Today’s Newsreel

posted by Ross Melnick on October 7, 2002 at 5:36 am

SAVANNAH, GA — A new $2 million storage facility is being erected on the site of the former Tara Cinemas, according to a report in the Savannah Morning News. The once popular movie house closed in 1999 and was demolished less than a year ago. The Tara had stood on the site since 1964.


NEW YORK, NY — Yet another Upper East Side cinema has closed in Manhattan as Clearview’s twin Park & 86th Street theater has gone dark. Clearview’s parent company, Cablevision, is still mulling a sale of the entire Clearview circuit.

In other Clearview news, Chelsea Classics have returned with more revival screenings at the Chelsea Cinemas. Still remaining this month are “Serial Mom” on October 10th, “Misery” on October 17th, followed by “The Exorcist” on the 24th, and “The Bad Seed” on Halloween (Oct. 31).

Ticket prices are $4.00 and all shows begin at 7:30 pm.


HOLLYWOOD, CA — Don’t miss your chance to see “This Is Cinerama” in its glorious 3-projector format playing right now at the Cinerama Dome at the Arclight Cinemas. It’s an experience not to be missed!

In other Cinerama news, a new full-length documentary on the birth and death of this widescreen cinema phenomenon has recently been screened at the Telluride Film Festival and this past week Cinerama Adventure also received a glowing review from Daily Variety film critic, Todd McCarthy.

Director David Strohmaier is currently looking for a distributor.

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