Cue the movies.
The Violet Crown Cinema in Santa Fe is set to reopen to the general public on Friday, May 7.
The cinema has been open to the general public for over a year.
“There is something unique and special about sitting in a dark theater with a group of people and experiencing a movie on the big screen. This is something that cannot be reproduced at home, ”said Violet Crown owner Bill Banowsky. “We’re excited to bring the magic of cinema back to Santa Fe.”
New films available from Violet Crown include: Guy Ritchie’s action thriller “Wrath of Man” starring Jason Statham; action-adventure anime “Demon Slayer: Mugen Train”, currently number one at the box office; the video game inspired by “Mortal Kombat”; Sundance 2021 Documentary “Street Gang: How We Got To Sesame Street”; Oscar winner for best film “Nomadland”; and “News of the World” with Tom Hanks, who dated Violet Crown while filming this movie in Santa Fe.
According to Banowksy, Violet Crown will continue to offer private rentals as part of its RSVP Cinema program.
In addition to new releases, RSVP Cinema guests can also choose from Violet Crown’s popular JukeBox Cinema, which features a collection of over 100 classic art, indie and Hollywood films.
Masks are mandatory in all public areas except for eating or drinking.
To ensure social distancing, the maximum capacity of each auditorium is capped at 33%, and only one seat will be blocked between parties.
Tickets can be purchased at violetcrown.com.