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Normally films are booked on Monday. Information is updated by Tuesday & Friday 
​(Program subject to change)
Advance ticket sales available for all 
films listed
The Sierra Theatre at  819 Main St Susanville     will reopen when new releases are
made available by the film companies
Discount Matinees
for adults $2 off regular price
(Times in RED)
Uptown Cinemas   501 Main St Susanville     
4 Screens

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Some Thursday
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*Shows before 6pm 
Adult Discount 
(Times in RED with *)
*Shows before 6pm 
Adult Discount 
(Times in RED with *)
    The Uptown Cinema is closed due to mandated shutdown! 
When we reopen classic films will be $5 for adults 13+ & senior citizens 60+ and children 3-12 at $3. 
Titles will be tentatively scheduled for 1 week only and we will not have late evening shows! 
(So sorry-​It does not appear that the classic films are equipped for the hearing and visually impaired equipment)
Expired passes are honored.

    According to CAL OSHA patrons are required to wear a face covering 
while entering, purchasing concession items, using the bathroom, and exiting 
unless they have a medical condition for which proof is not required
and we will not invade their privacy.
We have a supply of masks to sell to ticket purchasers at our cost of 50 cents.
We will also be selling the awesome hand washable masks I made for $5!
    Some movies we can choose from that have already been delivered on combo drives are:
 "Risky Business", "Lego Batman", "Spy Kids", "Wizard of Oz", "Dolphin Tale", "Addams Family", 
"Back to the Future", and "1917".
Available are "Footloose", "Harry Potter", "Aquaman", "Dark Knight", "Happy Feet", "Dunkirk", "Gremlins", "Mad Max" and more from Warner Bros and Paramount.
We could also bring back "I Still Believe",  "Jumanji: Next Level", and "Sonic" if enough people request them.
please email your suggestions to
When we reopen
A poor but hopeful boy seeks one of the five coveted golden tickets that will send him on a tour of Willy Wonka's mysterious chocolate factory in the musical fantasy for the family.
"Willy Wonka" (G) 1hr 45min

When we reopen
Mel Gibson stars in the biographical as a Scottish rebel who begins a revolt against the King of England.
"Braveheart" (R) 3hr 

When we reopen
A power failure causes the park's cloned dinosaurs to run loose in the action adventure sci fi.
"Jurassic Park" (PG-13) 2hrs 10min

When we reopen
A child summons the courage to help a friendly alien escape Earth and return to his home world in the family sci fi.
"E.T." (PG) 2hrs

When we reopen
Tom Hanks and Matt Damon star in the war drama in which a group of U.S. soldiers go behind enemy 
lines to retrieve a paratrooper whose brothers have been killed in action.
"Saving Private Ryan" (R) 2hrs 50min

When we reopen
Harrison Ford stars as archaeologist and adventurer Indiana Jones in the action adventure.
"Raiders of the Lost Ark" (PG) 1hr 55min

    Debra Marsino is organizing this fundraiser:
Help save the Susanville Theaters
Local Susanvillians and surrounding areas, I recently reached out to the movie theater owners out of concern and was informed that they're struggling to keep the theaters afloat during the Covid-19 closure. 

Please, help save our theaters! It would be such a shame to lose one of our only entertainment venues in our small town. Any donation amount will help--even if it's small! 

Feel free to donate via this GoFundMe page or you can directly Venmo the theater owner, Carolyn Smith. 
Venmo username is: @SierraTheatreandUptownCinemas 
A small fee per GoFundMe donation is taken out, so we thought it'd be a good idea to put Venmo as an option as well. They are also selling gift cards at Margie's Book Nook for future use. 

Below is a little more information that Carolyn gave about their financial situation with the theaters: 

"With the film companies taking up to 65% of each ticket and the percentage paid for credit card fees we relied on concession sales. (We do not take a paycheck so that we can leave money in the business and rely on construction for our income)." Unfortunately, the 10 days of playing older films between the Covid-19 shutdowns backfired because we could not get enough patrons in and, ultimately, we lost money on all of the films we offered.  
After having to refinance/take out multiple loans to cover the installation of digital equipment, money to finally be able to purchase the parking lots when we had the chance, and the new roof on the Sierra Theatre--the monthly costs have been daunting without money coming in. We were able to procure a Paycheck Protection Loan, but are now worried about it being forgiven since we cannot hire employees back during Covid-19. Thus, we now owe $724,000. 
"We are trying to stay positive that when the film companies finally release new films (possibly few in August and September) customers will be anxious to be entertained with movies on the big screen as they are meant to be."

We have an amazing community and I know there are many of us who care about the Theaters and love watching the new films they release. 
Thank you so much for your generosity! It's deeply appreciated!

Please feel free to share this on social media to spread the word.