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We don’t usually give plugs to in-development films like this, but Cinema 16:9 received a lot of coverage on Cinedelphia over the years so we thought an update was in order… Since the closing of Cinema [...]
The fine folks over at Lansdowne’s Cinema 16:9 recently opened a new five-seat theater that they’ve christened The Lynx. The room’s projection and sound are good, the seats are comfortable and aren’t too close to the [...]
There’s a lot involved with this one so we’ll let the release do the talking… Best of Philly Best Movie Night winner, Cinema 16:9 is hosting a major public dance event inspired by the innovative feature [...]
I’ll begin with an e-mail I received last night from Arcadia University’s Dr. Chris Simmons, I recently corresponded with him regarding his plans for a Philadelphia-based art house/repertory theater (a concept that I’ve heard pitches for [...]
My girlfriend and I made our first trip out to Cinema 16:9 last fall for a Troll 2/Best Worst Movie double-feature (the former of which we would see again shortly at December’s Exhumed [...]
The historic Lansdowne Theater opened on June 1, 1927 with the silent film Knockout Riley. It served as the Philadelphia suburb’s primary source for cinema until 1987 when, during a screening of Beverly Hills Cop II, [...]