The Belcourt Theatre is a unique Nashville treasure with a vibrant historic past and deep roots in the community. Today, the Belcourt is a nonprofit cultural institution dedicated to presenting the best of independent, documentary, world, repertoire and classic cinema. The Belcourt provides opportunities for people of all ages to discover, explore and learn through the power of film. We cultivate and build on the powerful sense of shared experience that audiences can achieve — taking advantage of our building’s physical character and location in the heart of a lively Nashville neighborhood: Hillsboro Village.
Since the re-opening of the theatre in 1999, over a half million people have visited the Belcourt to see more than 1,000 films from every corner of the globe. A favorite rental venue for concerts, the Belcourt stage is a special place to find musicians both established and emerging.
Today, the Belcourt Theatre thrives. Showing movies 365 days a year, the Belcourt is Nashville's choice for the best foreign, independent and classic films, great musical performances, cutting-edge live theater, and unique children’s programs. And its national reputation continues to grow. The Belcourt is among a very select group of theaters chosen as a venue for the Sundance Film Festival USA Program. It is one of several national and international partners invited to participate in Film Forward: Advancing Cultural Dialogue Through Film, an initiative of the Sundance Institute, the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Redistributed by Stephanie Brake
Source: Belcourt Theatre Website