Discount admission to Gene Siskel Film Center.
Head to the Gene Siskel Film Center for Neighborhood Night, an evening of quality cinema and community. They haven’t had a Neighborhood Night (Tickets were $5) in over a year. They may be over.
New discounts to consider: Matinee and Two-film discount
Where: Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N State St, 312-846 2800.
I recently wanted to see two films and noticed at the bottom of the description for one film this deal:
Buy a ticket at our regular prices for either NAME OF FILM 1 or NAME OF FILM 2, and get a ticket for any show of the other film at this discount rate with proof of your original purchase: General Admission $7; Students $5; Members $4.
(This discount price applies to the second film only. Discount available in person at the box office only.)
Combine a matinee (Friday 2pm-4pm only) and the two-film discount
The first film I wanted to see was a Matinee so the ticket was $8 instead of $12 and then the second film was $7 instead of $12 for a total savings of $9 or 37.5%. You can only get this discount at the box office which saves an additional $1.50. I bought both tickets at the same time. Unfortunately this isn’t available for every film.
Regular ticket prices:
- General Admission: $11 (effective Friday, April 5, our General Admission price will increase to $12 per ticket)
- Students: $7 Valid student ID required. Discounted tickets must be purchased in person at the box office.
- Youth (under 17): $7 Please note our policy on children & film ratings. Discounted tickets must be purchased in person at the box office.
- Film Center Members: $6 Become a member today!
- Students and faculty of the School of the Art Institute, and staff of the Art Institute: $5. Valid ARTICard required. Discounted tickets must be purchased in person at the box office.
- Executive Producer level supporters: $0 or those who make gifts of $1500+ to the Film Center. Learn more here!
- There is no senior admission price for individual tickets. However, seniors receive a $5 discount on Film Center membership.
- There is no late seating 20 minutes after the film’s listed start time
About The Gene Siskel Film Center
- The Film Center at the School of the Art Institute was founded in 1972 and was originally in the Art Institute of Chicago.
- In June 2001 it relocated to a new state-of-the-art facility at it’s present location 164 N. State Street.
- The Film Center was renamed the Gene Siskel Film Center in 2000 after the late, nationally celebrated film critic, Gene Siskel.
- The Block it is located on (Block 36) was redeveloped by the Art Institute of Chicago in the late 1990’s and includes a 500-bed student residence.
- The Gene Siskel Film Center of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago presents cutting edge cinema to an annual audience of 80,000.
- The Film Center’s programming includes film that celebrate diverse voices, multi-cultures, trailblazing work by independent filmmakers, restorations and revivals, documentaries, historic film, festivals, premiers and lectures and discussion from filmmakers and media artists.
- The Film Center hosts over 1,500 screenings and 100 filmmaker appearances every year.
- The Gene Siskel Film Center is a public program of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
- The Gene Siskel Film Center and the SAIC are part of The Art Institute of Chicago.