The Roxy is a non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire, educate & engage diverse audiences about the natural and human worlds through cinematic and cultural events. Programs include year-round cinematic and cultural programming at the Roxy, the annual International Wildlife Film Festival the Montana Film Festival, and educational programs under the Roxy Film Academy. The Roxy Film Academy is a leader in the filmmaking community and provides education for youth, production support, promotion and excellence in film exhibition for Montana films and filmmakers.
The Roxy hosts screenings and events seven days a week including new releases nightly and a monthly calendar of independent, foreign and classic films, theater, and community events. We are merging community, cinema and education with the help of our community, volunteers and our members in the heart of Downtown Missoula, Montana. Enjoy great films with triple-organic popcorn, beer and wine and Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound in our three theaters.
Each theater has two dedicated wheelchair-accessible areas. These are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Closed-captioning screens and descriptive audio/assistive listening headphones available upon request.
Please contact Operations Director Andrew Rizzo (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions regarding accessibility or assistive devices.
The Roxy opened September 26, 1937 and was operating until 1994 when a terrible fire destroyed the theater. In 2002, the International Wildlife Film Festival (founded in 1977) purchased the building and resumed operations as the home of the festival, a media center, and as an educational facility. In August 2013 the Roxy Theater launched year-round programming.
Today the Roxy Theater a revitalized and lively hub for arts & culture. Whatever it takes, the uncompromising dedication and passion of The Roxy is to maintain a safe and inclusive community space for our vital programs.
At 42, The International Wildlife Film Festival is the longest-running wildlife film event on the planet. A cherished perennial springtime event, IWFF brings the world's most innovative and engaging films to you. IWFF values collaboration and stewardship, connecting conservationists, scientists, filmmakers and audiences with a vision of an engaged community that finds itself through cinema and helps the planet to heal.
Thanks to people like you, The Roxy has become a vital resource built with community support. Please give to help us continue as your unique, lively, historic community cinema. We can't do it without you.
- Adult $9.00
- Student (14+ with ID) $8.00
- Senior (55+) $8.00
- Military $8.00
- Kids (3-13) $6.00
- 5-Screening Punch Cards $40 Adult, $35 Student/Senior/Military/Youth
- Members enjoy discounts up to free, unlimited admission and popcorn.
- Earn movie tickets by volunteering at the Roxy!
Regular tickets do not apply to broadcast programs, special productions, or guest and rental events.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Maggie Angle, Board President
Roy O'Connor, Treasurer
Kristin King-Ries, Secretary
Janice Givler, Past President
Mike Steinberg, Executive Director
Tammy Bodlovic, Development Director
Andrew Rizzo, Operations Director
Aaron Roos, Technical Director
Marshall Granger, MTFF Co-Director
Alana Waksman, MTFF Co-Director
Carrie Richer, IWFF Director
Jeri Rafter, IWFF Producer
Tenzin Lhaze, Media Manager
Shannon Murphy, Box Office Manager
Becca Sayre, Press Coordinator
Mike Emmons, Programming Coordinator
Cora Kramer, Rentals Coordinator
Laura Lovo, Membership Coordinator
John Howard, Volunteer Coordinator
Sarah Ferguson, Community Outreach Coordinator
John Budge, Traffic Coordinator
Ken Grinde, Roxy Film Academy Instructor
Sadie Oliver, Manager
Chris Sand, Concessionaire & Street Team Leader
Charley Macorn, Concessionaire
Cole Lovelady, Concessionaire
Solveig Gassner, Concessionaire
Alyosha Sonju, Housekeeper
Interns & Volunteers, A big thanks to you all!
ROXY CULTURAL STATEMENT
The Roxy Theater aspires to be not only a theater but a home. This is a safe space - a place where all are accepted and encouraged to be their true selves. These walls define a place of hope, truth, respect, and above all, love.
We, the Roxy Theater, strive to treat others and ourselves with kindness, honesty, respect, and warmth.
We, the Roxy Theater, do not discriminate based on identity and aim to treat all equally.
We, the Roxy Theater, aim to be a mindful and transparent organization. We aim to reflect our global community in our programming, and be a lighthouse of global conversations for Missoula.
We, the Roxy Theater, are a place of safety - a refuge for those who may feel out of place.
We, the Roxy Theater, do not tolerate an environment of fear or disrespect. If a staff member or guest is creating an environment of fear or disrespect, they will be asked to leave the premises. If you experience this kind of environment, please alert a staff member.