Wednesday, June 4, 2014

The Best Indy Movie Theaters in Seattle

Sundance Cinemas is one of Seattle's best independent film theater.
Sundance Cinema in Seattle after a
major redmodel.
Just about everyone loves movies, but not all are crazy about the films shown at their local mall. For them, they are looking for something different. It’s not always easy to find a theater that shows obscure older movies, an international artsy movie or a film that is locally made, but Seattle does have them. Here are five of the best:

Sundance Cinemas
4500 9th Ave. N.E., Seattle, WA 98105
(206) 633-0059 - www.sundancecinemas.com



Sundance Cinemas is one of Seattle's best independent film theater.
Not your average theater concession stand.
Seattle’s Sundance Cinemas has recently had a huge makeover and the location is stunning. Every week, Sundance presents the latest independent films as well as the popular blockbusters. The cinemas are for adults ages 21 and up only, all seats are reserved and no commercials are shown before the main attraction. Instead, shorts and features from the Sundance Channel make up the pre-show. The seating is roomy and comfortable. Outside of the theatre, you’ll find a bar and bistro with wi-fi access. The theatre does charge an amenity fee from $0-$3 per film and you’ll need to pay for parking.