This Weekend! 12th Annual Lawrence Film Festival


Theater Row in Lawrence, MA - ca. 1941
Broadway Street in Lawrence was once home to four movie theaters in a row. It was dubbed "Theater Row" and was listed in Ripley's Believe It Or Not for that very reason. This image was taken from a fabulous Curteich postcard, ca. 1941.


Head out to Lowell’s sister-city and support three nights of independent cinema! 

Friday, Saturday, Sunday  /  June 5, 6 & 7
Heritage State Park
One Jackson Street, Lawrence 
– Admission is FREE to all screenings –  

The Films
Friday, June 5 @ 7PM : “Have You Seen Andy?” [2002]
Saturday, June 6 @ 7PM : “La Vie En Rose” [2007]
Sunday, June 7 @ 3PM :  “Balseros” [2002]

Get the full schedule and directions at!


A shot from the other side of Theater Row in Lawrence, ca. 1941
A shot from the other side of Theater Row in Lawrence, ca. 1941. The four theaters were The Palace, The Broadway, The Modern, and The Strand. One can only imagine the cine-magic that took place inside the majestic beauties.




Published by Lowell Film Collaborative

The Lowell Film Collaborative is a grassroots initiative in Lowell, MA, whose mission is to bring more cinematic awareness to the community.

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