Pittsburgh Movie Theaters
Regent Square Theatre
Visit the last remaining single-screen arthouse in the neighborhood at the Regent Square Theatre. Surrounded by funky shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and an art gallery, this local theater shows a variety of independent films as well as weekly classic film series.
Melwood Screening Room
A great alternative to the typically multiplex theaters, the Melwood Screening Room screens a variety of independent and first-run foreign films, as well as several popular classics. This converted urban warehouse also acts as the headquarters for the Pittsburgh Filmmakers’ administration.
Catch a flick at the only theatre in downtown Pittsburgh that operates seven days a week. The Pittsburgh Filmmakers: Harris Theater is part of a strategic cultural renaissance, featuring a variety of American indies, documentaries and first-run foreign films, as well as an ongoing weekly series of popular classics.
Cinemagic Manor Theatre
After almost 90 years, the Cinemagic Manor Theatre continues to be a familiar sight and neighborhood tradition. This four-screen theatre presents a variety of family fare and limited-release art films in its roomy auditoriums.