The Belcourt Theatre has served up piping hot, crunchy pop culture under various monikers since its days as a silent movie house in 1925. A not-for-profit independent movie theater dedicated to preserving its precious plot of history and revitalizing Nashville culture through film, the Belcourt hosts movies, music, and live theater fresh from society's collective unconscious. With the Screenwriter Membership, you and one other person can take advantage of a year's worth of $5.75 tickets to all movies (excluding special events). The Belcourt's screenings run the artistic gamut, featuring both repertory films such as Flash Gordon and Hitchcock's classic North by Northwest, and first-run films such as The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and Harmony Korine's Trash Humpers. Also featured are programs such as Weekend Classics, which highlights actors and directors like Cary Grant and Akira Kurosawa, or the Midnight Movies series—screenings of cult-leaning movies from the likes of David Lynch, John Hughes, and others.