12:30 P.M. SEPTEMBER 13-14, TICKETS: $5.50

Parenting is fraught with peril. Especially when you're a scientist who accidentally shrinks the kids, along with the neighbors, and chucks them out with the trash. Relive the ant-riding, lawnmower-evading, Lego-sleeping adventure with your kids at RFC's Family Matinees. 12:15 p.m. preshow, Saturday only.


You know what makes for a good pick-me-up? A trip to Iceland, home of "hot springs, juicy fantastic lobster, and gorgeous broads." Mitch springs a trip on his recently widowed brother-in-law Colin in the film the New York Times calls a "delightfully funny road movie."


Believers describe Sophie as "a visionary and a vision," but Stanley isn't so easily swayed by her powers. The Wall Street Journal says of Woody Allen's latest film: "Emma Stone is entrancing, whether Sophie is in or out of her trance state, and so is the movie."


10:30 A.M. SEPTEMBER 16

Sidney Poitier is Detective Virgil Tibbs, tasked with investigating a murder in a racially hostile southern town in the 1967 Oscar-winning best picture In the Heat of the Night. Tickets: $15, movie and lunch ($14, RFC members).

See this month's complete programming calendar by clicking here.




Wedding reception. Business luncheon. Private dinner and movie screening. Holiday party. Whatever special occasion you have in mind, RFC has your event covered. Our event space has a gorgeous new LED lighting system, and the upgrades are continuing with new paint and flooring.

Join us for our Special Events Open House from 5-8 p.m. on September 17. We'll have food samples and a cash bar.

RSVP for the open house or book your event now: 318.459.4117.



7:30 P.M. SEPTEMBER 18, with panel discussion to follow

RFC is proud to be one of the theaters on the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers. This series celebrates indepedent film and offers discussions with filmmakers and community leaders. The series kicks off on September 18 with Oil & Water, the story of two boys who live on opposite ends of an oil pipeline coming together to confront one of the world's worst toxic disasters.

This series is a collaboration with South Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, Centenary College of Louisiana's Frost School of Business and Centenary Film Society.


For a full list of upcoming films, events and up-to-date showtimes, click here.




Is it a burger? Is it pizza? We'll just tell you it's delicious and let you decide the rest. Try Abby Singer's Pepperoni Burger of the Month, topped with provolone and marinara.

For reservations: 318.459.4125



With paid admission. Not valid with free passes or Golden Tickets.

Must present current driver's license with zip codes 71110, 71111 or 71112.


Limited to the Royale with Cheese and Turkey Burger, dine-in only.

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