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Independent Cinema at Theatre7
Independent Cinema at Theatre7

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AIR DATE: July 19, 2011

Local filmmaker Derek Stonebarger wanted a regular place to watch and screen independent films.  So he opened his own theater.  Theatre7 opened downtown earlier this spring.  It's a mix of cinema, art gallery, and playhouse.  While it might not play "Harry Potter" movies anytime soon, it aims to be a permanent place to screen independent cinema and feature local art.  Does indie film have a toehold here in Las Vegas?  We talk to Theatre7's founder and program director.

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Derek Stonebarger, local filmmaker and founder, Theatre7
Chad Clinton Freeman, Program Dir, Theatre7


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