The Gibsons Cinema was first established as the Twilight Theater in 1965 in a building originally designed by Arthur Erickson. Now operating as the Gibsons Cinema, the building has become a community landmark over the years and still retains its unique layout and funky scooped floor design.
The Gibsons Cinema was the first single screen cinema in Canada to convert to Dolby Digital 3D. Features include a a fully digital system - Digital surround-sound audio, Digital projector, and Dolby Digital 3D. The Gibsons Cinema chose Dolby 3D Digital Cinema for it's high-quality 3D images and environmentally friendly reusable glasses.
The theater itself features 132 seats and has a marvelous original wood stage capable of handling live acts.
Out in the lobby is a concession stand where snacks are sold, and for customer convenience there is plenty of free parking right outside the front door.
Additional revenue comes from the facility being rented out for seminars, training, corporate events, and live shows.Advertising revenue comes from full-color picture and video ads on the big screen during the "pre-show". The theater also currently offers private screenings of movies for school groups, day cares, companies, seniors groups, youth groups, teams and other associations.
The Cinema is located in Gibsons, on the beautiful Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, Canada.
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|Address||GIBSONS CINEMA 909 Gibsons Way, Gibsons BC|
|Type of Dwelling||COMM|
|Sub-Area||Gibsons & Area|
|Floor Area||5,000 Sq. Ft.|
|Listing Brokerage||RE/MAX City Realty|