Ciné in downtown Athens, Georgia. Ciné is a non-profit, community-based movie theater in a restored historic venue. 
(Photo/Taylor Gerlach)

Ciné will now offer private movie screenings by appointment for groups of 10 people or less after being closed for nearly seven months and offering virtual screenings since March 25, according to a press release.

The bookings are available Monday-Saturday for showings at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Each week of October will offer different spooky movies. The week of Oct. 9-15 will show “Hocus Pocus” and “Ghostbusters.”

The private screenings are $150 per group for two hours and $50 each additional half-hour. The lobby, theater and restrooms will be disinfected before and after every screening, according to the press release.

Virtual screenings are still available for purchase.

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