Northpoint Cinema V

4660 Brownsboro Road,
Winston-Salem, NC 27106

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robboehm on June 26, 2015 at 9:05 am

raysson, care to share with us in the photos section?

raysson on June 25, 2015 at 11:16 am

Mmandarano, and Element02:

I have the grand opening advertisement for the Northpoint Cinema 5 from September 25, 1987. I have the original ads. Contact me at for more information.

raysson on June 25, 2015 at 11:12 am

Opened on September 25, 1987 as Eastern Federal’s only theater venue in the greater Winston-Salem/Triad area.

The opening attractions for the Northpoint’s Grand Opening were two exclusive Triad engagement showings…

Michael Caine in “THE WHISTLE BLOWER”-Exclusive

Matt Dillon and Diane Lane in “THE BIG TOWN”-Exclusive

The other opening attractions at Northpoint were…..

Kevin Costner and Gene Hackman in “NO WAY OUT”

Anne Bancroft in “ 84 CHARING CROSS ROAD”

Stanley Kubrick’s War Drama “FULL METAL JACKET”

The Coming Attractions to the Northpoint…….

Danny Glover and Mel Gibson in “LETHAL WEAPON”

raysson on June 25, 2015 at 11:07 am

The Aperture took over in 2002 after the Northpoint Cinemas closed. For years the Northpoint 5 was to place to go see first-run exclusive features as well as arthouse, independent films along with documentaries, foreign and Oscar winning presentations. It also had the opportunity to screen second-run films and once in a blue moon reissue standard Hollywood classics(ranging from “Gone With The Wind”, to “Casablanca” and “Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo”). It was Winston-Salem’s only arthouse theater from 1987 until it closed in 2002.

Mmandarano on September 25, 2013 at 4:34 pm

For many years Northpoint 5 was the go-to place for foreign, arthouse, indpendent and award-winning films. It was a great theatre. I hated when it closed. Luckily, Aperture kind of fills that void now, but Aperture’s screens and seating is not the best.

Element02 on March 20, 2010 at 5:46 pm

I loved this theatre growing up. Around the time I was in high school, it was the only theatre in the area that would let you into R-rated films without an ID. They also played many controversial arthouse style pictures, including ‘Romance’ and ‘Y Tu Mama Tambien’