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The 70mm-Equipped Cinemas in North America (2015 - Present)

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Compiled by: Michael CoateDate: 12.11.2021
The Hollywood Theatre, in Portland, Oregon (USA). Picture by Morgan Montague

Have you ever wondered how many North American cinemas were capable of screening 70mm prints during the peak period of the format?

• Go to The 70mm-Equipped Cinemas in North America (1960)
• Go to The 70mm-Equipped Cinemas in North America (1970)
• Go to The 70mm-Equipped Cinemas in North America (1985)

The 70mm-Equipped Cinemas in North America (2015-Present)

Compiled by Michael Coate


The 70mm-equipped cinemas in North America 2015-present are/were …

ALABAMA
Hoover — Carmike Patton Creek 15 + IMAX

ARIZONA
Glendale — AMC Westgate 20
Scottsdale — Harkins Scottsdale 101
Tempe — Harkins Tempe Marketplace 16
Tucson — The Loft

BRITISH COLUMBIA
Vancouver — Cineplex Park

CALIFORNIA
Beverly Hills — AMPAS Samuel Goldwyn
Beverly Hills — Fine Arts
Burbank — AMC Burbank 16
Daly City — Cinemark Century 20 Daly City + XD
Irvine — Regal Edwards Irvine Spectrum 21 + IMAX + RPX
La Mesa — Reading Grossmont Center 10
Long Beach — CSULB Carpenter Center
Long Beach — Regal Edwards Long Beach Stadium 26 & IMAX
Los Angeles (Hollywood) — American Cinematheque Egyptian
Los Angeles (Hollywood) — AMPAS Linwood Dunn
Los Angeles (Hollywood) — Directors Guild
Los Angeles (Hollywood) — Dolby (?)
Los Angeles (Hollywood) — Pacific Cinerama Dome / Arclight Hollywood
Los Angeles (Hollywood) — Pacific El Capitan
Los Angeles (Hollywood) — TCL Chinese (?)
Los Angeles (Hollywood Hills) — Hollywood Bowl
Los Angeles (Hollywood Hills) — Hollywood Legion
Los Angeles (Mid-Wilshire) — AMPAS Academy Museum David Geffen
Los Angeles (Mid-Wilshire) — AMPAS Academy Museum Ted Mann
Los Angeles (Mid-Wilshire) — LACMA Leo S. Bing
Los Angeles (Playa del Rey) — Cinemark 18 + XD
Los Angeles (San Pedro) — Warner Grand
Los Angeles (Sherman Oaks) — ArcLight Sherman Oaks 16
Los Angeles (University Park) — USC Eileen Norris
Los Angeles (West Los Angeles) — The Landmark 12
Los Angeles (Westchester) — Cinemark 18 + XD
Los Angeles (Westwood Village) — Hammer Museum Billy Wilder
Los Angeles (Westwood Village) — Regency Village
Oakland — Grand Lake 4
Palm Springs — Sagewood Camelot Triplex
Pleasant Hill — Cinemark Century Pleasant Hill 16
Sacramento — Tower Triplex
San Diego — AMC Mission Valley 20
San Diego — ArcLight La Jolla 14
San Diego — Fleet Science Center
San Francisco — Alamo Drafthouse New Mission
San Francisco — Castro
San Francisco — Cinemark Century San Francisco Centre 9 + XD
San Francisco — Sundance Kabuki 8
San Jose — California
San Jose — Cinemark Century 20 Oakridge + XD
Santa Barbara — Metropolitan Riviera
Santa Clara — AMC Mercado 20
Santa Monica — American Cinematheque Aero
Torrance — AMC Del Amo 18
Union City — Cinemark Century 25 Union City + XD

COLORADO
Denver — Regal Edwards Continental Stadium 10 + RPX
Westminster — AMC Westminster Promenade 24

CONNECTICUT
Hartford — Cinestudio

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Washington — AMC Uptown
Washington — Library of Congress Mary Pickford
Washington — Regal Gallery Place Stadium 14
Washington — Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

FLORIDA
Aventura — AMC Aventura 24
Boca Raton — Cinemark Palace 20
Coral Gables — Coral Gables Art
Davie — Cinemark Paradise 24 + XD
Lake Buena Vista — AMC Disney Springs 24
Miami — Regal Kendall Village Stadium 16 IMAX + RPX
Orlando — Regal Waterford Lakes Stadium 20 + IMAX
Tampa — AMC Veterans 24
West Palm Beach — Muvico Parisian 20 + IMAX at City Place

GEORGIA
Atlanta — Cinebistro at Town Brookhaven
Atlanta — Cinefest (Georgia State University)
Atlanta — Fox
Atlanta — Regal Atlantic Station Stadium 16 + IMAX + RPX + VIP
Morrow — AMC Southlake 24

IDAHO
Boise — Egyptian

ILLINOIS
Champaign — Virginia
Chicago — AMC River East 21
Chicago — Kerasotes Showplace Icon
Chicago — Music Box
Chicago — Navy Pier IMAX
Crestwood — AMC Loews Crestwood 18
Evanston — Cinemark Century 12 Evanston/Cinearts 6 + XD
South Barrington — AMC South Barrington 30

INDIANA
Indianapolis — White River IMAX

KANSAS
Leawood — AMC Town Center 20

LOUISIANA
Harahan — AMC Elmwood Palace 20
New Orleans — McAlister Auditorium (Tulane University)

MARYLAND
Annapolis — Bow Tie Annapolis Mall 11
Baltimore — AMC Loews White Marsh 16
Baltimore — Senator
Hanover — Cinemark
Silver Spring — AFI Silver Cultural Center

MASSACHUSETTS
Boston — AMC Boston Common 19
Brookline — Coolidge Corner 4
Somerville — Somerville
Worcester — Worcester Polytechnic Institute

MICHIGAN
Livonia — AMC Livonia 20
Redford — MCTOS Redford
Saginaw — Temple
Southgate — MJR Southgate 20
Sterling Heights — AMC Forum 30

MINNESOTA
Columbia Heights — Heights
Edina — AMC Southdale 16
Plymouth – Emagine Willow Creek 12

MISSOURI
Sappington — Marcus Wehrenberg Ronnie’s 20

NEVADA
Las Vegas — AMC Town Square 18

NEW JERSEY
Cherry Hill — AMC Loews Cherry Hill 24
Hamilton — AMC Hamilton 24
Paramus — AMC Garden State 16

NEW MEXICO
Albuquerque — Cinemark Century Rio 24 + XD

NEW YORK
Farmingdale — National Amusements Farmingdale 14
New Rochelle — Regal New Roc City Stadium 18 + IMAX + RPX
New York (Brooklyn) — Alamo Drafthouse Downtown Brooklyn
New York (Manhattan) — AMC 84th Street 6
New York (Manhattan) — AMC Empire 25
New York (Manhattan) — AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13
New York (Manhattan) — AMC Loews Orpheum 7
New York (Manhattan) — Bow-Tie Ziegfeld
New York (Manhattan) — City Cinemas Cinema 1,2,3
New York (Manhattan) — City Cinemas East 86th Street
New York (Manhattan) — City Cinemas Paris
New York (Manhattan) — City Cinemas Village East 7
New York (Manhattan) — Film Society Lincoln Center Walter Reade
New York (Manhattan) — Regal E-Walk Stadium 13 + RPX
New York (Queens) — Museum of the Moving Image
Peekskill — Paramount Center for the Arts
Rochester — Kodak

NORTH CAROLINA
Charlotte — Regal Stonecrest at Piper Glen Stadium 22 + IMAX
Durham — AMC Southpoint 17
Greensboro — University of North Carolina School of the Arts

OHIO
Cleveland — CWRU Strosacker
Columbus — Gateway Film Center
Columbus — Wexner Center for the Arts
Valley View — Cinemark at Valley View + XD

OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma City — AMC Quail Springs 24

ONTARIO
Toronto — Cinesphere
Toronto — Cineplex Odeon Varsity & VIP
Toronto — TIFF Bell Lightbox

OREGON
Portland — Hollywood
Tigard — Regal Bridgeport Village Stadium 18 + IMAX

PENNSYLVANIA
Bensalem — AMC Neshaminy 24
King of Prussia — Regal UA King of Prussia Stadium 16 + IMAX + RPX
Philadelphia — Regal UA Riverview Plaza Stadium 17 + RPX
West Homestead — AMC Loews Waterfront 22

QUEBEC
Montreal — Cinema Banque Scotia 12

RHODE ISLAND
Providence — National Amusements Providence Place 16 + IMAX

TENNESSEE
Franklin — Carmike Thoroughbred 20
Knoxville — Regal Pinnacle Stadium 18 IMAX + RPX

TEXAS
Addison – Look 11
Arlington — AMC The Parks at Arlington 18
Arlington – Studio Movie Grill 9
Austin — Alamo Drafthouse Ritz
Austin – Paramount
Dallas — AMC Northpark 15
Dallas – Studio Movie Grill Royal Lane 9
Galveston — Moody Gardens IMAX
Houston — AMC Gulf Pointe 30
Houston — Regal Edwards Greenway Grand Palace Stadium 24 + RPX
Pflugerville — Cinemark Tinseltown 20 + XD
Plano — Cinemark West Plano + XD
San Antonio — Rivercenter IMAX
San Antonio — Santikos Palladium 19 & IMAX

VIRGINIA
Alexandria — AMC Hoffman Center 22
McLean — AMC Tysons Corner 16
Norfolk — ARF Naro
Woodbridge — AMC Potomac Mills 18

WASHINGTON
Bellevue — Cinemark Lincoln Square 16
Seattle — AMC Pacific Place 11
Seattle — Cinerama
Seattle — Egyptian

WISCONSIN
Milwaukee — Oriental
Waukesha — Marcus Majestic 16

Notes:

Studio and private screening room shave not been included.

IMAX and other special venue locales are not included except in cases where such venues could also screen 5/70 prints.

In cases of changes in ownership during the subject timeframe, venues are listed with current or last-known owner (chain).

There are possibly some venues cited in this work that during timeframe being studied no longer possess the ability to screen 70mm because the once-installed gear had been removed and decommissioned or relocated to another venue. The still-open status of these venues and the lack of any confirmation of such a removal situation (or conflicting details) may explain the inclusion.

The information in this article was principally referenced from film industry trade reports, regional newspaper promotion, projector and sound system trade advertisements and installation records, with special thanks to Claude Ayakawa, David Ayers, Don Beelik, Martin Brooks, Steve Guttag, Mike Hensley, Jeffry Johnson, William Kallay, Ron Lacheur, Stephen Leigh, Mark Lensenmayer, Brad Miller, Brian Whitish.

If you believe this article contains any errors or omissions, please consider emailing the author or editor.
 
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