Aspen Film rents out the Isis Theatre for private events, public screenings, and partnerships. If you’re interested in renting out a screen at the theater, please fill out the rental form and someone from our team will get in touch.
Rent the Isis Theatre
Can I rent a screen at the Isis Theatre?
Yes you can! All screens are available for rental. The rates are as follows:
- $1,500 for any theater in evening, $1,000 for matinees
- Birthday parties – flat $500 fee for up to 25 people (if more $12/additional head) done outside of theater operating hours
Can I rent the Isis Theatre for my event or birthday party?
Yes! All screens at the Isis are available for rent. Please contact email@example.com in order to submit a formal rental request.
How many people does each theater hold?
There are 4 theaters within the building, with a total capacity of 362.
- Theater #2 seats 150
- Theater #3 seats 62
- Theater #4 seats 75
- Theater #5 seats 75
What kinds of concessions are available at the theater?
Our concessions include a variety of candies, popcorn, and sodas.
What Special Needs accommodations are available at the theatre?
Oct 6, 2023
Aspen Film ushered in autumn from Sept. 19-24 with the 44th annual Filmfest. Comprising just 16 invited films — many of which premiered at world-renowned festivals including Sundance, Cannes, Toronto, and Telluride — the festival took place exclusively at the Aspen Film Isis Theatre, celebrating the first full festival in the theater since 1986. “This is […]Read More
Sep 25, 2023
A forward-thinking Colorado-based arts organization, Aspen Film prides itself on its inclusive and accessible youth-oriented filmmaking initiatives. One of its year-round programs, FilmEducates, has been making an impact for over 20 years, and is critical to the mission and purpose of the larger organization. Aspen FilmEducates supports students in the art of “storytelling through visual […]Read More
Sep 19, 2023
The 44th annual Aspen Filmfest opens tonight, kicking off a week of thought-provoking movies curated by Aspen Film at the Isis Theatre. The first screenings of the festival include a documentary, “The Mission,” about a missionary’s news-making death on a remote island, and “She Came to Me,” a star-studded comedy about several quirky relationships. Between […]Read More