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Local actor appearing in new genre film “Rubber”

The Boston Herald posted this article about one of our own, Salem/Swampscott native Blake Robbins and his role in the upcoming film Rubber. Rubber is the story of a telepathic killer tire. If that doesn’t sound like your cup of tea, these reviews may sway your opinion. Rubber opens in the CinemaSalem screening room on […]

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Salem Episode of Ghost Adventures screened free Feb. 18, 9PM

Christian Day got in touch with us the other day about airing the Salem episode of Ghost Adventures, which premieres this Friday, February 18th at 9PM. We managed to just squeeze it into our schedule and hope everyone can make it! We’ll line everyone up in the lobby and get everyone in as quick as […]

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New artist up for the month of February

Check out the nature photography of Mark Brown during the month of February at CinemaSalem, featuring some pretty spectacular shots of bears and owls (among other things). Mark has to be one of the luckiest,  most patient guys on the planet to get such dynamic shots of these animals. Really good stuff!

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2011 Student Film Contest guidelines posted on Art Throb

If you are a Massachusetts high school student who’s into making films, or know a Massachusetts high school student who’s into making films, check out the entry guidelines for the 2011 Student Five-Minute Film Contest. The top ten entries will kick of the 2011 Salem Film Fest on Thursday, March 3rd, and the top three […]

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Some Holiday premiere to benefit nAGLY

Hey everyone! Check out my interview with the writer and director of Some Holiday, Justin Scarelli on Art Throb. Don’t forget, Some Holiday will have its Massachusetts premiere on Thursday night at 8:30. Tickets are $10 and proceeds benefit nAGLY. Justin will stick around after the screening for a Q&A. The complete, unedited version of […]

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CinemaSalem owner Paul Van Ness tapped for his opinion on Rob Zombie’s next film project.

Check out this story from the Salem News on Rob Zombie’s next film, The Lords of Salem. Zombie hasn’t written the script yet, but he’s a big fan of our little town, and many are wondering if Zombie will choose to shoot here.

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CinemaSalem is a four-screen independent community movie theater located in historic downtown Salem, MA. Focusing on quality first-run feature films, art films, and passionate documentaries, CinemaSalem is a friendly and affordable alternative to the megaplex experience, and features the best popcorn you've ever tasted! Perhaps that's why filmlovers recently voted it the "Best North Shore Movie Theater." [Learn More]