Al Ringling Theatre
Phone: 608-356-8864
Number of Screens: 1
The Al. Ringling was "America's Prettiest Playhouse" from the very beginning. The American Theatre Historical Society says it "pointed the way to the great palatial theatres of the following decade...One of the finest examples of palatial design applied to a motion picture theatre in this country.
Brooklyn Heights Cinema
Phone: 718.596.7070
Number of Screens: 2
The Brooklyn Heights Cinema opened it's doors in June of 1970. It is the oldest and longest running independently and locally owned and operated cinema (remaining) in New York City
Ken Cinema Kensington San Diego
Phone: 619 283 3227
Number of Screens: 1
Opened in 1946. Operated by Landmark since 1975. The Ken Cinema opened as the first theatre to bring quality foreign films to San Diego, and was the second theatre to be acquired by Landmark Theatres. The Ken offers a wide variety of films, from independent fare to foreign language cinema
Cinema Article: Ken Cinema Remains Open
La Paloma Theatre Encinitas California
Phone: 760-436-5774
Number of Screens: 1
On February 11, 1928 La Paloma Theatre opened with the film "The Cohen's And Kelly's in Paris.Over the years many performers have graced the stage of La Paloma. Musical artists as diverse as Loreena McKennitt, Nickel Creek, Ralph Stanley, Jerry Garcia and Eddie Vedder.
Music Box Theatre Chicago USA
Phone: 773-871-6604
Number of Screens: 1
For the last two decades, the Music Box Theatre has been the premiere venue in Chicago for independent and foreign films. It currently has the largest theater space operated full time in the city.
Rosendale Theatre New York
Phone: 845 658-8989
Number of Screens: 1
The Rosendale Theatre Collective is dedicated to preserving the historic Rosendale Theatre and enhancing the cultural life and economic vitality of Rosendale and Ulster County through film, the performing arts, and educational programming.
The Aquarius Theatre San Francisco Peninsula
Phone: 650327-3241
Number of Screens: 1
2 Screens DLP Digital Projection and Sound. Built in 1969. Operated by Landmark since 1985. The Aquarius Theatre features the finest in independent and foreign language cinema. It is unique in both design and style, sporting two separate houses
The Castro Theatre San Francisco
Phone: 415 6216120
Number of Screens: 1
In 1977, the Castro was designated City of San Francisco registered landmark number 100. It is one of the few remaining movie palaces in the nation from the 1920s that is still in operation.

The Seven Gables Theatre Seattle
Phone: 206 632-8821
Number of Screens: 1
INFO: 1 Screen DLP Digital Projection and Sound. Built in 1925. Operated by Landmark since 1989. The Seven Gables Theatre is located in Seattle's University District on the corner of 50th and Roosevelt. It is often described as "that house above the Italian restaurant" because of its cozy exterior
The Stanford Theatre Palo Alto.
Phone: 650 324-3700
Number of Screens: 1
The Stanford Theatre first opened in 1925, and it served for decades as Palo Alto's premier movie house
The Tampa Theatre Tampa Florida
Phone: 813 274 8286.
Number of Screens: 1
Built in 1926 as one of America’s most elaborate “movie palaces,” the Tampa Theatre today is a passionately protected and generously supported landmark