options in cinematic entertainment, public and private.
addition to the theaters listed below, look for festivals
and film series at area colleges.
Dinner and Movie 190 Glen St., Glens Falls, 792-8181.
A unique combination of food and fine films.
Loews Rotterdam Square 6 Campbell Road, Rotterdam, 374-2403.
Cinemas Movieland 400 State St., Schenectady, 272-1918.
This downtown six-screen multiplex offers stadium seating,
the latest Hollywood hits, real-food snacks and both nonalcoholic
and alcoholic beverages.
Theatre 111 South St., Pittsfield, Mass., (413) 997-4444.
Regular screenings of classic films.
Theatre Main Street, Chatham, 392-3331. Second-run theater.
Home of the annual FilmColumbia festival and screenings sponsored
by the Chatham Film Society.
Theatre at Proctors 432 State St., Schenectady, 346-6204.
This multiuse venue features 70mm iwerks film screenings and
digital presentations of independent cinema, opera and ballet.
Theatre 19 Clinton Ave., Albany, 465-4663. This downtown
Albany landmark features regular screenings of classic and
Theatre 432 State St., Schenectady, 346-6204. Second-run
movies in a first-rate 1926 movie house.
Aviation Cinema Aviation Mall, Queensbury, 793-3359;
Regal Clifton Park Center Cinema 8 Clifton Park Center,
Clifton Park, 371-6186; Regal East Greenbush Cinema 8
Troy Road, Rensselaer, 283-8992; Regal Latham Circle Cinema
10 Latham Circle Mall, 786-7815; Regal Wilton Mall
Cinema 8 Wilton Mall (Route 50), Wilton, 587-0437. First-run
Colonie Center Stadium 13 Colonie, 489-8501. Nifty all-digital-
projection multiplex; very popular.
Crossgates Stadium 18 Crossgates Mall, Guilderland, 456-2326.
The Mechagodzilla of Capital Region movie theaters features
18 screens, arena-style seating, and late-night shows on weekends.
Film Forum 320 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 584-FILM. This
local film society presents screenings of (mostly) independent
films on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Cinema 117 Mohawk Ave., Scotia, 346-5055. An old-fashioned
theater showing second-run flicks.
8 Theatres 290 Delaware Ave., Albany, 449-8995. Eight
screens of first-run indie and foreign films, as well as big
Hollywood releases. Also, the area’s best snack bar.
& Space Limited 434 Columbia St., Hudson. Regular
screenings of independent films, and opera from the Met.
Cinema 70 Railroad St., Great Barrington, Mass., (413)
528-8885. With their “upstairs screening room,” this Berkshire
mainstay is actually a “quad-plex.”
look for video rental boxes in area supermarkets.
Video 886 Loudon Road, Latham, 220-9664; 410A Balltown
Road, 377-1435; Gateway Plaza (Hoosick St.), Troy, 266-0523.
Video 1208 Central Ave., Colonie, 453-8330. All the newest
releases and adult movies, as well as games.
Drive-In Movie Store 170 S. Broadway, Saratoga Springs,
Video 4208 Route 50, Saratoga Springs, 587-5253.
Video 818 Central Ave., Albany, 489-9885; 1225 Western
Ave., Albany, 489-9882; 11 Saratoga Road, Glenville, 393-1121;
664 New Loudon Road (Route 9), Latham, 783-3628; 279 Troy
Road, Rensselaer, 283-9127; 1410 Altamont Ave., Schenectady,
357-0084; 380 Route 9W, Glenmont, 465-4049.
Movie Store 2100 Saratoga Road, Ballston Spa, 884-8484.
Environment Plus 71 Fuller Road, Colonie, 458-2717.
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