Cat On A Hot Tin Roof

Harbison Theatre screens National Theatre Live: Cat On A Hot Tin Roof on Oct. 16.

Columbia Jewish Film Festival

The mission of the Columbia Jewish Film Festival is to offer outstanding world cinema that promotes awareness, appreciation and pride in the diversity of the Jewish experience.

Oct. 7-28

Harbison Theatre at Midlands Technical College

7300 College St., 803-407-5011,

Oct. 16 — National Theatre Live: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Jan. 15 — National Theatre Live: Macbeth

Feb. 9 — Valentine’s Cinema: My Best Friends Wedding

March 19 — National Theatre Live: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Newberry Opera House

1201 McKibben St., 803-276-6264,

Hosts frequent screenings. Stay tuned to website for dates.

Nickelodeon Theatre

1607 Main St., 803-254-8234,

Film schedule is updated continuously; see website for details.

Sept. 12 — Foreign Focus: i am Not a Witch

Sept. 16 — Silver Screen Studies: The Last Movie

Sept. 18 — For the Record:Yours in Sisterhood

Oct. 2 — For the Record: Bisbee ‘17

Oct. 3 — Blade Runner: The Final Cut

Oct. 4 — Women and Horror: Jennifer’s Body

Oct. 11 — Women and Horror: Lyle

Oct. 25 — Women and Horror: The Hunger

March 28-31 — Indie Grits Festival

Richland Library, Main Branch

1431 Assembly St., 803-929-3457,

Hosts occasional screenings.

Oct. 12-14 — Arkhaios Cultural Heritage and Archaeology Film Festival

S.C. State Museum

301 Gervais St., 803-898-4921,

The museum’s 4D theater provides a 3-D visual experience with the fourth dimension of environmental experiences like blasts of air, vibrating seats and water spray. The 55-foot digital dome planetarium takes guests on journeys to the deepest reaches of space through astronomy shows.

Tapp’s Arts Center

1644 Main St., 803-609-3479,

Nov. 7 — Second Act Film Festival