Anime-Magic Film Series

Anime-Magic Film Series

What is Anime-Magic?

For decades, anime was produced by and for Japan---a local product, with a distinct look-and-feel to not just the artwork but the storytelling, the themes, and the concepts. Over the last fifty years, though, it's become an international phenomenon, attracting millions of fans and being translated into many languages. A whole generation in the United States has grown up with anime films and is now passing them on to their own children. In addition to traditional anime movies, we have broadened the scope of this series to include animated classics from around the globe.

Anime-Magic Film Series presents
They're here to save the planet. But not for free.
(R, 2001, 115 min)
Anime-Magic Film Series presents
(PG, 2004, 114 minutes)
Anime-Magic Film Series presents
A Sublime Trip to a Fine New World
(PG, 1973, 72 min)
Anime-Magic Film Series presents
Meet the ultimate dysfunctional family.
(PG-13, 2003, 92 min)
Anime-Magic Film Series presents
All the world will be your enemy, Prince with a Thousand Enemies, and when they catch you, they will kill you... but first they must catch you.
(PG, 1978, 92 min)
Anime-Magic Film Series presents
Come out, come out, whereever you are!
(G, 1988, 86 minutes)
Anime-Magic Film Series presents
(PG, 1984, 116 min)
Anime-Magic Film Series presents
(PG, 1986, 124 minutes)
Anime-Magic Film Series presents
NR, 1988, 89 min
Anime-Magic Film Series presents
The tunnel led Chihiro to a mysterious town...
(PG, 2002, 125 minutes)
Anime-Magic Film Series presents
"He'd Leap Upon the Wind and Hitch a Ride ..."
(G, 1959, 83 min)

Friday, March 17

Cinema Two
1:00pm – 2:55pm
(R, 2001, 115 min)
Cinema One
1:10pm – 3:05pm
(PG, 2004, 114 minutes)
Cinema Two
3:15pm – 4:30pm
(PG, 1973, 72 min)
Cinema One
3:25pm – 4:55pm
(PG-13, 2003, 92 min)
Cinema Two
5:00pm – 6:35pm
(PG, 1978, 92 min)
Cinema One
5:20pm – 6:45pm
(G, 1988, 86 minutes)
Cinema One
7:10pm – 9:10pm
(PG, 1984, 116 min)
Cinema One
9:30pm – 11:35pm
(PG, 1986, 124 minutes)

Saturday, March 18

Cinema One
1:00pm – 2:55pm
(PG, 1984, 116 min)
Fletcher Hall
1:10pm – 2:40pm
(G, 1988, 86 minutes)
Cinema Two
1:20pm – 2:50pm
NR, 1988, 89 min
Fletcher Hall
3:00pm – 5:05pm
(PG, 2002, 125 minutes)
Cinema Two
3:10pm – 4:35pm
(G, 1959, 83 min)
Cinema One
3:20pm – 4:55pm
(PG-13, 2003, 92 min)
Cinema Two
5:00pm – 6:40pm
NR, 1988, 89 min
Cinema One
5:15pm – 6:50pm
(PG, 1978, 92 min)
Fletcher Hall
5:30pm – 6:45pm
(PG, 1973, 72 min)
Fletcher Hall
7:10pm – 9:15pm
(PG, 1986, 124 minutes)
Cinema One
7:20pm – 9:15pm
(PG, 2004, 114 minutes)
Cinema One
9:30pm – 11:35pm
(PG, 2002, 125 minutes)
Fletcher Hall
9:35pm – 11:30pm
(R, 2001, 115 min)

Sunday, March 19

Cinema Two
2:00pm – 3:55pm
(PG, 2004, 114 minutes)
Cinema One
2:10pm – 3:45pm
(PG-13, 2003, 92 min)
Cinema One
4:00pm – 5:25pm
(G, 1959, 83 min)
Cinema Two
4:15pm – 6:20pm
(PG, 2002, 125 minutes)
Cinema One
5:45pm – 7:00pm
(PG, 1973, 72 min)
Cinema One
7:20pm – 8:50pm
NR, 1988, 89 min
Cinema One
9:15pm – 11:10pm
(PG, 1984, 116 min)

Tickets are $9 and are on sale now. 10-Passes are $75.

Tickets are available over the phone, online or at our Box Office.

Please call 919-560-3030 to order tickets over the phone. Phone orders carry a $3 per ticket service charge. 

Fletcher Hall Box Office Hours are 11am - 6pm, Monday through Friday, and on day-of-show one hour before show time. Live event or film tickets may be purchased in the Fletcher Hall box office. 


Cinema Box Office
 opens one half hour before the first feature of the day. Only film tickets may be purchased at the cinema box office. 

 

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