What are some facts about the Landmark Esquire Theatre in Denver, Colorado?


Quick Answer

The Landmark Esquire Theatre first opened in the fall of 1927 as the Hiawatha Theatre. When it opened, it only had one screen and a balcony, but it has since added an additional screen. Landmark has operated the theatre since 1980.

Continue Reading

Full Answer

The Landmark Esquire Theatre is located in a Denver residential neighborhood known as Capitol Hill. It currently features independent and foreign language films as of 2015. The theatre has won several awards, including the 2012 Best of Denver Reader's Choice Best Movie Theatre for Programming by Westword, a Denver news website, 2002 Reader's Choice for Best Movie Theatre by Out Front Colorado, and 2000 Critic's Choice for Best Popcorn by Westword.

Parking for Landmark Esquire Theatre is available for free adjacent to the theatre. Street parking is also allowed every day after 6 p.m.

The Landmark Esquire Theatre can be rented out by independent filmmakers who want to showcase their films to potential distributors, parents who want to play home videos on a large screen, businesses that want to display presentations to their employees on a big screen, and Academy Award qualifying rentals. All rental options include the opportunity to have theatre concession items available for the audience members.

Learn more about Geography

Related Questions