Sundance Cinemas

Sundance Cinemas LLC was a movie theatre chain founded by Robert Redford's Sundance Group that aimed to showcase independent, documentary and foreign-language films as well as some studio projects. Its headquarters was in Westlake Village, California.
The first cinema, Sundance 608, opened May 11, 2007 at the Hilldale Shopping Center in Madison, Wisconsin, and contains six stadium-seated auditoriums, along with a cafe, bistro, bar, rooftop bar, and Gallery 608, which sells local and Sundance-related arts and merchandise. A second cinema, the Sundance Kabuki located in Japantown in San Francisco, California, re-opened on December 14, 2007 after being an AMC theater. Sundance Cinema's third theater, Sundance Cinemas Houston, is located within the Bayou Place development in downtown Houston, Texas. The new 8-screen theater opened in November 2011 after a $2.25 million renovation. Additional locations opened in West Hollywood in 2012 and Seattle in 2013.
On October 6, 2015, it was announced that Carmike Cinemas had acquired Sundance Cinemas for $36 million. In 2016, Carmike was purchased by AMC Theatres, who proceeded to phase out the Sundance Cinemas name by converting all locations into the AMC Dine-In brand the following year.
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