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Category: Community Movie Events

Jurrassic World, Love & Mercy, Results and more open this week in Columbia

Dinosaurs of more than one sort are featured in this week’s new movies. We’ve got the re-animated type in Jurassic World and the musical type in the Brian Wilson biopic Love & Mercy. And since it’s the summer there are a couple movie series happening. The Nickelodeon just kicked off their Southern Gothic Series and Regal Cinemas has their family-oriented Summer Movie Express.


Jurassic World

I really hope Chris Pratt brings some Burt Macklin style to his role.

Love & Mercy


This movie is from writer/director Andrew Bujalski, known mainly as being the highest profile creator in the ‘mumblecore‘ genre.

Lambert & Stamp

I’m really looking forward to seeing this documentary about two of the early managers for The Who.

Get Your Holiday Movie On!

It’s the time of year when you can watch A Christmas Story 24 hours a day. Or maybe you lean more in the Christmas Vacation direction. Or maybe you want to get out of the house to see a good holiday flick? Fortunately you’ve got a number of opportunities to catch some classics on the big screen.

It’s a Wonderful Life

Nickelodeon – Saturday at Noon and Monday at 5:30


Home Alone

Nickelodeon – Wednesday at 5:30


Found Footage Fest at Nickelodeon

With essentially everyone these days carrying around a device that can record, edit, and upload video the amount being created is staggering. According to YouTube, a ‘100 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute!’. But only a few years ago, before iPhones and YouTube, the amount of video being created was surely large, but there was often no way for it to get seen by the world at large.

That’s what makes the Found Footage Fest, coming to the Nickelodeon this Saturday, so compelling. It’s a ‘one-of-a-kind event that showcases footage from videos that were found at garage sales and thrift stores and in warehouses and dumpsters across the country’. The event is a touring show co-hosted by Curators Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher. They take the audience on a comedic journey through some truly weird, wacky and perhaps unintentionally funny videos. If you’ve seen this show before, you can also rest assured that they’re bringing new and ‘fresh’ videos this time around.

Check out the trailer:

The Found Footage Fest is in town for one night only this Saturday at 11pm at the Nickelodeon. Get Tickets Here.

Community Movie Events this Week at Richland Library, IToLogy & Sesquicentennial State Park

Tired of seeing movies at boring theaters with their expensive popcorn and ‘small‘ drinks? Check these out and save a few bucks and experience a movie in a new and different environment.

Wednesday, September 10

Bad Art/Bad Movie Night: Spice World

Experience this ‘classic’ at Richland Library at 7pm. The screening is free and they say they’ll have biscuits and tea for a full-on British experience.
More Info »

Friday, September 12

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Catch the second installment of Marvel’s Captain America under the stars at Sesquicentennial State Park. It’s free and starts at 8pm.
More Info »


Down River

“Down River is the emotionally stirring story of three young women teetering on the edge between creative breakthroughs and personal breakdowns, and their connection with the older woman they rely on for guidance, support and inspiration.” This independent movie has won a number of awards and will be screening at the IToLogy theater at 7. Also in attendance for a Q&A are the writer/director Ben Ratner and one of the lead actors Jennifer Spence.
Tickets are $20 and available on their eventbrite page.

Community Movie Events starting August 14

Want to see a movie but don’t feel like going to a movie theater? Check out these events in less-traditional venues. If you have any you want to add just contact us at

Richland County Public Library


Main library
Friday at 2:30 | FREE | More Info »

Green Lantern

Main library
Sunday at 2:30 | FREE | More Info »

A Cry in the Dark

Main Library
Tuesday at 6:30 | FREE | More Info »


Columbia Museum of Art

Women Artists: The Other Side of the Picture
Saturday at Noon | FREE for members


Sesquicentennial State Park

The Amazing Spider-Man
Friday – Movie starts at Dark | FREE with park admission | More Info »


South Carolina State Museum

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs 4D
Starting Saturday | More Info »