Special Movie Series and Events

Winter Art Series Postponed

Because of the unprecedented Omicron surge (remember those good old days back in November when we announced the series?) we believe that it's best for our community's comfort level to postpone the Winter Arts Series. We will re-evaluate and set a date for a Winter/Spring Series at the end of January, when there is greater clarity about whence the pandemic.

We look forward to coming back strong with our best series ever as soon as it feels right to do so. 

Passes are still on sale for those who would like to join this great series when it resumes.

Information About the Series

The series runs for 10 weeks and features a new and unique movie each week. We select our films to entertain, enlighten and spark conversation.


Join us for a season of great movies and reconnection.

Passes may be purchased directly from the Visulite box office during normal business hours.


Buy your Series Pass Now at the Visulite box office! We'll be requiring that all participants show proof of vaccination, but just on the first time you attend. With everyone vaccinated, we will leave the choice of masking for your discretion. When you purchase your pass, be sure that we get a current email address so that you can receive these weekly newsletters.  

Season Passes only $89 for ten curated movies, interesting discussions and special guests.


*On rare occasions, due to technical or booking snafus, we are forced to replace a particular movie with a different title. We will always update you as soon as possible.


A Note about COVID: At many times of national turmoil, movies have served as important social glue.  We hope that we can bring our community closer together and stimulate important conversation around the universal themes that unite us. For this series, we are requiring PROOF OF VACCINATION for all attendees at the time of purchase. 



Check out our new MUSIC AT THE MOVIES series we are co-sponsoring with The Arcadia Project. 

This monthly event is presented by the Arcadia Project and the Visulite

A portion of the proceeds from this five-month series will benefit the Arcadia Project. On the first Thursday of each month, a local musical celebrity will host the movie night at the Visulite and perform some of their own music before introducing a film about music.  Other hosts will include:

 Chance Crawford aka Austin Foxx (Hip Hop), Molly Murphy, Judy Chops (singer/songwriter) George Hunter (jazz/gospel/Motown) and

Daniel Heifetz, Founder, Heifetz Institute (Classical)


The entire Music At the Movies series may be purchased for $75. The price for individual tickets is $20. Series tickets can be purchased online at the Arcadia Project at this link: