Fine Arts Theatres KC

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Projectors show first-run Hollywood, independent, and art-house films on 13 screens as moviegoers snack on popcorn at one of four venues

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Watching a movie on the big screen makes audience members feel like they’re really there with the characters, especially during climactic popcorn-eating scenes. Chew and view with this Groupon.

$13 for Two Adult Movie Tickets and Two Medium Popcorns (Up to $27 Value)

Four theater locations with a total of 13 screens exhibit first-run art, independent, and Hollywood flicks. At Glenwood Arts, audiences can travel to a Louisiana bayou rife with terror and magical realism in Beasts of the Southern Wild. Glenwood at Red Bridge shows the music documentary Neil Young Journeys, and The Bourne Legacy, the latest espionage thriller in the Jason Bourne series, fills the screen at Leawood. P.T. Anderson’s The Master stars Philip Seymour Hoffman as a man who founds a new religion during World War II and opens September 21 at the Rio location. See the current offerings and showtimes.

Fine Arts Theatres

Fine Arts Theatres’ four venues surround moviegoers with classic silver-screen ambiance as they present the latest independent and mainstream film offerings. Lovingly refurbished neighborhood movie palaces such as the early-20th-century Rio Theatre now boast surround-sound digital audio, high-backed rocker seats with arm-mounted cup holders, and movie trailers acted out by gregarious ticket takers. In addition to flicks opening each week, Fine Arts Theatres hosts screenings for the annual Kansas International Film Festival, voted the Best Local Film Festival by readers of The Pitch in 2011. The group also holds a Latin American Film Festival every September.


Fine Arts Theatres’s rates fluctuate based on age and time of show.

Fine Arts Theatres

Fine Arts Theatres’ two venues surround moviegoers with classic silver-screen ambiance as they present the latest independent and mainstream film offerings. Lovingly refurbished neighborhood movie palaces such as the early-20th-century Rio Theatre now boast surround-sound digital audio, high-backed rocker seats with arm-mounted cup holders, and movie trailers acted out by gregarious ticket takers. In addition to flicks opening each week, The Fine Arts Theatres hosts special independent screenings throughout the year including the Kansas International Film Festival (Oct. 10-16th) that features 55 films in 7 days and the Latin American Film Festival every September.

Customer Reviews

Wonderful movie venue, best movies and comfortable seats. A great place to see a movie.
Merle S. · January 24, 2016
Great classic theatre.
Louise H. · February 26, 2015
Neat old time theater - quaint. Friendly employees. Would definitely go there again. A well hidden gem!
Laura H. · October 11, 2013

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