The Cinema Arts Centre continues to provide online programming during our necessary shutdown to flatten the curve of COVID-19 infections and protect our community. While we cannot physically be together right now, it remains vital to our mission to keep our community connections strong and provide independent film and cultural programming in the virtual setting.


You can enjoy a number of great virtual performances from Making Memories Through The Arts by clicking here


And if you’re looking for even more content to stream, click here to see our Watch Lists, expertly curated by members of CAC staff!

Loading Events

« All Events

FEELS GOOD MAN – virtual screenings

September 11 - October 1


Click here to get your ticket! Pre-orders are available now!

Need help? Click here for instructions and support.

As in many of the weirdest fairy tales, it all starts with a frog. This story, however, is all too real.

In November 2016, a barbaric election cycle had exposed a seismic cultural rift, and the country suddenly felt like a much different place. For underground cartoonist Matt Furie, that sensation was even more surreal. Furie’s comic creation Pepe the Frog, conceived more than a decade earlier as a laid-back humanoid amphibian, had unwittingly become a grotesque political pawn. Pepe was first innocently co-opted as a meme in the MySpace era, representing a kind of youthful malaise, only later to be perverted as a totem of the alt-right: tweeted by Donald Trump, condemned by Hillary Clinton, and declared a hate symbol by the Anti-Defamation League.

As America’s political and cultural narratives became more tribalist, Pepe was unexpectedly along for the ride. He was venerated as an icon among school shooters and racist organizations, yet his simple origins served a menacing dual purpose: Pepe could effectively terrify the public, while simultaneously making fun of them for being terrified.

Pepe’s appeal among hate groups contained a dark magic: The more that powerful figures like Hillary Clinton denounced this smiling, ironic frog as a racist dog-whistle, the more potent and legitimate he became. As Donald Trump defied all odds to become the standard bearer of the Republican Party and then the president, Pepe became his avatar – Trump’s ethos as disruptor inexorably linked to Pepe’s image.

FEELS GOOD MAN is about an unexpected cultural rift, but also tells the personal story of an individual thrust into a maelstrom. The film is a Frankenstein-meets-Alice in Wonderland journey of an artist battling to regain control of his vandalized creation, while along the way confronting a disturbing cast of characters (including Alex Jones and Richard Spencer) who have their own peculiar attachments to Pepe. As Pepe continues to morph around the world – last year, he transformed again into a symbol of hope among protesters in Hong Kong – FEELS GOOD MAN offers a vivid, moving portrait of one man, one frog, and the very strange reality we’ve all found ourselves living in.


September 11
October 1

Your support at this time is more important than ever. Please be here for us today, so we can be here for you tomorrow:

Note: Regarding Member Benefits, such as free tickets and reduced price tickets, as each of the film distributors have just one online platform for the entire nation, we are unable to offer member pricing or member ticket benefits at this time. Right now we’re happy to have an opportunity to offer new movies to our audience, even if it’s far from perfect. Your membership will be extended by however many days we are closed due to the pandemic. You will not lose any value on your membership.