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The Giver comes to theaters August 15th!

Coming to theaters August 15th, The Giver is a sci-fi/drama based off the best selling book by Lois Lowry.   Jonas lives in a world where everything is uniform, there are no colors, everything is black and white and no one knows they are prisoners to an altered reality. Everyone seems to be pretty comfortable […]

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“It’s More Than Ok To Be Takei”

Spencer Blohm did a write up for us on George Takei and his new documentary coming to our Screening Room on August 22nd! It’s More Than Ok To Be Takei George Takei’s journey to becoming the pop culture icon he is today has been a long, and sometimes rocky, one. His incredible story of perseverance, […]

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July means documentaries!

Throughout all of July you will be able to see a documentary in our Screening Room. Here is a list of everything that will be playing and on what dates. We kick of July (July 4th) with the film Citizen Koch. This film was supposed to be out a year ago, but the funding got […]

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The Human Scale

The Human Scale made it’s debut at this past Salem Film Festival and now it is back for an encore. This Saturday we will be having a FREE screening at 10am. You can get your pass at our box office now! If you didn’t get a chance to see what the movie or see read […]

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Transformers: Age of Extinction

Next Friday, June 27th, we will be showing Transformers: Age of Extinction in 2D and 3D! Michael Bay is still directing, but I’m really liking the new casting lead with Mark Wahlberg. I think they worked really well together in Pain and Gain and I’m hoping it can be brought over to the Transformers universe.  […]

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Ida Comes to the Screening Room 6/13!

  Set in the 1960’s in Poland, Ida is a black and white foreign drama about a young orphan who is about to take her vows as a nun when she finds out her family was hiding something about her identity. Ida comes to the Screening Room this Friday! Won Best Film at the London […]

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To Be Takei

To Be Takei will be coming to the Screening Room August 22nd! If you couldn’t guess it is a documentary about George Takei. A way better sysnopsis from the creators of the film, ” Over seven decades, actor and activist George Takei boldly journeyed from a WWII internment camp, to the helm of the starship […]

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Brooklyn

I’m not sure if you know, but there is a new film movement in France dubbed the “new vibe” movement. This movement revives around the suburban Arab and African neighborhoods of Paris. I learned about this movement through a trailer for a film that was screened at Cannes. This film stars KT Gorique, a female […]

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Fault in Our Stars Comes to theaters 6/6/14

The Fault in Our Stars will be coming to CinemaSalem June 6th! Shailene Woodley (Divergent) and Ansel Elgot (also from Divergent) star in this story that is not just about love, but life,  overcoming obstacles and so much more. Based on the bestseller by John Green, The Fault in Our Stars follows the story of […]

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Pride Weekend Agenda

We will be celebrating our pride weekend (June 20th-June 22nd) our own special way! To kick it off (June 20th) we will be having a special one time showing of The Birdcage at 10:30pm. It will be free for Kickstarter Backers and Friends and general admission for all you cool people. Tickets are up for […]

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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]