What is FilmBar?
FilmBar is a 21+ beer/wine bar with over 25 different craft beers, 12 different wines and a separate, sound-proofed room dedicated to screening new, classic, cult and local independent films in a microcinema setting (70 seats). FilmBar is absolutely a unique place in Phoenix and seeks to build equally awesome bar and film crowds!
What are your hours?
- Monday 5PM – 12AM
- Tuesday 5PM – 12 AM
- Wednesday 5PM – 12AM
- Thursday 5 PM – 12 AM
- Friday 5 PM – 2 AM
- Saturday 1 PM – 2 AM
- Sunday 1 PM – 12 AM
What kind of movies do you show?
Mostly independent & foreign films — new and not so new. Always interesting stuff, though. We also showcase the best in cult classics and have regular screenings of local filmmakers’ films, as well!
How much are tickets?
Full price tickets are just $9.00. Monday – Wednesday, you can get a pint of beer or glass of wine, plus a popcorn and a movie ticket for just $12!
How can I buy tickets at the door?
You can purchase your tickets from any staff member (usually your bartender). Just belly up to the bar and ask!
Do I need to buy a ticket to enter the bar?
Not at all! You can (and should!) just swing by for a drink, if you’re not in the mood for a film.
I have a Living Social voucher I’d like to use. How do I do that?
Do you have Gift Cards?
Yes — and at any denomination! Just ask your bartender for details.
Should I buy my tickets online?
FilmBar currently has only 70 seats, so we highly recommend buying your tickets online – especially for Friday and Saturday nights!
It’s my birthday!
We’ve got a present for you! Come on down for a free ticket to a show on your birthday (or within a few days either side of it)!
How did you come up with this idea?
FilmBar was conceived and is owned by Kelly Aubey — a disgruntled ex computer programmer who, inspired by theaters he experienced while travelling, got tired of waiting for a great place to watch a movie and who believes that the people of Phoenix are ready for the increasingly impressive culture that downtown Phoenix offers.
The idea came to him 35,000 feet in the air while flying to LA for a business trip.