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Boulder, CO: New Art House Boedecker Theater Opened Its Doors March 2, 2011

Posted on Friday, March 11th, 2011 11:05 AM by Scott Jentsch

The Denver Post reported last week that art house fans in Boulder, Colorado now have a new place to see movies! The Boedecker Theater opened its doors on Wednesday, March 2, 2011 with a showing of Jean-Luc Godard's Breathless.

Boulder boasts a film festival. And the University of Colorado there sponsors the International Film Series. There's even a symposium named in honor of avant-garde cinema legend and one-time professor Stan Brakhage (it starts March 11.)

What the movie-smitten town hasn't had for a number of years is an art house. This changed Wednesday, when the Boedecker Theater flipped on its digital projector and screened Jean-Luc Godard's "Breathless." The intimate 60-seat movie house is part of the Dairy Center, an arts-culture hub.

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Architect's rendering of the interior of the Boedecker Theater in Boulder, Colorado.

The new theater is part of The Dairy Center for the Arts on Walnut Street, near the Arapahoe Village Shopping Center, and features just 60 seats, Digital Cinema Projection (all digital, with no film projection capability), and 7.1 channel surround sound. The space is in a corner of the center that previously held a public access television studio. The theater will offer the standard concessions, as well as beer and wine, and it can host live performances as well.

Groundbreaking was held on August 19, 2010. We're currently working on getting showtimes for the theater, and should have them soon on the Showtimes page for the theater.

Have You Been to the Boedecker Theater?

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Source: The Dairy Center Press Release



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Mar 12, 2011 - BigScreen Reader  

This is an amazing theater with stunning visual and sound systems. Great beer on tap and wine too!  

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