Alamo Drafthouse New Mission Cinema

2550 Mission Street,
San Francisco, CA 94110

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Taken on: August 6, 2019

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Bar Area At  Alamo Drafthouse New Mission Theatre

They took out the nice red bulbs and put in white lights in the bar area. Time to change to blue?

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ohprojectorman on August 7, 2019 at 8:56 am

Those fixtures have multi-color LED’s. Must have chosen white that day.

terrywade on August 23, 2019 at 1:23 am

Thanks OP yes I think they had the white work lights on when I took this photo. Was inside a few days ago when the bar was open and they were red again. Now only If they can put some color lights inside Theatre #1. All the pre show is washed out on the screen by overhead white deco roof lights shining down on the screen. This can be fixed by putting in a shield on the 3 ceiling lights so the light does not aim down at the screen on the backside. The side old organ grills need some blue or green/turquoise lighting along with the red curtains. Many years ago this classic cinema had blue lights on dim in a dark theatre when a movie was going. Now everything is turned off. Showmanship needs to come back at the Alamo ‘New Mission’. Check out the old Fox Stanford Theatre in Palo Alto CA and see their color lights during a movie.

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