3405 Central Avenue NE,
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The Guild Art Theatre opened as an adult theatre on February 16, 1966, screening the Greek movie “Red Lanterns” starring Jenny Karezi. It was located in a building that had originally opened a few years earlier as a short-lived store.
From 1971-77, the Guild Theatre was a revival theatre, but when the Guild’s owner acquired another art house nearby (the Don Pancho Theatre), the Guild Theatre was shuttered. It reopened in 1979, showing art and foreign fare, until 1988, when it closed again. The Guild Theatre reopened a few months later, remaining open until 1998, when it closed again briefly before reopening once more under new ownership.
The theatre was sold to new owners in 2004, who continue the Guild Theatre’s art house tradition. Today, the Guild Cinema is the only remaining independent art house in the Albuquerque area.
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