This list is actively updated. Showing art-house, indie, and/or repertory films, ordered by state and then city. Where applicable, parent film organizations are also listed, and * denotes nonprofit. Did we miss any? Let us know at editor@filmlinc.com!

ALABAMA

Crescent Theater (est. 2008)
Mobile, 1 screen

Capri Theatre* (est. 1983)
Montgomery, 1 screen

ALASKA

Bear Tooth Theatrepub (est. 2000)
Anchorage, 1 screen

Gold Town Nickelodeon (est. 1990)
Juneau, 1 screen

ARIZONA

FilmBar (est. 2011)
Phoenix, 1 screen

Mary D. Fisher Theatre* (est. 2012)
Sedona

Exploded View (est. 2010)
Tucson, 1 screen/part-time

Fox Tucson Theatre* (est. 2006)
Tucson, 2 screens/part-time

The Loft Cinema* (est. 1993)

Tucson, 3 screens

CALIFORNIA

Aptos Cinema (est. 2005)
Aptos, 2 screens

Pacific Film Archive* (est. 1966)
Berkeley Art Museum of the University of California, Berkeley, 1 screen/part-time

Rialto Cinemas Elmwood (est. 2007)
Berkeley, 3 screens

The Pageant Theatre (est. 1980)
Chico, 1 screen

Davis Varsity Theatre (est. 1921)
Davis, 2 screens

Rialto Cinema Cerrito (est. 2009)
El Cerrito, 2 screens

The Eureka Theater* (est. 2013)
Eureka, 1 screen/part-time

The Alex Theatre* (est. 1995)
Alex Film Society, Glendale, 1 screen/part-time

Arena Cinema (est. 2012)
Hollywood, 1 screen

Egyptian Theatre* (est. 1981)

American Cinematheque, Hollywood, 2 screens/part-time

Lark Theater* (est. 2004)
Larkspur, 1 screen

The Art Theatre of Long Beach (est. 1924)
Long Beach, 1 screen

Cinefamily at the Silent Movie Theatre* (est. 2007)
Los Angeles, 1 screen

Downtown Independent (est. 2007)
Los Angeles, 1 screen

Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s Film Program* (est. 1965)
Los Angeles, 1 screen/part-time

Melnitz Movies (est. 1927)
James Bridges Theater UCLA campus, Los Angeles, 1 screen

New Beverly Cinema (est. 1978)
Los Angeles, 1 screen

UCLA Film Archive* (est. 1969)
Los Angeles, 1 screen

Vintage Los Feliz 3 Cinemas (est. 1934)
Los Angeles, 3 screens

The State Theatre* (est. 2005)
Modesto, 1 screen

Rio Theater (est. 1994)
Monte Rio, 1 screen

Magic Theatre (est. 1990)
Nevada City, 1 screen

The New Parkway Theater (est. 2012)
Oakland, 2 screens

Cinémas Palme d’Or (est. 2003)
Palm Desert, 7 screens

Camelot Theatres (est. 1967)
Palm Springs, 3 screens

Cameo Cinema* (est. 1997)
St. Helena, 1 screen

Crest Theatre (est. 1986)
Sacramento, 2 screens/part-time

Digital Gym Cinema* (est. 2013)
Media Arts Center, San Diego, 1 screen

Balboa Theatre (est. 1926)
San Francisco, 2 screens

The Castro Theatre (est. 1976)
San Francisco, 1 screen

The Kanbar Forum (est. 2013)
The Exploratorium, San Francisco, 1 screen/part-time

Roxie Theater* (est. 2008)
San Francisco, 3 screens

Vogue Theatre* (est. 2007)
San Francisco, 1 screen

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts* (est. 1993)
San Francisco, 1 screen/part-time

Camera 3 (est. 1984)
San Jose, 3 screens

Palm Theatre (est. 1988)
San Luis Obispo, 3 screens

Christopher B. Smith Rafael Film Center* (est. 1999)
California Film Insitute, San Rafael, 3 screens

The Frida Cinema* (est. 2014)
Long Beach Cinematheque, Santa Ana, 2 screens

Riviera Theatre*
SBIFF Showcase, Santa Barbara, 1 screen

The Del Mar (est. 2002)
Santa Cruz, 3 screens

The Nick (est. 1969)
Santa Cruz, 2 screens

Aero Theatre* (est. 2005)
American Cinematheque, Santa Monica, 1 screen

Summerfield Cinema (est. 2010)
Santa Rosa, 5 screens

Rialto Cinemas Sebastapol (est. 2009)
Sebastopol, 9 screens

Sebastiani Theatre* (est. 1992)
Sonoma, 1 screen

COLORADO

The Boedecker Theater* (est. 2011)
Boulder, 1 screen/part-time

International Film Series* (est. 1941)
Boulder, 2 screens

Kimball’s Peak 3 Theater (est. 1991)
Colorado Springs, 3 screens

Sie FilmCenter* (est. 2002)
Denver Film Society, Denver, 3 screens

Animas City Theatre (est. 2013)
Durango, 1 screen/part-time

The Lyric  (est. 2007)
Fort Collins, 4 screens

The Kress Cinema (est. 2008)
Greeley, 1 screen/part-time

CONNECTICUT

Bantam Cinema (est. 1968)
Bantam, 2 screens/part-time

Bethel Cinema (est. 1995)
Bethel, 4 screens

Cinestudio* (est. 1970)
Hartford, 1 screen

Real Art Ways (est. 1996)
Hartford, 1 screen

Garden Cinema (est. 1968)
Norwalk, 1 screen

Avon Theatre Film Center* (est. 2004)
Stamford, 2 screens

DELAWARE

Theatre N (est. 2002)
Wilmington, 1 screen/part-time

FLORIDA

Living Room Theaters (est. 2011)
Boca Raton, 4 screens

Coral Gables Art Cinema* (est. 2010)
Coral Gables, 1 screen

Cinematique of Daytona* (est. 1991)
Dayton, 1 screen

Movies of Delray (est. 2008)
Delray Beach, 5 screens

Cinema Paradiso Ft. Lauderdale* (est. 1998)
Fort Lauderdale, 1 screen

Hippodrome State Theatre* (est. 1973)
Gainesville, 1 screen/part-time

Tree House Cinema (est. 2014)

Gulf Breeze, 4 screens

Cinema Paradiso Hollywood* (est. 2013)
Hollywood, 1 screen

Sun-Ray Cinema (est. 2011)
Jacksonville, 2 screens

Tropic Cinema* (est. 2003)
Key West Film Society, Key West, 4 screens

Mos’Art Theatre (est. 2009)
Lake Park, 1 screen

Movies of Lake Worth (est. 2009)
Lake Worth, 6 screens

Stonzek Theatre* (est. 2007)
Lake Worth, 1 screen

Enzian Theater* (est. 1985)
Maitland, 1 screen

O Cinema Wynwood* (est. 2011)
Miami, 1 screen

Miami Beach Cinematheque* (est. 1993)
Miami Beach, 1 screen

O Cinema Miami Beach* (est. 2014)
Miami Beach, 1 screen

O Cinema Miami Shores* (est. 2012)
Miami Shores, 1 screen/part-time

Burns Court* (est. 1993)
Sarasota Film Society, Sarasota, 3 screens

Lakewood Ranch* (est. 2006)
Sarasota Film Society, Sarasota, 6 screens

The Corazon Cinema and Cafe (est. 2014)
St. Augustine, 3 screens

All Saints Cinema* (est. 1999)
Tallahassee Film Society, Tallahassee, 1 screen/part-time

Tampa Theatre* (est. 1926)

Tampa, 1 screen

GEORGIA

Athens Cine* (est. 2007)
Athens, 2 screens

Plaza Theatre* (est. 2006)
Atlanta, 2 screens

HAWAII

Doris Duke Theatre (est. 1977)
Honolulu Museum of Art, Honolulu, 1 screen

IDAHO

The Flicks (est. 1984)
Boise, 4 screens

Kenworthy Performing Arts  Centre* (est. 2002)
Moscow, 1 screen/part-time

Panida Theater* (est. 1985)
Sandpoint, 1 screen/part-time

ILLINOIS

The Art Theater (est. 1987)
Champaign, 1 screen/co-op

Facets Cinémathèque* (est. 1975)
Chicago, 1 screen

Gene Siskel Film Center* (est. 1972)
Chicago, 2 screens

Music Box Theatre (est. 1983)
Chicago, 2 screens

Northwest Chicago Film Society* (est. 2011)
Chicago, various locations/part-time

Block Cinema* (est. 2000)
Evanston, 1 screen/part-time

The Glen Art Theatre (est. 1986)
Glen Ellyn, 4 screens

Normal Theater* (est. 1994)
Normal, 1 screen/part-time

Wilmette Theatre* (est. 1913)
Wilmette, 2 screens

INDIANA

Indiana University Cinema* (est. 2011)
Bloomington, 1 screen

Cinema Center* (est. 1976)
Fort Wayne Cinema Center, Inc., Fort Wayne, 1 screen

DeBartolo Performing Arts Center (est. 2004)
University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, 1 screen

IOWA

The Fleur Cinema and Café (est. 2001)
Des Moines, 4 screens

Orpheum Theater (est. 2013)
Fairfield, 2 screens

The Bijou Cinema* (est. 1972)
Iowa City, 1 screen

FilmScene* (est. 2011)
Iowa City, 1 screen

KANSAS

Liberty Hall (est. 1987)
Lawrence, 2 screens

Fine Arts Group (est. 1982)
Glenwood Arts, Overland Park, 5 screens
Rio, Overland Park, 1 screen

Salina Art Center Cinema* (est. 1997)
Salina, 1 screen

KENTUCKY

The Kentucky Theatre (est. 1922)
Lexington, 2 screens

Speed Art Museum
Louisville, 1 screen

Maiden Alley Cinema* (est. 2001)
Paducah Film Society, Paducah, 1 screen/part-time

Cincinnati World Cinema (est. 2002)
Southgate, 1 screen/part-time

LOUISIANA

Shotgun Cinema* (est. 2013)
New Orleans, 1 screen/part-time

Zeitgeist Multi-Disciplinary Arts Center* (est. 1986)
New Orleans, 1 screen

Robinson Film Center* (est. 2008)
Red River Film Center, Shreveport, 2 screens

MAINE

Reel Pizza Cinerama (est. 1995)
Bar Harbor, 1 screen

Harbor Theatre (est. 2012)
Boothbay, 1 screen

Eveningstar Cinema (est. 1986)
Brunswick, 1 screen

Frontier Cinema and Café (est. 2006)
Brunswick, 1 screen/part-time

The Strand Theatre* (est. 2005)
Rockland, 1 screen

Railroad Square Cinema* (est. 1978)
Maine Film Center, Waterville, 3 screens

MARYLAND

The Charles Theater (est. 1979)
Baltimore, 5 screens

The Senator Theatre (est. 1939)
Baltimore, 4 screens

AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center* (est. 1938)
Silver Spring, 3 screens

MASSACHUSETTS

Capitol Theatre (est. 2007)
Arlington, 5 screens

Arts Emerson* (est. 2010)

Emerson College, Boston, 1 screen/part-time

The Cabot (est. 2014)
Boston, 1 screen

Coolidge Corner Theatre* (est. 1989)
Brookline, 4 screens

Brattle Theatre* (est. 1953)
Brattle Film Foundation, Cambridge, 1 screen

Harvard Film Archive* (est. 1979)
Cambridge, 1 screen

Dedham Community Theatre* (est. 1927)
Dedham, 2 screens

Cape Cinema* (est. 1930)
Dennis, 1 screen

The Triplex (est. 1995)
Great Barrington, 4 screens

Martha’s Vineyard Film Center* (est. 2002)
Martha’s Vineyard, 1 screen/part-time

Screening Room (est. 1982)
Newburyport, 1 screen

Amherst Cinema* (est. 2006)
Amherst Cinema Arts Center, Northampton, 3 screens

Little Cinema* (est. 1950)
Pittsfield, 1 screen/part-time

Plimoth Cinema* (est. 2007)
Plimoth Plantation, Plymouth, 2 screens

Waters Edge Cinema* (est. 2010)
Provincetown Film Society, Provincetown, 1 screen

Cinema Salem (est. 2006)
Salem, 4 screens

Somerville Theatre (est. 2007)
Somerville, 5 screens

Images Cinema* (est. 1998)
Williamstown, 1 screen

MICHIGAN

The Michigan Theatre* (est. 1928)
Ann Arbor, 2 screens

The State Theater* (est. 1942)
Ann Arbor, 3 screens

The Maple Theater (est. 2012)
Bloomfield, 3 screens

Cinema Detroit (est. 2013)
Detroit, 2 screens

Detroit Film Theatre* (est. 1984)
Detroit Institute of the Arts, Detroit, 1 screen/part-time

Flint Institute of the Arts
Flint, 1 screen

The Knickerbocker Theatre* (est. 1988)
Hope College, Holland, 1 screen/part-time

Harbor Cinema (est. 2008)
Muskegon, 2 screens

The Bay Theatre (est. 1976)
Suttons Bay, 1 screen

Vickers Theatre (est. 1996)
Three Oaks, 1 screen/part-time

Bijou by the Bay* (est. 2013)
Traverse City Film Festival, Traverse City, 1 screen

The State Theatre* (est. 2007)
Traverse City Film Festival and State Theatre, Traverse City, 1 screen

MINNESOTA

Zinema 2* (est. 2009)
Zeitgeist Center for Arts and Community, Duluth, 2 screens

The Film Society of Minneapolis/Saint Paul* (est. 1962)
Minneapolis, 5 screens

Trylon* (est. 2009)
Take-Up Productions, Minneapolis, 1 screen

Walker Art Center* (est. 1973)
Minneapolis, 2 screens/part-time

 

MISSISSIPPI

The Strand Theatre (est. 1934, 2012)
Vicksburg, 1 screen/part-time

MISSOURI

Ragtag Cinema* (est. 2000)
Columbia, 2 screens

Screenland Crown Center (est. 2009)
Kansas City, 2 screens

Tivoli Cinemas (est. 1983)
Kansas City, 2 screens

Screenland Armour (est. 2012)
North Kansas City, 2 screens

Moxie Cinema* (est. 2004)
Springfield, 2 screens

Hi Pointe Theatre (est. 1922)
St. Louis, 2 screens

Tivoli Theatre (est. 1924)
St. Louis, 3 screens

Webster University Film Series* (est. 1979)
St Louis, 1 screen/part-time

MONTANA

Myrna Loy Center* (est. 1991)
Helena, 2 screens

The Roxy* (est. 2013)
Missoula, 3 screens

Wilma Theatre (est. 1983)
Missoula, 3 screens

NEBRASKA

Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center (est. 2003)
Lincoln, 2 screens

The Ruth Sokolof Theater* (est. 2007)
Film Streams, Omaha, 2 screens

Midwest Theater* (est. 1998)
Nebraska Arts, Scottsbluff, 1 screen/part-time

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Red River Theatres, Inc.* (est. 2007)
Concord, 3 screens

Wilton Town Hall Theatre (est. 1912)
Wilton, 3 screens

NEW JERSEY

The ShowRoom Cinema (est. 2009)
Asbury Park, 3 screens

Roberts Chatham Cinema (est. 1970s)
Chatham, 1 screen

Landmark Loew’s Jersey* (est. 1993)
Friends of the Loew’s, Jersey City, 1 screen/part-time

Clairidge Cinema (est. 2013)
Montclair, 1 screen

Princeton Garden Theatre* (est. 2014)
Princeton, 2 screens

NEW MEXICO

The Guild Cinema (est. 1966)
Albuquerque, 1 screen

The Fountain Theatre* (est. 1989)
The Mesilla Valley Film Society, Mesilla, 1 screen

CCA Cinematheque* (est. 1982)
Santa Fe, 2 screens

Jean Cocteau Cinema* (est. 2013)
Santa Fe, 1 screen

The Screen (est. 1990)
Santa Fe, 1 screen

NEW YORK

Spectrum 8 Theatres (est. 1983)
Albany, 8 screens

The Screening Room Cinema (est. 1993)
Amherst, 1 screen

BAM Rose Cinemas* (est. 1998)
Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, 4 screens

Light Industry* (est. 2012)
Brooklyn, 1 screen/part-time

Microscope Gallery (est. 2010)
Brooklyn, 1 screen/part-time

Nitehawk Cinema (est. 2011)
Brooklyn, 3 screens

Spectacle (est. 2010)
Brooklyn, 1 screen

Amherst 3 (est. 1942)
Dipson Theatres, Buffalo, 3 screens

North Park Theatre*
(est. 1920) Buffalo, 1 screen

Crandell Theatre* (est. 1998)
Chatham Film Club, Chatham, 1 screen

Cinema Arts Centre* (est. 1973)
Huntington, 3 screens

Cinemapolis* (est. 2000)
Ithaca, 5 screens

Cornell Cinema* (est. 1970)
Cornell University, Ithaca, 1 screen/part-time

Chautauqua Mall Cinema (est. 1969)
Dipson Theatres, Lakewood, 2 screens

Malverne Cinema (est. 1946)
Malverne, 6 screens, 516-599-6966

The Moviehouse (est. 1980)
Millerton, 4 screens

Angelika Film Center (est. 1989)
New York, 4 screens with other locations in Dallas (2001); Plano TX (2004); Fairfax VA (2012) & Washington DC (2014)

Anthology Film Archives* (est. 1988)
New York, 2 screens

The Beekman (est. 2008)
2 screens

Cinema 123 (est. 1962)
3 screens

East 86th Street (est. 1968)
4 screens

The Paris Theatre (est. 1948)
1 screen

Village East (est. 1991)
7 screens, City Cinemas, New York

Cinema Village (est. 1963)
New York, 3 screens

Film Forum* (est. 1970/1989)
New York, 3 screens

IFC Center (est. 2005)
New York, 5 screens

Lincoln Plaza Cinema (est. 1981)
New York, 6 screens

Maysles Cinema* (est. 2008)
Maysles Documentary Center, New York, 1 screen

Metrograph (est. 2016)
New York, 2 screens

Quad Cinema (est. 1972)
New York, 4 screens

Walter Reade Theater* and Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center* (est. 1991, 2011)
1 screen, 2 screens, Film Society of Lincoln Center, New York

Plaza Cinema* (est. 2011)
Patchogue, 1 screen

The Picture House* (est. 2009)
Pelham, 2 screens

Jacob Burns Film Center* (est. 2001)
Pleasantville, 3 screens

Museum of the Moving Image* (est. 1988)
Queens, 2 screens/part-time

The Dryden Theatre* (est. 1951)
George Eastman House, Rochester, 1 screen

Little Theatre* (est. 1982)
Rochester, 5 screens

Rosendale Theatre* (est. 2010)
Rosendale, 1 screen

Sag Harbor Cinema
Sag Harbor, 1 screen

Eastern Hills Cinema (est. 1971)
Dipson Theatres, Williamsville, 3 screens

Upstate Films (est. 1972)
Woodstock, 2 screens

NORTH CAROLINA

Fine Arts Theatre (est. 1996)
Asheville, 2 screens

Grail Moviehouse
Asheville, 3 screens

Chelsea Theater (est. 1990)
Chapel Hill, 3 screens

Studio C Cinema* (est. 2013)
Cornelius Art Center, Cornelius, 1 screen/part-time

Cameo Art House Theatre (est. 2000)
Fayetteville, 2 screens

Colony Theatres (est. 1972)
Raleigh, 2 screens

The Rialto (est. 1942)
Raleigh, 3 screens

Lumina Theater* (est. 2006)
Wilmington, 1 screen/part-time

a/perture Cinema (est. 2010)
Winston-Salem, 4 screens

NORTH DAKOTA

Fargo Theatre* (est. 1926)
Fargo, 2 screens/part-time

 

OHIO

The Nightlight* (est. 2014)
Akron, 1 screen

Athena Cinema* (est. 2008)

Ohio University, Athens, 3 screens

Esquire Theatre* (est. 1990)
Cincinnati, 6 screens

Mariemont Theatre (est. 1937)
Cincinnati, 5 screens

Capitol Theatre (est. 2009)
Cleveland, 3 screens

Cleveland Cinematheque* (est. 1986)
Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, 1 screen/part-time

Cleveland Museum of Art Film Series* (est. 1986)
Cleveland, 3 screens, part-time

Cedar Lee Theatre (est. 1926)
Cleveland Heights, 6 screens

Drexel Theatre* (est. 2009)
Columbus, 3 screens

Gateway Film Center (est. 2009)
Columbus, 8 screens

Studio 35 (est. 1939 as Indianola Theatre)
Columbus, 1 screen

Wexner Center for the Arts* (est. 1989)
Columbus, 1 screen/part-time

The Neon (est. 1987)
Dayton, 8 screens

Little Art Theatre* (est. 1955)
Yellow Springs, 1 screen

OKLAHOMA

Oklahoma City Museum of Art (est. 1993)
Oklahoma City, 1 screen/part-time

Circle Cinema* (est. 2004)
Tulsa, 3 screens

OREGON

Tin Pan Theater (est. 2012)
Bend, 1 screen

Darkside Cinema (est. 2006)
Corvallis, 3 screens

Bijou Art Cinemas (est. 1980)
Eugene, 2 screens

City Lights Cinema (est. 2014)
Florence, 4 screens

Cinema 21 (est. 1980)
Portland, 3 screens

Clinton Street Theater* (est. 1974)
Portland, 1 screen

Hollywood Theatre* (est. 1997)
Portland, 3 screens

Laurelhurst Theatre (est. 2001)
Portland, 4 screens

Living Room Theaters (est. 2006)
Portland, 6 screens

Northwest Film Center* (est. 1971)
Portland, 1 screen

Salem Cinema (est. 1982)
Salem, 3 screens

PENNSYLVANIA

Civic Theatre of Allentown* (showing films since 1989)
Allentown, 2 screens

Ambler Theater* (est. 2003)
Ambler, 2 screens

Allen Theatre (est. 1995)
Annville, 1 screen

Bryn Mawr Film Institute* (est. 2002)
Bryn Mawr, 4 screens

Carlisle Theatre (est. 1939)
Carlilse, 1 screen

County Theater* (1993)
Doylestown 2 screens

Midtown Cinema (est. 2001)
Harrisburg, 3 screens

Hiway Theatre* (est. 2013)
Jenkintown, 1 screen

Zoetropolis Art House (est. 2013)
Lancaster, 1 screen/part-time

The Campus Theatre* (est. 1941)
Lewisburg, 1 screen

Oaks Theater (est. 1938)
Oakmont, 1 screen

The Colonial Theatre* (est. 1999)
Phoenixville, 1 screen

Pittsburgh Filmmakers* (est. 1971)
Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, 2 screens

Dietrach Theatre
Tunkhannock, 4 screens

RHODE ISLAND

Jane Pickens Theater* (est. 2004)
Newport, 1 screen

Avon Cinema (est. 1938)
Providence, 1 screen

Cable Car Cinema & Café (est. 1976)
Providence, 1 screen

SOUTH CAROLINA

Terrace Theatre (est. 1997)
Charleston, 4 screens

Nickelodeon Theatre* (est. 1979)
Columbia Film Society, Columbia, 1 screen

SOUTH DAKOTA

Cinema Falls (est. 2012)
Sioux Falls, roving/part-time

TENNESSEE

Belcourt Theater* (est. 2000)
Nashville, 2 screens

TEXAS

Alamo Drafthouse (est. 1997)
Main Office: Austin, 1 screen
With 7 locations in Texas plus: Baton Rouge, LA; Winchester, VA; Kalamazoo, MI; Kansas City; Littleton, CO; Ashburn, VA; and Yonkers, NY

Marchesa Hall & Theatre* (est. 2013)
The Austin Film Society, Austin, 1 screen/part-time

Violet Crown Cinema (est. 2011)
Austin, 4 screens

Texas Theatre* (est. 2010)
Dallas, 1 screen
The Modern
Fort Worth, 1 screen
14 Pews* (est. 2010)
Houston, 1 screen/part-time

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston* (est. 1975)
Houston, 1 screen/part-time

UTAH

Art House Cinema 502 (est. 2011)
Ogden, 1 screen/part-time

Park City Film Series* (est. 1999)
Park City, 1 screen/part-time

Broadway Centre Cinemas* (est. 2001)
Salt Lake City, 6 screens

Tower Theatre* (est. 2001)
Salt Lake City, 2 screens

VERMONT

Savoy Theater (est. 1981)
Montpelier, 2 screens

 

VIRGINIA

Lyric Theatre* (est. 1998)
Blacksburg, 1 screen

Cinema Arts Theatres (est. 2000)
Fairfax, 6 screens

The Naro Expanded Cinema* (est. 1977)
Norfolk, 1 screen

Grandin Theatre* (est. 2002)
Roanoke, 4 screens

Kimball Theatre
Williamsburg, 1 screen

WASHINGTON

Lynwood Theatre (est. 1936)
Bainbridge Island, 1 screen

Pickford Film Center* (est. 1998)
Bellingham, 2 screens

Edmonds Theater (est. 1920s)
Edmonds, 1 screen

The Clyde Theatre (est. 1937)
Langley, 1 screen

Lincoln Theatre* (est. 1987)
Mt. Vernon, 1 screen/part-time

Capitol Theater (est. 1980)
Olympia Film Society, Olympia, 1 screen

Dragonfly Cinema (est. 2011)
Port Orchard, 2 screens/part-time

Rose Theatre (est. 1992)
Port Townsend, 3 screens

Central Cinema (est. 2005)
Seattle, 1 screen

Grand Illusion Cinema* (est. 1968)
Seattle, 1 screen

Northwest Film Forum* (est. 1995)
Seattle, 2 screens

SIFF Cinema Uptown* (est. 2011) SIFF Cinema Egyptian (est. 1989) SIFF Film Center (est. 2011)
Seattle International Film Festival, Seattle

Magic Lantern (est. 1931)
Spokane, 2 screens

The Grand Cinema* (est. 1997)
Tacoma, 4 screens

Kiggins Theatre (est. 2010)
Vancouver, 1 screen

WASHINGTON, D.C.

The Avalon Theatre2 screens

Freer and Sackler Galleries* (est. 1995)
Smithsonian Institution, 1 screen/part-time

West End Cinema (est. 2011)
3 screens

WEST VIRGINIA

Shepherdstown Opera House (est. 1992)
Shepherdstown, 1 screen

WISCONSIN

University of Wisconsin Cinematheque (est. 1998)
University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1 screen/part-time

Milwaukee Union Theatre* (est. 1971)
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 1 screen/part-time

 

With thanks to: Nina Kryza, Mark Rupp of Specticast, Dylan Skolnick of the Cinema Arts Centre, and Barbara Twist at Art House Convergence