Landmark Theatres, founded in 1974, is the nation's largest theatre chain
devoted exclusively to art and independent film, with 55 theatres in 22 markets.
Landmark is a leader in theatre technology and services, providing customers
with digital cinema, upscale concessions, on-site DVD sales, specialized merchandise,
film festivals and special events. Known for its progressive and savvy film
programming, as well as its unique way of nurturing and marketing independent
film, Landmark Theatres occupies an unrivaled and important position in the
motion picture industry.
Landmark's theatres include historic buildings, such as the Mayan
Theatre in Denver and the Oriental
Theatre in Milwaukee, as well as newly built facilities across the nation,
including The Keystone
Art Cinema in Indianapolis, all devoted to offering outstanding entertainment
experiences for moviegoers.
Landmark Theatres is committed to expanding its nationwide footprint in this
growing segment of the film industry. Opening this summer are two new state-of-the-art
theatres: Landmark Harbor East, a brand new 7-screen theatre in Baltimore,
MD, located directly on the water in the heart of the city. And The Landmark
Theaters6 screens located in Greenwood Village, one of South Denver's
fastest growing, lifestyle developments.
And last but certainly not least, is our new flagship theatre in West Los
Angeles, The Landmark12 screens in the completely renovated Westside
Pavilion Shopping Center. Opening in June, 2007, the new theatre complex will
not only have the highest quality projection and sound, but will also feature
a wine and beer bar, gourmet concession items, leather seats and many other
Landmark Theatres is part of a vertically-integrated group of media companies
co-owned by Todd Wagner and Mark Cuban that also includes production companies
and HDNet Films, theatrical
and home video distributor Magnolia
Pictures, and high-definition cable channels HDNet
and HDNet Movies.