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Red River Theatres Completes Digitization Project Fund Drive

December 27, 2012
Concord’s Red River Theatres has announced the successful completion of the 2012 fund drive to convert its projection equipment to a digital format. Through a combination of tax credits from the NH Community Development Finance Authority, grants from the Samuel P. Hunt Foundation, the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, and the Rotary Club of Concord, as well as 132 donations from individuals and businesses, Red River met its goal of $175,000.

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Celebrate New Year’s Eve with silent sci-fi space adventure flick

December 19, 2012
‘Woman in the Moon,’ pioneer drama about first moon voyage, to be screened with live music at Red River Theatres in Concord, N.H.

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NH’s Leadership Advantage- Profile of Shelly Hudson, Executive Director of Red River Theatres

October 2012
Shelly Hudson’s life could have turned out dramatically different. Events that might have derailed others- dropping out of college, divorce, homelessness- did not keep her down for long though. Instead of being dragged down, she used these experiences to propel her forward eventually assuming the reins of the Greater Claremont Chamber of Commerce in Claremoont and ulitmately heading Red River Theatres in Concord.

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Silent film frightfest at Red River on Friday, Oct. 19

October 9, 2012
‘Nosferatu’ (1922), pioneer classic horror flick, to be screened with live music in Concord, N.H.

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Red River Theatres Announces “Cheers to Five Years!”

September 24, 2012
Red River Theatres has announced a month-long schedule of special events to celebrate its fifth birthday, called, “Cheers to Five Years!” The non-profit, independent movie theater on Concord’s Main Street first opened its doors on October 17, 2007.

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Red River to screen ‘The Thief of Bagdad’ (1924) with live music on 9/26

September 6, 2012
Epic silent film fantasy to be shown in Concord, N.H. to kick off theater’s ‘Cheers to Five Years’ anniversary celebration

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Farewell To 35 mm Film Means Hello to Trouble For Small Theaters- NHPR

August 8, 2012
Film Studios are planning to replace 35 mm films with digital projectors that could cost $50,000 or more. That’s expected to improve visual quality and reduce cost for the film studios. But owners of small, community cinemas and drive-ins are worried.

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Red River makes a move toward digital- Concord Monitor

July 30,2012
Red River Theatres has received $125,000 in tax credits that will help the nonprofit raise funds to convert its traditional projector system to an updated, digitalized system by mid-2013.

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Word Affairs Council Announces Partnership with Red River Theatres

July 26, 2012
World Affairs Council of NH receives grant award from NH Humanities Council for first-of-its kind international documentary & discussion series in Concord. Council will partner with Red River Theatres to bring the world to New Hampshire at “Crossroads”.

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Red River Theatres receives CDFA Grant – Official Press Release

July 26, 2012
Red River Theatres is one of sixteen organizations in the state  that were approved this week for tax credits from the Community Development Finance Authority. The $125,000 in tax credits awarded to the independent, non-profit will help fund the digital conversion of projection equipment in Red River’s two main theaters.

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