Built in 1925, the Belcourt Theatre, Nashville's nonprofit film center, screens independent new releases, documentaries and foreign and classic films year-round in its recently renovated building, in Nashville's Hillsboro Village. The Belcourt also has an active education and engagement program, sharing films throughout the community via its Mobile Movie Theatre.
The Belcourt’s entrance, all screening areas, and all public areas and restrooms are fully accessible. An elevator provides access to the second floor. Wheelchair spots are available in the 1925 Hall, the 1966 Hall, the Manzler/Webb Screening Room, and the Jackson Education and Engagement Space.
The Belcourt’s parking lot, directly adjacent the theatre, includes reserved accessible parking spots.
ASSISTIVE DEVICES AND TECHNOLOGY
The Belcourt offers hearing loops and assistive listening to our patrons — available at the box office at no charge. Just ask!
When films are equipped with closed captioning, we offer two different closed captioning devices for patrons who are deaf or hard of hearing: (1) small easy-to-read LED screens that fit in a seat’s cup holder; (2) glasses that enable closed captioning projection on lenses. (Please note that not all films are equipped with closed captioning. Films with closed captioning are noted on our website.)
When films are equipped with audio description, headphones are available for patrons with visual impairment. (Please note that not all films are equipped with descriptive audio. Films with descriptive audio are noted on our website.)
|Name||Banquet Capacity||Ceiling Height||Classroom Capacity||Group Capacity||Level||Maximum Capacity||Meeting Capacity||Number of Sub-rooms||Private Dining Capacity||Reception Capacity||Room Dimensions||Square Footage||Theatre Capacity||Venue Capacity|
|The 1925 Hall||-||-||-||-||-||-||350||-||-||-||-||-||350||-|
|The 1966 Hall||-||-||-||-||-||-||250||-||-||-||-||-||250||-|
|Manzler/Webb Screening Room||-||-||-||-||-||-||35||-||-||-||-||-||35||-|