Midtown Art Cinema
931 Monroe Drive NE,
931 Monroe Drive NE,Atlanta, GA 30331
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I added some new photos of auditorium 6 along with some lobby shots. The box office and snack bar still look the same.
This opened on December 11th, 1987 by Interstate – Lefont Theatres and taken over by United Artists in 1993. Grand opening ad in the photo section.
About what year did this open originally?
If I recall correctly this was opened by Interstate Theaters before Hoyts bough them out.
When Midtown first opened, it was suppose to be a Hoyts theater. At that time Hoyts merged with George LaFont. I think it was called Hoyt Lafont or something like that. Art films were not the primary films shown here at that time.
Was this really an old Hoyts location? I hadn’t heard of Hoyts operating in Atlanta.
I love coming here. It’s my favorite place to see a movie. Great films and great seating. They also sell beer and wine. Lots of great restaurants too.
This is one of the best places to see a movie in Atlanta. Of course you do not have stadium seating or especially large screens. The catch is that the audience behaves during the movie unlike the mall multiplexes namely AMC Southlake 24.