For the sixth year, the Tropic Cinema is proud to present 4 Nights 4 Justice. This series of documentary films, funded by the Michael Dively Social Justice and Diversity Endowment at the Community Foundation of the Florida Keys, covers a range of timely social justice issues: the legacy of Ferguson, Missouri; the lifelong consequences of sexual abuse; the complex story of abortion in the Bible Belt; and the inspiring women fighting HIV and AIDS around the world.READ MORE
The Tropic Cinema opened its doors in Old Town Key West in 2004. We had one simple idea: to bring quality movies to people who longed for something more than Hollywood blockbusters. Our artistically diverse island community deserved to see amazing independent films, international favorites and cinematic classics — film that appealed to folks who value going beyond the usual.
Movies here start about ten minutes after the posted time. Please allow enough time to find parking, get your tickets and buy some popcorn so that you don’t miss the beginning of the film. We look forward to seeing you at the Tropic!
VOLUNTEER AT TROPIC CINEMA! Have Fun. Make a Difference. Do you enjoy coming to the Tropic? Would you like to support one of Key West’s most important not-for-profits without having to write a check? We are always looking for great people to join the Tropic Volunteer Corps. As a…VIEW ALL
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