City Lights Cinema

1005 S. St. Francis Drive,
Santa Fe, NM 87505

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The Bijou Theatre was opened in 1975. It was renamed City Lights Cinema and reopened May 20, 1977. It was a small art house independent in Santa Fe, NM. It was located in a small shopping center between a bakery and a video store. It closed up around 1986. It returned to it’s retail roots and is a Domino’s Pizza last time I noticed.

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misterboo on August 18, 2011 at 5:11 pm

I worked at this little theater for ~3 years when I was a teenager. It was a great experience and I believe I developed my film taste with all of the cult, foreign, neglected, and classic movies I saw there. I spent a little time a the El Paseo too, but this was the place where I learned manual change-overs, arc carbon lamphouses, and screen masking.

Here’s a bio for Bill Hill the guy that owned and ran the place:

rivest266 on September 18, 2016 at 1:47 pm

This opened in the first quarter of 1975 as Bijou and renamed and reopened as City Lights on May 20th, 1977. Grand opening ad in photo section.

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