Held at the Historic Lynwood theatre with ancillary events there in Pleasant Beach Village in November, Celluloid Bainbridge shows indie films from all over the Pacific Northwest - Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and British Columbia!
Dragonfly Cinema showcases local and independent movies, classics, neo-classics, retro favorites, family-friendly features, and strategic second-run films. Also, they host a live Rocky Horror Picture Show on the first Saturday of each month with doors opening a 9:00 p.m.!
A two screen cinema, the Firehouse Theater is located in the historic firehouse in downtown Kingston, just four blocks up from the Kingston ferry. Shows independent films, as well as first run showings! Craig, the owner, will usually introduce the film before showing it.
As part of the Galaxy Theater circuit, this cinema is located in Uptown Gig Harbor where there's lots of opportunities for shopping and eating. The cinema has electronic, leather recliners and hosts the annual film festival.
As part of the Far Away Entertainment theatre circuit, this 1936, one screen beauty housed in a Tudor style building offers foreign, classic, and indie films in a small intimate setting. The theatre also hosts the Bainbridge Celluloid Film Festival!