists in American history. An equal partner in co-founding the first farm workers unions with Cesar Chavez, her enormous contributions have gone largely unrecognized. With intimate and unprecedented access to this intensely private mother to eleven, the film reveals the raw, personal stakes involved in committing one’s life to social change. Free to the general public and co-sponsored by the Hispanic Latino Student Union

  • The Greatest Showman

    The Greatest Showman

    Ladies and gentlemen! Children of all ages! Witness this year’s musical extravaganza following P.T. Barnum and his world-famous circus. Featuring high-flying trapeze, an ensemble of interesting people, and riveting vocal performances that leave audiences speechless, step right up to the Greatest Show on Earth.

  • Blcokers

    Blockers Advance Screening

    Lisa, Hunter, and Mitchell learn that their teenage daughters plan to lose their virginity on prom night. The worried parents soon embark on an all-night quest to stop the girls from sealing the deal. Advanced screening passes are required but do not guarantee entry.

  • Final Friday Gaming Social

    Final Friday Gaming Social

    Join the band, the ROCK BAND! Play on a stage with lights or Just Dance on a projector screen. Anything and everything is possible at this event. With tons of games to choose from, one is bound to strike a chord. All gaming events are free and open to the general public.

  • Late Night Double Feature: Chicago & Moulin Rouge

    Late Night Double Feature: Chicago & Moulin Rouge

    Prepare to see two of the greatest movie musicals back to back at the SLC. Moulin Rouge! follows a young poet who falls for the star of a cabaret show, Satine. Chicago explores the inner works of the fame, scandal, murder and friendship during the Jazz Age.

Askew Student Life Center

Movies are FREE for FSU students with valid FSU ID, $6 for general admission, and $3 for FSU Faculty/Staff and Tallahassee Film Society members. 

Located in the heart of FSU’s campus as a satellite of Oglesby Union, the Askew Student Life Center houses a number of exciting and important student services.

The Student Life Cinema is one of the nation’s leading campus movie programs, featuring movies selected by all-student committees: five to six nights a week of everything from the most recent blockbuster movies to documentaries, indies, and foreign films, to restored cinema classics to midnight movies. 

Our box office, concessions, and The Grindhouse accept both cash and card, but we do not accept FSU Cash or FlexBucks.

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