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Based on current CDC guidelines, masks are required at the Belcourt, except when eating/drinking in your seat.
Fri-Thu, Dec 17-30

Private Holiday Screenings

Private Holiday Screenings


Want to have a private screening during the holidays? From Fri-Thu, Dec 17-30, we’re offering time slots for private screenings (for up to 20 people) in our upstairs screening room.

Cost: $250 / $200 Belcourt members

Available with advance purchase only (reserved by Sun, Dec 12)

Private screenings are for these films, during these date ranges:

  • IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE (Dec 17-30)
  • BEING THE RICARDOS (Dec 17-24)
  • BENEDETTA (Dec 17-24)
  • LICORICE PIZZA (Dec 25-30)
  • RED ROCKET (Dec 25-30)

NOTE: We are unable to offer and/or secure rights for private screenings of any other films.

Reservations for these private screenings must be made by Sun, Dec 12, and payment is required at time of reservation.

Terms and Conditions:

  • Private screenings are limited to 20 people (including the purchaser — i.e. you and 19 others). 
  • The film will (and must) start at the showtime purchased. 
  • You’ll get access to the upstairs screening room 15 minutes prior to your showtime to meet and seat your guests. If you wish to purchase snacks/drinks at our concessions, please plan your arrival times accordingly.
  • Because we’ll have another group either before and/or after you, we must ask that you and your guests exit the upstairs screening room when the film has ended.
  • We are unable to offer reception space — therefore, any pre- or post-film gatherings must be arranged offsite. You’ll find plenty of options for gatherings among Hillsboro Village restaurants/bars in our neighborhood.
  • You and your guests must adhere to the Belcourt’s current health and safety precautions.

The Belcourt Theatre does not provide advisories about subject matter or potential triggering content, as sensitivities vary from person to person.

Beyond the synopses, trailers and review links on our website, other sources of information about content and age-appropriateness for specific films can be found on Common Sense MediaIMDb and as well as through general internet searches.