Cities With Downtown Theaters

 Showing Independent Films


Alabama:  Mobile (Crescent Theater)

Arizona: Tucson (Screening Room)

California: Los Angeles (Downtown Independent), Sacramento (Crest Theatre), San Francisco (Landmark Theatres), San Jose (Camera 3)

Colorado: Colorado Springs (Kimball's Peak 3), Denver (Mayan Theatre)

Delaware: Wilmington (Theatre N at Nemours)

District of Columbia: Washington (Landmark E Street Cinema)

Hawaii: Honolulu (Doris Duke Theatre)

Idaho: Boise (The Flicks)

Illinois: Chicago (Gene Siskel Film Center)

Indiana: Fort Wayne (Cinema Center)

Louisiana: Shreveport (Robinson Film Center)

Maryland: Baltimore (Charles Theatre, near downtown)

Missouri: Springfield (Moxie Cinema)

Montana: Billings (Art House Cinema and Pub)

Nebraska: Omaha (Film Streams)

New York: New York City, Rochester (Little Theater)

North Carolina: Durham (Carolina Theatre), Winston-Salem (Aperture Cinema)

North Dakota: Fargo (Fargo Theatre)

Ohio: Dayton (Neon Movies)





Oregon: Portland (Living Room Theaters, Cinema 21)

Pennsylvania: Philadelphia (Ritz 5)

Rhode Island: Providence (Cable Car Cinema)

South Carolina: Columbia (Nickelodeon Theater)

Texas: Austin (Alamo Drafthouse Cinema)

Utah: Salt Lake City (Broadway Centre Cinemas)

Washington: Spokane (Magic Lantern Theatre), Tacoma (Grand Cinema)

Wyoming: Cheyenne (Lincoln Theater, second-run)