Crowds attended the Belcourt Theater’s last showing of “It’s a Wonderful Life” before it closes for renovations.
Its annual showing of the holiday film was a sold out show, and was a perfect fit for the theatre’s last movie considering it’s all about new beginnings.
“We've had our ups and downs, but this is a thriving, powerful time for the Belcourt," said Cindy Wall. "We're gonna keep bringing amazing, independent movies to a town that loves movies almost as much as they love music, I gotta tell ya."
Work on the $4.5 million restoration project will begin early next year and last several months.