511 Queen Anne Avenue North,
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Originally opened in 1926 as a single screen movie house, the Uptown Theatre received an Art Moderne style facelift in the 1940’s, including its present marquee.
Around 1989, two additional screens were added, each seating about 170. The original 500-seat auditorium remained intact. The building next door, that was previously a restaurant was torn down (keeping the original façade) with the building of Seattle’s first stadium seating auditoriums. The Uptown Cinemas screens first-run features, leaning towards art films.
As of November 2010, movie operator AMC (which took over the theatre when it acquired Loews Cineplex) announced it would close on November 28, 2010. In August 2011, it was taken over by the Seattle International Film Festival, and reopened as an art house cinema in October 2011.
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