ART HOUSE FILMS
at The Warehouse Performing Arts Center
documentaries, indies, foreign films, classics, and more
on the big screen with 5.1 surround sound
The first screening at our new theater is the breathtaking 2015 indie drama, WHIPLASH.
Winner of three Oscars,
and 73 additional global awards
See it on our new 17 ft. screen in 5.1 surround sound.
A young drummer attends a high-end music conservatory where his dreams of greatness are mentored by an instructor who will stop at nothing to realize a student’s potential. This breath-taking film is a study in harsh educational methods– both physical and mental, and the cost of “success” in a highly competitive field.
This low-budget independent film made it to the top of 2014’s acclaimed dramatic films, and is notable for its amazing technical, emotional and narrative innovations.
2014 Russia (in Russian with English subtitles)
Nominated for 2015 Oscar for Best Foreign Film
Winner Golden Globe 2015 for Best Foreign Film
Cannes Film Festival 2014 Selection
Telluride Film Festival 2014 Selection
Toronto Int. Film Festival 2014 Selection
An illuminating look into a country still steeped in its brutal past. –Newsday
Thematically rich, compelling and naturally acted, it begs viewers to consider life in a world where the rules don’t apply to those with power, and where God is either dead or just being ignored. –Dallas Morning News
Kolya (AlexeÏ Serebriakov) lives in a small fishing town near the stunning Barents Sea in Northern Russia. He owns an auto-repair shop that stands right next to the house where he lives with his young wife Lilya (Elena Liadova) and his son Roma (SergueÏ Pokhodaev) from a previous marriage.
The town’s corrupt mayor Vadim Shelevyat (Roman Madianov) is determined to take away his business, his house, as well as his land. First the Mayor tries buying off Kolya, but Kolya unflinchingly fights as hard as he can so as not to lose everything he owns including the beauty that has surrounded him from the day he was born. Facing resistance, the mayor starts being more aggressive…..
Tribeca Film Festival
Sundance Film Festival
Glasgow Film Festival
Irish Film and TV Awards
Sao Paulo Int. Film Festival
“Alive, full of jolts, unexpected bursts of humor and earned emotion.” – Roger Ebert.com
“It is spilling with warmth, humor, color, life.” – The Spectator
“Captures the beauty of an obviously flawed family with remarkable warmth and immediacy.” – Variety
Live Q & A with the director after the film via Skype Video
Oscar-nominated director of RUN & JUMP,
Stephanie Green, will present a live video Skype Q&A from Hollywood, following Saturday’s screening, and discuss the challenges of women directors in today’s film industry.
About the Film:
Run and Jump is an award-winning gem of a modern indie film. Made in gorgeous County Kerry, Ireland, it tells the story of a small-town Irish family in difficult straits, and an uptight visitor from America who rescues both the family and himself.
It is a gripping journey through developments that are comic, tragic, surprising, and immensely fulfilling. Run and Jump is the first feature of director, Stephanie Green, who was born in San Francisco, but spent much of her life in Ireland, with her Irish grandmother, and now divides her time between California and Ireland.
The screenplay is by Irish author Ailbhe Keogan. It stars Will Forte, who did an 8-year stint on Saturday Night Live, and then turned to dramatic film roles with Run and Jump and Nebraska. Respected British stage and screen actress Maxine Peake co-stars.
-SATURDAY AND SUNDAY EVENING FILMS- doors open at 6:15 pm for complimentary wine and cheese reception.
Screenings begin at 7:00 pm. Informal discussion follows films.
$9.00 General admission Students $6.00
Special Events Priced Separately
($1.00 additional fee for payment by credit and debit card)
(7.25% NC sales tax additional)
Studio-C Cinema has moved its primary screening space to The Warehouse Performing Arts Center in Cornelius, North Carolina. After a successful fifteen month partnership with The Cornelius Art Center, we agreed that our rapid growth could not be effectively accommodated in their busy multi-pupose art studio/classroom space.
We therefore have partnered with The Warehouse Performing Arts Center, a five-year old purpose-built theater that can accommodate our expanding schedule. Also, as a finished theater, The Warehouse meets our technical needs of good sight lines, comfortable seating, good acoustics, fully controllable lighting, and efficiencies gained in a permanent, single-purpose theater space.
We are grateful to the town of Cornelius, the Cornelius Parks, Arts, Recreation Culture Department, Jen Crickenberger, director of the Cornelius Art Center, and her entire staff for helping us become a viable community arts institution serving the greater Cornelius and north Charlotte region.
We look forward to a good relationship with the CAC, and assisting them with special screenings. We hope to support them in their role as the area’s premier arts incubator.
Studio C Cinema c/o The Warehouse PAC
9216-A Westmoreland Rd. Cornelius, NC 28031
Studio-C Cinema phone: 704-996-7724
Is there a membership fee? No. Every screening is open to the public.
Do I need a subscription? No. All tickets are sold individually for each screening.
What about refreshments? Complimentary wine, water and snacks are provided in part by our sponsors. You may bring your own refreshments.
How do I buy tickets? Our on-line tickets page accepts all credit cards. To pay with check or cash, contact Robert Maier at 704-996-7724. We also accept all forms of payment at the door.