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2015 High Falls Film Festival

Venues

    The Dryden Theatre at George Eastman Museum

    The Dryden Theatre is the George Eastman Museum’s sole exhibition space for showcasing its unparalleled collection of motion pictures, as well as fine selections from the world’s other great archives, and premieres of new foreign and independent cinema. To date, more than 13,000 film titles have been screened using the original Century projectors installed over fifty years ago. The Dryden Theatre is one of the most vibrant exhibition spaces of the Museum, attracting more than 40,000 visitors each year. With diverse programming featuring more than 450 contemporary and archival film titles, the Dryden remains an integral part of the Museum experience, seating up to 490 people.


    The Little Theatre – #1

    In 1929, The Little Theatre opened its doors with a mission of providing moviegoers with an intimate alternative to the Hollywood-dominated programming that was standard fare at the large downtown movie houses. Over the years, The Little has stayed true to its mission by providing Rochester with an independent spirit. They have expanded from the historical landmark Art Deco theater on East Avenue to include four more screens, a café, art exhibits, live music, film festivals, talkbacks, and educational programs.


    The Little Theatre – #5

    In 1929, The Little Theatre opened its doors with a mission of providing moviegoers with an intimate alternative to the Hollywood-dominated programming that was standard fare at the large downtown movie houses. Over the years, The Little has stayed true to its mission by providing Rochester with an independent spirit. They have expanded from the historical landmark Art Deco theater on East Avenue to include four more screens, a café, art exhibits, live music, film festivals, talkbacks, and educational programs.


    The Sibley Building

    It’s a place that everyone recognizes, an icon of the city of Rochester. Since Sibley, Lindsay & Curr began selling dry goods in 1868, to its Grand Opening of the current building in 1906 following a devastating fire, The Sibley Building at 228 East Main Street has been a fixture of downtown Rochester for decades.


    The Strathallan Hotel

    The Strath is one of Rochester, NY’s top hotels conveniently located withing walking distance of the High Falls Film Festival Exhibition Theaters, the Dryden Theatre and the Little Theatre. The Strathallan is the ultimate destination for cuisine, cocktails, luxury and a simply breathtaking 360-degree views of the city’s skyline and beyond. It’s where travelers and Rochesterians alike gather for an unforgettable experience. It’s a dynamic fusion of social hub and urban retreat. And it is distinctively, unequivocally the Strath.