Ballantyne Village 5

14815 Ballantyne Village Way,
Charlotte, NC 28277

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raysson
raysson on May 23, 2009 at 11:32 pm

Recently was acquired by Regal Cinemas. The theatre is now one of three theatres in Charlotte that is under Regal’s Arthouse Cinemas which is owns and operates the Manor 1 & 2 Theatres(on Providence Road) in Charlotte,and the Park Terrace 6(Intersection of Park and Woodlawn Roads in Park Road Shopping Center).

*Function of Ballantyne Village Theatres is mostly foreign and independent films as well as first-run features,and re-released classic films and documentaries.

ilovethe80s
ilovethe80s on April 24, 2009 at 12:45 pm

Hi everyone. Just wanted to let everybody here know that Friday, April 24th, the Ballantyne Village Theatre will be screening TOKYO!, three short films in one movie by three different directors, including acclaimed director Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind). I saw an advanced screening of it and was totally blown away by it. It’s been getting great reviews, so I recommend checking it out this weekend!

irvl
irvl on December 21, 2006 at 5:08 am

I certainly hope they have Ballantyne projectors in the booth!

ncmark
ncmark on December 21, 2006 at 4:50 am

The programming remains true to its original art house intentions but attendance still seems sparse. The managment has added discounted matinee pricing which is a relief. Often times the programming mirrors the Manor Theater – the other long time art house in Charlotte – but with 5 screens the Ballantyne can offer a broader selection. I like the movie going experience at this theater but I don’t like its location way out in the suburbs. The ultra high end shops in this shopping center somehow seems at odds with the art house programming. I prefer a grittier setting for my alternative cinema.

ncmark
ncmark on April 3, 2006 at 10:41 am

This is a great place to see a movie and the programming looks terrific so far. I wonder how long the art programming will last though. I visited four times during opening week and it was almost empty each time. One of the auditoriums holds almost 300 and I was the only one there for a screening of ‘Tsotsi’. The concessions are great – better than the offerings at any other local theater – but I don’t like the no matinee pricing policy which is a first for Charlotte. Admission is $8.50 or $12 for reserved seating but I don’t know if anyone has taken them up on that yet.