Indoor Movies Are Back at Tahoe Art Haus & Cinema!
Posted by: Squaw Valley Lodge
Tahoe's only cinema draft house and independent theater invites movie goers inside to watch films on their big screen! That's right – movies in the rocking leather seats are back! Dive into the popcorn spice bar and grab a wine because it's movie time at the Art Haus!
Theater Seats & Treats
The Avengers and Zootopia burst onto the screen June 26 – July 2. Get the kids out of the house for 2 hours of entertainment – that's code for parents get to sit back and relax! Take the kids on a journey guided by animal guardians in The Jungle Book July 3-9. The visual effects in this film won awards and captured kids' hearts. Sci-Fi movie lovers will cling to the screen for Star Wars: The Force Awakens July 3-9. As the characters search for the one hope of restoring peace, you'll be excited to be watching it on the big screen instead of searching for the remote back at home.
Seating is limited to 30 tickets per show so make sure to grab your advance tickets. Relax inside the theatre with extra space as seats have been taken out to allow for safe, social distancing between groups. Pop on your required face mask when in the lobby and then slide it down to munch on your popcorn during the show. You deserve this classic, movie snack in celebration of not having to stay at home! Wash it down with locally-brewed kombucha, cider or a premium bottled beer from the bar.
Layback at the Drive-In Cinema
Movie goers preferring the parking lot drive-in cinema option can still enjoy it Thursday to Saturday nights til the end of July. E.T. rides onto the screen July 2-4 and Ferris Bueller's Day Off makes you want to twist and shout July 9-11. These 80's classics will have you mimicking lines along with the characters and dreaming about the good old days. Advance tickets are required so lock them in now and plan your nostalgic drive-in night at Tahoe Art Haus!
Virtual Film Rentals
Support Tahoe Art Haus by renting movies through their Virtual Cinema for those wanting to stay at home. Join a race against time to protect salmon in The Wild June 25-July 2. Hop on a rollercoaster of imagination and possibility in One Small Step, a compilation of family-friendly short films the kids are sure to love, June 26-July 2. Learn about a legendary civil rights activist in John Lewis: Good Trouble. It's filled with present-day interviews, explores his fateful meeting with Dr Martin Luther King and chronicles his years of social activism and legislative action on civil rights. The Story of Plastic highlights the catastrophic consequences of plastic choking our ecosystems and poisoning communities around the world. For those wanting a documentary feel, the Virtual Cinema has what you're looking for.