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Promising Young Woman - Authentic Original 27x40 Rolled Movie Poster at  Amazon's Entertainment Collectibles StorePromising Young Woman

March 17th (RSVP) and March 18th (RSVP) @ 6:00 PM

A young woman seeks revenge as a means to cope with a past encounter that thwarted her dreams of attending medical school.

Charlie's Angels (2019) - IMDbCharlie's Angels

March 24th (RSVP) and March 25th (RSVP) @ 6:00 PM

A young engineer unwittingly stumbles upon technology that could prove dangerous for society. It is then up to two special operatives to step in and protect the future of the planet.

Freaky Movie Poster (#3 of 3) - IMP AwardsFREAKY

March 30th (RSVP) and March 31st @ 6:00 PM

A high school student inexplicably switches bodies with a notorious mass murderer. In twenty-four hours, she must uncover the secret that will return her to her body before the change becomes irreversible.

Soul (2020) - Movie Posters (1 of 3)SOUL

April 7th (RSVP) and April 8th (RSVP) @ 6:00 PM

A music teacher's soul is yanked out of his body after an accident. He needs to return to earth before his body expires and his chance of becoming a jazz musician disappears as well.

Tenet (film) - WikipediaTENET

April 14th (RSVP) and April 15th (RSVP) @ 6:00 PM

A special agent uses the latest advancements in time travel and human evolution on a risky mission to change his present as rival nations vie for global supremacy, ushering in the threat of a third World War.


The Floyd Theater is a student-led, one room movie theater on the University of Louisville campus that shows second-run, indie, and classic films every Wednesday and Thursday at 6:00 PM of the school year (with noted exceptions for holidays and special events). All of the films and events are planned by the SAB film committee which is dedicated to bringing a thriving film culture to the campus and community. Any student is welcome to join this committee by attending meetings (Tuesdays @ 4PM via Microsoft Teams) or events, or by contacting the chairs of the committee.


The Floyd Theater is located on the third floor of the East Wing of the Student Activities Center, on the right of the steps of the elevator.


Admission to the Floyd is FREE for all students and open to the public. Using engage to RSVP in advance is HIGHLY encouraged due to a limited number of seats.


Please contact for any accommodation needs or if you have interest in joining film committee.