March 3 and 4 at 7:30pm

The Secret Life of Pets


The quiet life of a terrier named Max is upended when his owner takes in Duke, a stray whom Max instantly dislikes.

This movie is being shown in partnership with Old State Elememtary school

Rating: PG

Running Time: 97 minutes

Dates and Times: March 3 & 4 at 7:30pm

Price: All seats are $5

March 11 at 7:30pm

“Strange Tales” 4 short films by Gus Fink



Join us for 4 short films by local film maker, Gus Fink. We will be showing “Jo-Bot”, “Hubert and the Night People”, “Through Killers Eyes”, and “Mr. Oggs”.

“Hubert and the Night People” which is a modern day fairy tale of a lonely man who is disconnected by real world so he utilizes odd nightly rituals to escape in hopes of seeing strange creatures called the night people.

“Mr. Oggs” is a chilling thriller about 2 young con artist who seek to con the wrong man. What secrets does he hold and what will Mr. Oggs do next?

“Jo-Bot” is a Sci-Fi love story of a abandoned robot that wants to find his purpose after being left by his creator. Josef the robot has a hard time finding his way till he meets the right girl.

“Through Killers Eyes” is presented as a found footage thriller where 2 half-sisters look to fulfill a pact they made as teenagers to do something horrid in order to obtain fame.

This is the first time showing the films together as well as on the big screen!
Gus Fink has been known in the art industry for over 17 years creating multiple toy lines, video games, and selling his paintings internationally. Now adding these unique films to his portfolio, Gus is now working on his first feature after learning all the ins and outs of writing and directing these 4 short films.

There will be a short introduction before the films play and afterwards Gus will speak with the audience for a Q and A. This is a great chance to not only help the local arts of Delaware but be a part of a special event!

The screening at Everett is part of Gus Fink’s campaign to promote indie films and raise funding for his first feature film. We hope you enjoy his unique vision and come out to be one of the first to ever see these captivating new stories on the big screen!

Running Time: 60 minutes + 20 minute talk back

Rating: PG-13

Date and Time: March 11 at 7:30pm

Cost: All Tickets are $5


About the Director Gus Fink

A resident of Delaware since 2014 Gus has been living off his art for over 17 years. His paintings and drawings are collected World Wide and he has branched out into several different creative markets. In 2005 he worked with Japanese fashion designer to create unique shirts for Menemoto Fashion Magazine utilizing Fink’s “Antique Horror” brand. Now they are sold in Hot Topic stores and online.

In 2007 he created his first toy line “Boogily Heads” which have since grown into bobble heads, plush toys, string dolls, enamel pins, jewelry and stickers. Gus has gone on to create several more toy lines , the newest with his with wife Artist Emi Boz they made the

There is even a new video game that showcases his art and ideas that he made with 2 good friends to form

There’s plenty of other projects in the works and Gus has been a huge part of the Delaware art scene since moving to Delaware.

March 16 at 7:00pm



This event will raise funds for the Coalition on Human Trafficking and the Delaware Chapter of American Mothers to fight against and bring awareness to the problem of Human Trafficking.

A young girl, Lakshmi, leaves her home in a quiet village in the Nepali Himalayas in the expectation of a job in big city India. However, upon her arrival in Kolkata, she soon realizes she has been trafficked into a prison brothel, where she must struggle daily to survive against impossible odds. A US photographer (Gillian Anderson) hears her desperate cries for help and enlists the help of a local NGO, to spearhead a dangerous mission to rescue her. Finally, Lakshmi must risk everything for freedom. SOLD is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and a clarion call to action.

The movie will be followed by a discussion lead by Yolanda Schlabach, R.N., M.A. the Executive Director of Zoë Ministries, Inc. about how Delaware is impacted by Human Trafficking.

Date and Time: March 16 at 7:00pm

Running Time: 97 minutes

Suggested age: 15 and up

Cost: All Tickets are $10

March 31 and April 1 at 7:30pm

“Grease Sing-a-Long”


You’ll rule the school as we celebrate everyone’s favorite rock-n-roll movie musical at the Grease Sing-A-Long!

We know that for all of you who’ve remained hopelessly devoted to Danny, Sandy, Rizzo, Kenickie and the whole Rydell High gang, Grease is still, and will always be, the word, so we’re bringing back one of the most popular sing-a-longs ever! Your chills will be multiplyin’ and the mood electrifyin’ as we screen a specially-subtitled Sing-A-Long version of Grease that will help you belt out such hit tunes as “You’re the One That I Want,” “Greased Lightning,” “We Go Together,” “Summer Loving,” and many more at this fun-filled screening of the 1970s movie about the 1950s that’s still going strong in 2017!

This is a joint fundraiser with Middletown Main Street.

Dates and Times: March 31 and April 1 at 7:30pm

Rating: PG

Running time: 110 minutes

Cost: All Tickets are $5

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