Green Light Cinema
St. Pete’s local, independent 80 seat art house movie theater offering a diverse line-up of indies, foreign, docs, classics, and local content to our community.
The wait is over and our Membership Program is here!
We’ve got a plan for students/seniors, solo movie goers, and for those who love coming to Green Light together. Memberships allow movie goers to support Green Light directly with a small annual contribution and in turn receive tons of savings over the next year!
3/17 - 3/23
One Fine Morning
R | 1h 52m| Drama, Romance
Director: Mia Hansen-Løve
Writer: Mia Hansen-Løve
Starring: Léa Seydoux, Pascal Greggory, Melvil Poupaud
With a father suffering from neurodegenerative disease, a young woman lives with her eight-year-old daughter. While struggling to secure a decent nursing home, she runs into an unavailable friend with whom she embarks on an affair.
3/24 - 3/30
The Lost King
PG-13 | 1h 48m| Comedy, Drama
Director: Stephen Frears
Writer: Steve Coogan, Jeff Pope, Philippa Langley (book)
Starring: Sally Hawkins, Shonagh Price, Helen Katamba
An amateur historian defies the stodgy academic establishment in her efforts to find King Richard III’s remains, which were lost for over 500 years.
VHS Club Presents: Lethal Weapon
1987 | R | 1h 49m| Action, Crime, Thriller
Director: Richard Donner
Writer: Shane Black
Starring: Mel Gibson, Danny Glover, Gary Busey
Chosen by YOU the VHS Club audience, it’s Lethal Weapon – Richard Donner the director of Superman and The Goonies and writer Shane Black define the buddy cop genre and launch Mel Gibson into leading man status in Hollywood!
With Lethal Weapon 5 in the works, you won’t want to miss the one that started it all!
PLUS, trivia and prizes after the movie sponsored by Screen Fix Podcast!
TIGLFF Presents: At the End of the Day
2018| NR | 1h 48m| Comedy, Drama
Director: Kevin O’Brien
Writer: Kevin O’Brien, Phil Grimes
Starring: Stephen Shane Martin, Danielle Sagona, Tom Nowicki
The Tampa International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival presents the story of a conservative professor at a Christian college finds himself in a gay support group to stop their launch of an LGBT homeless youth shelter in their small town.
True Stories: Live Monthly Storytelling
True Stories returns to Green Light for our March storytelling session! The last two months we’ve had fantastic turnouts and even better stories — get your tickets now!
Bring your true, 5-minute story on theme for a chance to put your name in the “bucket” and tell your story. At the end of the night, the audience votes on their favorite. Winner gets free movie tickets Everyone gets free popcorn!
We all get to know each other and make the world just a little smaller.