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The Pleasant Street Theatre in Northampton, Massachusetts closed in December 2007 (read the Journal article), but moviegoers in the area can rejoice in the fact that the theater is re-opening on January 25, 2008 under the management of Amherst Cinema Arts Center in Amherst. The non-profit group operates the Amherst Cinema Arts Center.
The Republican published an article about the change in operator:
A mere month after the previous owner cried "Cut!" there will be lights, camera and action once again at the Pleasant Street Theater.
"There Will Be Blood," a film starring Daniel Day Lewis, will open Jan. 25, along with the French film "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly." The theater's resurrection under the oversight of the Amherst Cinema Arts Center was made possible by a whirlwind fund drive initiated by private citizens that raised $91,616 in less than two months.
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