If you're looking for an independent film in the Mile High City, look no further than Landmark Theatres with 14 screens in Denver. The Mayan, Esquire and Chez Artiste movie theaters all feature showings of foreign, arthouse and indie films. Meanwhile, the Landmark at Greenwood Village and the Landmark Old Towne Arvada show mainstream movies. The Landmark at Greenwood Village offers unlimited popcorn and fountain drinks with admission, although prices are a few dollars higher to offset the costs.
"Our theaters cater to an audience with highly discerning tastes, and we’ve earned their loyalty by consistently putting the best images on screen -- whether it's a new theatrical release or a treasured classic," said Landmark Theatres CEO Ted Mundorff in a 2012 news release.
No student discounts are offered, and discounted prices for matinees only apply to the first showing of the day.
2800 S. Colorado Blvd.
Denver, CO 80222
The Chez Artiste is located in the University Hills shopping center off Colorado Blvd. at Amherst Ave.
Now showing at Chez Artiste.
590 Downing St.
Denver, CO 80219
The Esquire Theatre is located on the corner of 6th Ave. and Downing St.
Now showing at the Esquire Theatre.
Denver, CO 80203
The Mayan Theatre is located near the corner of 1st Ave. and Broadway. The historic Mayan, constructed in 1930, is one of three remaining theaters in the Art Deco Mayan Revival style.
Now showing at the Mayan Theatre.
The Landmark at Greenwood Village
5415 Landmark Pl.
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
The Landmark Greenwood Village is the chain's first foray into the suburbs of Denver. The Greenwood Village theater features six screens, stadium seating, and a new marketing twist -- popcorn and soda are included in the ticket price.
Nina Snyder is the author of "Good Day, Broncos," a children's e-book, and "ABCs of Balls," a children's picture book. Visit her website at ninasnyder.com.