Movies! Films! Flicks!

 The Dryden Theatre - The Dryden Theatre at George Eastman House opened its doors in 1951, a gift from George Eastman's niece and her husband, Ellen and George Dryden, to the international museum of photography and film. The museum is located on the estate of Kodak founder George Eastman, the father of popular photography and inventor of motion picture film. The Dryden Theatre, at 535 seats, is the single largest archival venue in the United States. Films are screened six days a week for the public, featuring films of all genres, including silent films, classics, cult films and Rochester premieres. The theater also hosts numerous film festivals throughout the year as well as Hollywood artists. Recent honorees include Meryl Streep, Jeff Bridges, and John Landis. 900 East Avenue, Rochester, NY 14707

 The Little Theatre - The famous art deco style movie house opened in 1929 and shows the latest foreign and American independent films. Add to the intimate movie experience in the Little Theatre Café" and gallery. Also home to several film events, film festivals, and available for private functions. 585-258-0400, 240 East Avenue, Rochester, NY 14604

Cinema Theater Rochester - Home to the $5 double feature, this is another classic Rochester movie house located in one of Rochester's most eclectic neighborhoods, the South Wedge. (585) 271-1785, 957 Clinton Ave S, Rochester, NY 14620

Rochester"s Commercial Movie Theaters:

  • Regal Culver Ridge Plaza 16 2255 Ridge Road East, 585-544-2272
  • Regal Greece Ridge Center 12 176 Greece Ridge Center Dr, 585-225-8837
  • Regal Eastview Mall 13 70 Eastview Mall Drive, 585-425-0423
  • Regal Henrietta Cinema 18 525 Marketplace Drive, 585-424-5461
  • Cinemark Tinseltown USA & Cinemark Imax® Theatre, 2291 Buffalo Road, 585-247-3704
  • Cinemark Movies 10 2613 West Henrietta Road, 585-292-0303
  • Pittsford Cinemas 3349 Monroe Ave., 585-383-6022


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