Devotees keep KC art theaters thriving; impact apparently lost on major studios, but not on some theater chains

posted by CSWalczak on May 16, 2011 at 2:08 pm

KANSAS CITY, MO – The art and independent theaters, such as the Glenwood at Red Bridge /theaters/8912/ and the Rio /theaters/3264/, in the greater Kansas City area are maintaining a loyal following. One might think that with so many recent youth-oriented releases proving to be major disappointments, the big studios might think about expanding their offerings to include films pitched to a more mature market, but the current mindset at the majors remains centered on movies that appeal to a younger, higher-volume demographic. However, big chains such as AMC pay attention to more varied demographics when programming their theaters. There more at

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