Preserve Me a Seat (2006)

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We don't remember a lot about our distant past, but we do remember our favorite movie theatre. Featuring the efforts to save historic theaters in Boston, Chicago, Omaha and Salt Lake City, "Preserve Me a Seat" is a documentary about these theaters and the ongoing fight to protect and preserve them for future generations.
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NR
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Documentary
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A heartfelt look at the fight to save classic theaters around the United States. Director Jim Fields has put together a wonderful, occasionally heartwrenching look at how the loss of a local theater affects communities and the individuals that live there. Sometimes the forces are too great, such as the battle to save the Indian Hills Theatre in Omaha; other times a surprise benefactor steps in to save the structure and adapt it for modern use, like the Villa Theatre in Salt Lake. The film has inspired Popcorn N Roses and Subject:CINEMA to launch the "Save Our Screens" campaign, pointing out theaters that are in need of some film-goers' love, be it debt relief, maintenance costs, or restoration efforts that are on-going. Thank you Jim for an incredible film!

TC Kirkham
TC Kirkham

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