Theater History

Laemmle took over operations over what was then called the Town and Country Cinemas in September 1979. The first three films we played were “Picnic at Hanging Rock”, “Wifemistress” and “Richard Pryor: Live in Concert”. Originally a tri-plex, in 1993 the theater was converted into five screens by splitting the big house and acquiring an adjacent retail space. Around the same time the Town and Country Mall changed its name to the Town Center.

Ticket Prices

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Disability Services

• Complimentary assistive listening devices available at the box office. Driver's License or State ID required for deposit.
• Disabled seating and accessible restrooms available.


17200 Ventura Blvd. | Map
Encino, CA 91101
(818) 981-9811


From the 101 frwy exit White Oak or Balboa Blvd. Head South from the frwy. make a Left (from White Oak), right (from Balboa) onto Ventura Blvd. The theatre is located downstairs in the Encino Town Center Mall on the South side of Ventura Blvd.


Parking is free for patrons in the Encino Town Center lot. Ground level and underground parking are both available.

Public Transport

Metro Bus: 150, 240, 750

Nearby Restaurants

Inside the Town Center Mall at 17200 Ventura Blvd.
- More Than Waffles
- Hook'd on Fish
- The Spot (Hookah Lounge)

- Alcazar (Middle East), 17239 Ventura Blvd.
- The Habit Burger Grill, 17132 Ventura Blvd.
- Chili's, 17240 Ventura Blvd.
- Daphnes Greek Cafe, 17136 Ventura Blvd.