The Athena Cinema, now under the College of Fine Arts' stewardship, reopens today with a 4 p.m. showing of "Tell No One."
The theater will focus exclusively on contemporary independent films, world cinema and select documentaries as it works to build a reputation as the premier art-house cinema in Southeast Ohio.
Currently showing are "Vicky Christina Barcelona," the new romantic comedy by Woody Allen; "Tell No One," a highly acclaimed French thriller from director Guillaume Canet; and "Man on Wire," a stunning new documentary about the illegal, high-wire act performed between the twin towers of the World Trade Center in 1974.
Ticket are $5 for afternoon shows and $6.50 for evening shows ($5.50 for those under 12 or over 60) and can be purchased at the Athena.
For more information, including show times, visit athenacinema.com.