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We are so excited to welcome you back to the movies and will be following all of the recommended safety measures put in place by the the state, the CDC, OSHA and CinemaSafe! Click our Safety Protocol tab up above for more detailed information.
Not Rated. (146 mins.)
some in English and some in English with subtitles

Drama, Comedy


Fri 9/24 7:00
Sat 9/25 12:00, 7:00
Sun 9/26 3:00
Mon 9/27 6:00
Tue 9/28 6:00
Rated PG-13. (126 mins.)
in English [CC,AD]


Thu 9/23 6:15

Fri 9/24 3:45, 6:45
Sat 9/25 12:15, 3:45, 6:45
Sun 9/26 12:00, 3:15, 6:45
Mon 9/27 2:45, 6:15
Tue 9/28 2:45, 6:15
Wed 9/29 3:15, 6:15
Thu 9/30 3:15, 6:15

Not Rated. (85 mins.) in English

Documentary, History

Fri 9/24 4:00
Sat 9/25 4:00
Sun 9/26 12:30, 6:15
Mon 9/27 3:15
Tue 9/28 3:15
Wed 9/29 6:45
Thu 9/30 6:45
Rated R. (119 mins.) in English [CC,AD]


Fri 9/24 7:15
Sat 9/25 12:30, 7:15
Sun 9/26 3:30, 6:30
Mon 9/27 3:00
Tue 9/28 3:00
Wed 9/29 3:30, 6:30
ENDS Thu 9/30 3:30, 6:30
Rated R. (109 mins.) in English [CC,AD]

Mystery & Thriller, Drama

Fri 9/24 3:30
Sat 9/25 3:30
Sun 9/26 12:15
Mon 9/27 6:30
Tue 9/28 6:30
Wed 9/29 3:00
ENDS Thu 9/30 3:00
no coupons, passes or CineBucks are currently being accepted for ticket purchases, but can be used to purchase concessions
click on Pay monthly and select the amount you'd like to send...when you choose $39 or more you will be entered into a drawing to win two movies a month for all of 2022!

We have had a lot of requests from patrons wanting to set up a monthly contribution to Salem Cinema and we are able to offer that service now!

Please consider what amount of money you would normally spend at Salem Cinema each month on tickets and treats and set up an auto payment for that amount until we've made it through the repurcussions of this pandemic. Be sure to click on "Pay monthly" if you want to set up an automated, recurring payment!
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We have heard from so many of you about all of the ways in which Salem Cinema has enhanced our community and your lives. Thank you for those stories and for your fervent hope that we can make it up this big hill. Your love and loyalty has been reflected in the donations that you've sent up to this point and we appreciate each and every one of you!
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Our wonderful friends and long-time customers, Bruce and Heather Johnson, set up a GoFundMe for Salem Cinema very quickly after we had to shut our doors in March. We are thankful for every one of you who have donated in the past 8 months! Go, little, GoFundMe, go!
We are so excited to be able to continue to offer a virtual screening room of options each week! Studios have been so very generous in the ways in which they've offered their movies to independent movie theaters. Watching our movies from home is as much about supporting Salem Cinema as it is about the movies themselves.

If you value this beloved, community and cultural asset, please consider supporting us during this time by making a donation.

Salem Cinema has been a cultural hub of our thriving city since 1982, dedicated to enriching our community by providing year-round films, educational programs, and a venue for engaging activities. We present the richness of American and world cinema, including live-filmed performances such as theatre, dance, opera and other musical events and see film as a source of cultural literacy, learning and vision for the future as well as a place for discovery, community and delight.

In addition to broadening horizons and cultural awareness and understanding through the art of film, we are proud to offer a fundraising asset to our many local non-profit organizations by way of hosting movie benefit nights in partnership with their own missions.


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Manhattan Short Film Festival TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
Fri 9/24 7:00 / Sat 9/25 12:00, 7:00 / Sun 9/26 3:00 / Mon 9/27 6:00 / Tue 9/28 6:00

2021. (146 mins.) Not Rated. some in English and some with English subtitles

MANHATTAN SHORT is a worldwide event taking place in over 400 venues across six continents. MANHATTAN SHORT is the only event of its kind. The Final Ten screen simultaneously across the world with the Best Film and Best Actor awards determined by ballots cast by the audiences in each participating venue. By virtue of their selection by MANHATTAN SHORT, each short film is automatically Oscar-qualified. MANHATTAN SHORT continues to be a showcase for new voices and perspectives.

Archibald's Syndrome

France. 2021. Directed by Daniel Perez. (19 mins.) Not Rated. in French with English subtitles

Synopsis: Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery but for Archibald it’s literally an affliction until he meets a free-spirited woman during a bank robbery.


United States. 2021. Directed by Jo Meuris. (5 mins.) Not Rated. in English

Synopsis: The animated tale of a little girl who falls in love with a beautiful horse named Aurora and learns about love, friendship and growing up.

Bad Omen

Afghanistan. 2021. Directed by Salar Pashtoonyar. (16 mins.) Not Rated. in Dari with English subtitles

Synopsis: Kabul, Afghanistan. Pari, a widow and mother, struggles to purchase her prescription glasses in order to continue working as a tailor.

Closed To The Light

Italy. 2021. Directed by Nicola Piovesan. (10 mins.) Not Rated. in Italian with English subtitles

Synopsis: In a moment captured in time, die-hard Italian fascists conduct reprisal executions of civilians in Lombardy during World War II.

Death By Handshake

United States. 2021. Directed by Hudson Flynn. (9 mins.) Not Rated. in English

Synopsis: A talented teenager copes with restrictions during the Covid-19 pandemic by filming a witty love letter to his New York City hometown.


UK. 2021. Directed by Mark Rosenblatt. (14 mins.) Not Rated. in English

Synopsis: A little girl, spooked by a dark tale from her mother’s wartime past, starts to believe her adored house cleaner is a sinister thief.

The Kicksled Choir

Norway. 2021. Directed by Torfinn Iversen. (18 mins.) Not Rated. in Norwegian with English subtitles

Synopsis: A boy wants to sing in the local choir but when his father gets into a fight with a refugee, his aspirations are in jeopardy.

Monsieur Cachemire

Canada. 2021. Directed by Iouri Philippe Paille. (16 mins.) Not Rated. in French with English subtitles

Synopsis: A bank loan officer extracts dark secrets from the past from an eccentric and mysterious customer in need of funds.

Out of Time

France. 2021. Directed by Delphine Montaigne. (9 mins.) Not Rated. in English

Synopsis: Felix’s mother has been called in and an exasperated director is threatening to ban him from the premises. But Felix still has a few moves.


Northern Ireland. 2021. Directed by Adam Patterson, Declan Lawn. (13 mins.) Not Rated. in English

Synopsis: Ex-paramilitaries enforce their own brand of street justice but when they condemn a dog to death, they bite off more than they chew.


The Eyes of Tammy Faye

United States. 2021. Directed by Michael Showalter. (126 mins.) Rated PG-13. [CC,AD] in English

THE EYES OF TAMMY FAYE is an intimate look at the extraordinary rise, fall and redemption of televangelist Tammy Faye Bakker. In the 1970s and 80s, Tammy Faye and her husband, Jim Bakker, rose from humble beginnings to create the world’s largest religious broadcasting network and theme park, and were revered for their message of love, acceptance and prosperity. Tammy Faye was legendary for her indelible eyelashes, her idiosyncratic singing, and her eagerness to embrace people from all walks of life. However, it wasn’t long before financial improprieties, scheming rivals, and scandal toppled their carefully constructed empire.


On Broadway

United States. 2021. Directed by Oren Jacoby. (85 mins.) Not Rated. in English

For anyone who loves theater, this contemporary history of Broadway is a pure joy! As audiences prepare for the return of live theater after an unprecedented absence of 18 months, an all-star cast tells the inside story of the last time Broadway came back from the brink. On Broadway shows how this revival helped save New York City, thanks to innovative work, a new attention to inclusion, and the sometimes uneasy balance between art and commerce. Interviews with legends of the stage and screen, including Hugh Jackman, Helen Mirren, Christine Baranski, August Wilson, James Corden, Alec Baldwin, John Lithgow, Viola Davis, and Ian McKellen take us behind the scenes of Broadway’s most groundbreaking and beloved shows, from A Chorus Line to Hamilton. Archival clips of iconic performances by Lin Manuel Miranda, Patti Lupone, Bernadette Peters, James Earl Jones and Mandy Patinkin punctuate this hurly-burly ride through the main street of American show business. Now that New York City is facing an uncertain path forward in its recovery from a devastating pandemic, this documentary from Academy Award®-nominated director Oren Jacoby and the producers of RBG shows how Broadway led the way in the city’s last great rebirth and provides a model of how it can come back again.


Blue Bayou

United States. 2021. Directed by Justin Chon. (119 mins.) Rated R. [CC,AD] in English

With conviction and clarity from award-winning writer/director Justin Chon, BLUE BAYOU is the moving and timely story of a uniquely American family fighting for their future. Antonio LeBlanc (Chon), a Korean adoptee raised in a small town in the Louisiana bayou, is married to the love of his life Kathy (Alicia Vikander, THE GREEN KNIGHT, THE DANISH GIRL) and step-dad to their beloved daughter Jessie. Struggling to make a better life for his family, he must confront the ghosts of his past when he is threatened with deportation from the only country he has ever called home. BLUE BAYOU, in its quietest moments, illustrates that being an immigrant is not a one-size-fits-all identity but a vast tapestry of different cultures. It is both a passionate examination of injustice and a risky, turbulent ride towards a raw, emotional finale.



The Card Counter opens Friday, September 10th!

United States. 2021. Directed by Paul Schrader. (109 mins.) Rated R. [CC,AD] in English

A hypnotic, slow-burn moral thriller about a tragic and twisted path to redemption, THE CARD COUNTER is told with director Paul Schrader's (FIRST REFORMED, TAXI DRIVER) trademark cinematic intensity. William Tell (Oscar Isaac) is an ex-military interrogator living under the radar as a low-stakes gambler. Tell’s meticulous life is thrown into disarray when he encounters Cirk (Tye Sheridan), a young man looking to commit revenge against a mutual enemy. With backing from mysterious financier La Linda (Tiffany Haddish), Tell takes Cirk on the casino circuit to set him on a new path, but the crazed chaos of the past bleeds into the present. This incredible, taut, supremely compelling tale, leavened by its wry humor, is a winning and incendiary portrait of American life. Oscar's got his eye on this one already!


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