The Belcourt Theatre is proud to affiliated with the Art House Convergence and the League of Historic American Theatres.
The Art House Convergence is dedicated to increasing the quantity and quality of art house cinemas in North America. The Belcourt was one of the founding lead members of this group and regularly joins with over 500 other art houses, film festivals and other allied organizations at its annual conference in Midway, Utah before the Sundance Film Festival. The Belcourt also participates in the Art House Visiting Members program, providing Belcourt members reciprocal benefits at 60 other art house theaters around the country.
Founded in 1976, the League of Historic American Theatres (LHAT) is a nonprofit organization with the main purpose of sustaining historic theatres across North America for the benefit of their communities and future generations. The Belcourt participates in LHAT’s annual conference and in 2015, hosted that conference in Nashville. Stephanie Silverman, the Belcourt’s executive director, is vice-chair of the LHAT board.