|Former names||Collective Fantasy Cinema|
|Address||418 Montezuma Avenue|
|Location||Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States|
|Owner||Brent Kliewer (1983-1986)|
Blue Pearl Corporation (1986-1989)
Trans-Lux Corporation (1989-2010)
George R. R. Martin (2013-present)
|Seating type||128 Standard|
|Reopened||9 August 2013|
|Wild Hare Salon of Santa Fe (Kristin Mader)|
The Jean Cocteau Cinema is a historic movie theater located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States. It is owned by American author George R. R. Martin. In addition to films, the cinema hosts author talks and book-signings, along with a small display of signed books for sale; burlesque, magic and variety shows; art exhibitions and concerts.
In 1976, four partners (Lynne Cohen, Mary Hether, Anne Lewis and Richard Szanyi) opened the first movie theater on the site, The Collective Fantasy. In 1983 Brent Kliewer bought the theater, remodeled it, and renamed it The Jean Cocteau (for the famed French novelist and filmmaker). The theatre closed in 2006 before being purchased and renovated by Martin.
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