rugbern:

ronaldcmerchant:

Standing in line to see Night of the Living Dead (1968)

The movie that started it all, made in and premiering in my hometown at Pittsburgh’s Fulton Theater (which has since been renovated into the Byham Theater).
During its tenure as a downtown arthouse theater (late-70s to early-1990s), I saw many first-run independent films at the Fulton, and they were yearly hosts to the Pittsburgh Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.

rugbern:

ronaldcmerchant:

Standing in line to see Night of the Living Dead (1968)

The movie that started it all, made in and premiering in my hometown at Pittsburgh’s Fulton Theater (which has since been renovated into the Byham Theater).

During its tenure as a downtown arthouse theater (late-70s to early-1990s), I saw many first-run independent films at the Fulton, and they were yearly hosts to the Pittsburgh Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.