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250 Reily Street, Harrisburg, PA 17102
(717) 909-6566


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About The Cinema

The Midtown Cinema was founded in November 2001 by Allen Brown and Todd Shill. For seven years, Mr. Brown brought the most innovative independent and foreign films to Harrisburg and Central PA. LIFT Development LLC now owns the Midtown Cinema and continues to expand on the vision Mr. Brown started.

The theatre is managed by Stuart Landon, Director of Community Engagement, and Adam Porter, Director of Operations.


We have free parking in the lot West of the MC building and the spots against the building on the East side of the building.

Ticket Prices:

(Matinee) – $8.00 | Evening – $9.00 | Member – $5.00

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Our Menu

Theater Snacks:

  • Harrisburg’s Best Popcorn
  • POSHcorn – A Midtown Cinema Exclusive!
  • Candy – a “movie must”
  • Urban Churn ice cream
  • Yellow Bird Cafe baked goods
  • Karen’s Krunch


  • Coca-Cola Products
  • Little Amps Coffee
  • Cinema Signature cafe beverages
  • Lattes, Espresso & More.


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