Theaters

  • May 1, 2014

    Showcasing the Manlius Art Cinema

    MANLIUS, NY — Syracuse.com recently profiled a trip to Manlius Art Cinema, what claims to be Central NY’s oldest. Open since 1918, the 200-seat theatre stills pumps out art-house hits and with a new digital projector and steady business, appears to be set for a while.

  • April 30, 2014

    World Premiere in Wind Gap

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    WIND GAP, PA — The Gap Theatre thought they had hit at big when scenes were filmed there for the new Jayne Mansfield biopic, “Diamonds to Dust.” It gets bigger this weekend as they’re hosting the premiere too.

    Read more in Lehigh Valley Live about how the famous actress has ties to the area and how it was incorporated into the film.

    (Thanks to RobertR for providing the photo.)

  • April 29, 2014

    Memories of the Colonial

    SKANEATELES, NY — With a new item on display at the Skaneateles Historical Society Museum from the Colonial Theatre, there’s more interest than ever in demolished cinema. Auburnpub.com features some fascinating recollections of the theatre along with a debate over what was actually its final film.

  • April 23, 2014

    Top theaters according to Men’s Journal

    Men’s Journal has published a list of the world’s top 20 movie theaters. From classic palaces to modern day luxury, you get a little bit of everything from across the globe.

  • April 18, 2014

    Brooklyn Heights lives to see another day

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    BROOKLYN, NY — The Brooklyn Heights Cinema sent out a plea two months ago to raise funds for a digital projector. Facing closure, the fans came through and raised over $30K through a campaign on Indiegogo. While they still may need to move sometime soon, the operator is committed to keeping the operation going somewhere.

    Read more in the Daily News.

    (Thanks to Ken Roe for providing the photo.)

  • April 14, 2014

    Santa Monica to get two ArcLights

    SANTA MONICA, CA — Westside moviegoers rejoiced the other month with the announcement of a new Arclight Cinemas at Santa Monica Place. One just wasn’t enough though as there are now plans for a second ArcLight just blocks away.

    While this will drastically improve the moviegoing options for the area, will it be yet another serious blow to nearby single screens like the Regency Village?

    Read more in Curbed LA.

  • April 11, 2014

    Eckles and Warner announce theatre progress

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    NEW CASTLE, PA — David Esposito, Principal and Project Manager of Eckles Architects and Engineering, and Jerry Kern, President of of the Historic Warner Cascade Theatre (formerly Warner Film Center), today announced that their companies have entered into an agreement to develop final architectural drawings and specifications for the reconstruction of the historic Warner Cascade Theatre at 18 S. Mill Street, downtown New Castle.

    Eckles Project Manager Mark Scheller will take charge of the project, which consists of recreating the original nickelodeon auditoriums that comprised the Cascade Theatre, using original drawings of the building from Eckels’ archives along with photographs and even the memories of individuals who remember the Warners’ first theatre.

  • April 10, 2014

    Uptown endangered for the fourth time

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    CHICAGO, IL — The Uptown Theatre, 4816 N. Broadway, has been named to Landmarks Illinois' annual Ten Most Endangered Historic Places list, which was announced today, Tuesday, April 1, 2014, at a press conference in Springfield.

  • April 9, 2014

    4-D movies coming to L.A.

    LOS ANGELES, CA — Regal LA Live will be the first theatre in the country to provide a 4-D experience. CJ Group announced the technology two years ago but has struggled to find distribution since. There is no word yet on how much a screening will cost but if it’s successful, expect to see it soon at a theater near you.

    Read more in the Los Angeles Times.

  • April 4, 2014

    Changes at the Mission

    PORTLAND, OR — There are going to be more upgrades at the Mission Theater but not necessarily those that will make it a first run theater. They plan on updating the sound, screen size, and seating in a move to make it a permanent second run theater instead of its most recent incarnation of special event space.

    Read more in the Portland Mercury.