Screenland Theatre at the Crossroads

1656 Washington Street,
Kansas City, MO 64108

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Located in downtown Kansas City on the edge of the Crossroads and Film Row districts; Screenland opened in 2004 in a renovated 1913 cold storage facility. The marquee was rescued from the historic Isis Theatre (demolished 1970) where the young Walt Disney showed some of his earliest, locally made cartoons.

The facility is described as a creative office center with office spaces, a movie theatre and 9,000 square foot event center which features local and movie nostalgia.

The theatre’s interior is very retro, intimate and comfortable and includes twelve posh red-leather recliners in the front row and a 26 foot screen. Also enjoy your movie with a locally brewed Boulevard Beer.

Films include a myriad of independent features, art, foreign, and short films that otherwise wouldn’t get screen time in Kansas City.

Contributed by Clay Jarratt

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claydoh77 on January 14, 2005 at 11:10 pm

Correction to above- Isis was closed in 1970, demolished in June 1997.

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