Widely regarded as one of New England’s most treasured landmarks, the Coolidge Corner Theatre was established in 1933 as a modern Art Deco picture palace and has long been a favored destination for movie-loving generations, as well as a community gathering place.

The Coolidge operates as a nonprofit organization with the mission of building community through film culture, and is a leading cultural organization in Brookline and Greater Boston.

In addition to showcasing the best in American and international art film releases, the Coolidge offers a diversity of original signature programs including: Science on Screen® (expanded nationally with major support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation), the prestigious Coolidge Award, The Sounds of Silents®, Coolidge After Midnite, Big Screen Classics, Cinema Jukebox®, and weekend matinee Kids’ Shows. The Theatre also screens live broadcasts from London’s National Theatre and world renowned opera and ballet companies as well as hosts visiting filmmakers, several prominent film festivals, screenings of local work and film workshops. The Coolidge has won numerous awards and recognition for creative and innovative programming.

For more information about the Coolidge Corner Theatre Foundation, please visit coolidge.org