Cereal Cinema

$6 - Members and Public
Free - Children 5 and under
Cereal and coffee are included with $5 ticket price

Parents and kids are invited to experience Cereal Cinema, a unique family-friendly event created by Indy Film Fest, Cereal Cinema features the two things that every family needs on a Saturday morning—a fun-for-all-ages classic movie and a cereal bar! The $5 ticket includes film admission and the cereal buffet.


The Mighty Ducks

January 7
When lawyer Gordon Bombay (Emilio Estevez) gets in trouble with the law, he must coach a rag-tag kids hockey team for his community service. (PG)

Tron (1982)

February 4
A computer hacker finds himself trapped inside a digital world where he must compete for survival. He has to fight his way out with the help of a heroic security program. (PG)

Robin Hood

March 4
Join us for the 1973 classic about legendary bandit, Robin Hood, as he and Little John match wits with Prince John and the Sheriff of Nottingham. (G)

Follow that Bird

April 1
After Big Bird is sent away from Sesame Street by a social worker, the rest of the gang sets out on a journey to track him down and bring him home. (G)


June 3
When two children find and play a mysterious board game, they release a man (Robin Williams) who has been trapped inside for decades, along with many dangers that can only be stopped by completing the game. (PG)

Inside Out

August 5 As part of Family Day: Breathe In, Breathe Out- a day dedicated to mindfulness- join us for a Cereal Cinema screening of Inside Out, a glimpse at how a young child's emotions (Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness) navigate change. (2015, dirs. Pete Docter & Ronnie Del Carmen, 95 mins., PG)

Hocus Pocus

October 7 When three witch sisters are resurrected on Halloween, local kids Dani, Max and Allison (with the help from a bewitched cat, Binx) must stop them to save their town. (1993, dir. Kenny Ortega, 96 mins., PG)

After the film, join us for Family Day: Live, Play, Create and learn about urban and graffiti art, take a breakdancing workshop, take a spin at our DJ station and see our latest exhibition City As Canvas: New York Graffiti from the 70s & 80s.

The Polar Express

December 2 With his belief in Santa wavering, a young boy embarks on a fantastic journey on the Polar Express train to learn about friendship and the spirit of Christmas. (2004, dir. Robert Zemeckis, 100 mins., G) Following the film, join Family Day: MadeIN to celebrate the season with handmade gifts, music and more.

Presented in partnership with Indy Film Fest

The IMA's ARTx Series is made possible by a gift from the Efroymson Family Fund

Cereal Cinema Indianapolis Museum of Art 4000 Michigan Rd., Indianapolis, IN