Theater Rental Options
1. Private Screenings
The Grand Cinema is excited to offer private screenings for almost any film that is currently playing!
Weekday mornings: We can accommodate Monday-Friday only (while the theater is closed) with a 4-ticket ($40) purchase minimum and $10 for each additional guest.
Afternoon/evenings: We can accommodate private screenings in the afternoon and evening times with a 40-ticket ($400) purchase minimum and $10 for each additional guest.
This gives you an opportunity to invite your closest friends and/or family to watch any currently-playing movie in a private setting at the Grand Cinema! We can also customize the screening based on your group's needs: lights, volume, captions, etc.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a private screening. Be sure to include the film title, requested date and time, and any additional information we need to know.
2. Private Auditorium RENTALS:
Rent an auditorium for a friends and family private screening, video gaming, run a meeting, or work on a multimedia project!
Private rentals can include, but are not limited to:
- Birthday events for any ages
- Independent Filmmaker Screenings
- Business or Group Meetings
- Video or Photoshoots
- Film Festivals
9:00a - 12:00p, 2:00 - 5:00p, or 7:00 - 10:00p
Depending on your date, we may be able to be flexible on timeslots, so please ask if you are looking for other times!
Theater #1 - 110
Theater #2 - 104
Theater #3 - 95
Theater #4 - 73
Lounge capacity - Up to 100 standing
Rentals typically start at $300 and go up from there depending on the date/time and any additional staffing or tech needs.
Weekday morning discounts available for Tacoma Public Schools via Tacoma Creates grant.
Email email@example.com to get a custom quote or book your private rental today! Please include date(s), time of day, and type of event you're looking to host.
3. Public Screening Rentals
If you wish to show a film to the public as an individual, business, or organization, you can do that too!
Public screening rentals can include, but are not limited to:
- Community Awareness
- Community Organizing/Outreach
- Client Appreciation
You can choose any film you'd like to show, however, any film that is being shown in a public setting and/or advertised (for free or otherwise) by your business or organization requires a film license, or for smaller films, licensing/permission from the filmmaker directly, per copyright laws. Licensing fees generally range anywhere from $200-$500 depending on the film and distributor. This must be obtained by the individual, business, or organization putting on the event.
It's easy to request a license for most films! Resources for film licensing: Swank, Janus Films
Rental Pricing: Same as above