The Nick’s Open Caption screenings are Tuesday evenings (last screenings) and Saturday early matinees (first screenings). We look forward to seeing you at the theater!

Welcome to the Nickelodeon

The Nick’s programming is comprised of a mix of first-run independent films, special curated series, and one-off screenings of films of relevance to our community. As big believers in creating more engaging film-going experiences, the Nickelodeon often provides opportunities for conversation before and after screenings, pulling together experts and community members as speakers and respondents.

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Jul 25 - Aug 4

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Jul 27

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With a membership to the Nickelodeon, you become a part of our community of film enthusiasts and arts supporters throughout the Midlands. We offer options for every level of commitment. Join today to see our blockbusters, indie films, and special events- all year long, with exclusive perks!

Series & Events

Jul 22
This documentary casts a penetrating look at the consequences of the death penalty through three powerful stories - the rare perspective of a former state executioner who comes within days of executing an innocent person; a Boston Marathon bombing victim who struggles to decide what justice really means; and the parents of a murder victim who choose to fight for the life of their daughter’s killer. As the battle to overturn capital punishment comes to a head in the U.S., this provocative film challenges viewers to question their deepest beliefs about justice.
Event
Jul 25
The Nick is thrilled to announce the return of Art House Theater Day on Thursday, July 25th. For one day only, we will join independent theaters all over the country in celebrating the art house community and its commitment to preserving the power of cinematic storytelling. This year’s lineup features the premiere of the 40th anniversary 4K restoration of The Terminator released by Park Circus, along with an exclusive Q&A with Director James Cameron and Producer Gale Anne Hurd on the film's indie roots and the critical importance of art house theaters today. This conversation will play following the film and will be moderated by Amanda Salazar, Director of Programming at Vidiots, a non-profit video store and entertainment events hub for film lovers in the Los Angeles area. Art House Theater Day is an annual program of Art House Convergence (AHC) that brings audiences together to celebrate all that art house theaters - and independent film - contribute to our cultural landscape: ambitious and innovative art that provokes, challenges, entertains, and inspires. 2024 marks the fifth Art House Theater Day, which launched in 2016 in more than 150 cinemas across the country. In addition to programs like Art House Theater Day, AHC offers networking opportunities, resources, and best practices to independent exhibitors at large.
Event
Jul 30
Join the Lutheran Services Carolina team for a movie night at The Nick! After the film, there will be a Q&A session with representatives from the organization. About the film: After a migrating duck family alights on their pond with thrilling tales of far-flung places, the Mallard family embarks on a family road trip, from New England, to New York City, to tropical Jamaica.
Series
Jul 31
Starting this June, we’re bringing summer fun to the big screen with our Kids Summer Movies series! With an array of 80s, 90s, and 2000s movies, you can relive all your favorite memories on the big screen.All movies just $7, starting at 10 a.m. every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday! Don’t miss our $8 concession deal for a small popcorn, candy, and drink (soda or juice). Get ready for a summer of laughter, magic, and memories at The Nick! Tickets can be found below.Please be advised that while we strive to select movies that are appropriate for children, individual parental discretion is advised for each film. Every child is different, and what may be suitable for one child may not be appropriate for another.To provide an enjoyable and family-friendly experience during our special summer screenings, please take a look at our Underage Admission Policy.
Event
Aug 8
The Nick is proud to screen This Time in honor of International Allyship Day. After the film, there will be a national Zoom panel discussion with trauma expert Dr. Marci Bowers, community members and allies, and more. About the film: When a closeted teen inherits her estranged father’s journal she discovers cryptic clues uncovering his secret life. Now to fulfill her father’s dying wish she must blackmail an alcoholic hearse driver to race her cross-country to attempt a long shot rendezvous with her father’s longtime friend Liza Minnelli. This Time has been selected to 14 festivals to date winning Best Actress at Florence, The Spirit of Independents Award at Fort Lauderdale, Best Director at Orlando, Best International Feature at Massachusetts, Best Screenplay at Hollywood North, and Best Feature at Desperado LGBTQ. The Vancouver Sun put it as one of the five must watch films at Whistler alongside May December, American Fiction and Maestro.
ReelTalk: Classics
Aug 20
When a rich woman's ex-husband and a tabloid-type reporter turn up just before her planned remarriage, she begins to learn the truth about herself.
ReelTalk: Docuseries
Aug 21
In an act of civil disobedience, a group of women and their supporters organize their ordination to become Episcopal priests in 1974. The Church of the Advocate in Philadelphia welcomes them, but change is no small task. The women are harassed, some lose friends, and others are banned from stepping on church property.
ReelTalk: Foreign Films
Aug 28
A Russian poet and his interpreter travel to Italy researching the life of an 18th-century composer, and instead meet a ruminative madman who tells the poet how the world may be saved.
Event
Sep 9
On a tiny island in NYC, a group of Black and brown disabled artists fight Covid and the city to protect the lives of 500 vulnerable nursing home residents.
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