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Gary E. Meyer

Director

Balboa Performing Arts Theater Foundation

HQ Phone:  (949) 673-0895

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Balboa Performing Arts Theater Foundation

P.O. Box 752

Newport Beach, California,92661

United States

Company Description

The Balboa Theater is an intimate venue for performing arts, film and arts education activities. Located in Newport Beach, California and serving the communities surrounding Newport Beach and the wider Orange County community. ... more

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Senior Curator

Telluride Film Festival


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Gem Theatres


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Affiliations

Canada Foundation for Innovation

EMERITUS BOARD Member


Mill Valley Film Festival

EMERITUS BOARD Member


The San Francisco Silent Film Festival

ADVISORY BOARD Member


California Film Institute

EMERITUS BOARD Member


East Bay Agency for Children

Advisory Board Member


Gigfoot

EMERITUS BOARD Member


Landmark Theatres

Co-Founder


Education

film major

San Francisco State College


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East Bay Agency for Children

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Gary Meyer (Co-Director, Telluride Film Festival & Owner, Balboa Theatre)


www.jcceastbay.org

with Gary MeyerGary Meyer, founder of the Landmark Theater chain and owner of the Balboa Theatre in San Francisco, is the Co-Director of the Telluride Film Festival.


Oakland Film Office :: About Us :: In the News

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Gary Meyer of the Balboa Theater peeked at an early print of "Bee Season, '' shot in Oakland last year, and says "Oakland looks beautiful ... from Lake Merritt to sun-dappled tree-lined streets with old homes.
Even the Kwik Way drive-in burger joint looks appealing.''


richmondsfblog.com

The San Francisco Neighborhood Theater Foundation announced yesterday that it has teamed up with theater Director Gary Meyer to keep the Balboa open, and develop a long-term plan for its future.
And to prove their investment in keeping the theater open, the Foundation also announced that it has secured its lease through 2024. Balboa Director Gary Meyer shared the news in his weekly newsletter this week, and talked about his role in the new partnership: "Gary Meyer has done an incredible job keeping the Balboa going and providing the Richmond district with an exceptionally well programmed neighborhood theatre. We're looking forward to working with Gary to establish a plan to keep the Balboa's marquee lit for many more years." Pingback: CinemaSF is born; Gary Meyer officially steps down from the Balboa Theater | Richmond District Blog of San Francisco (richmondsfblog.com)


CinemaSF is born; Gary Meyer officially steps down from the Balboa Theater | Richmond District Blog

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CinemaSF is born; Gary Meyer officially steps down from the Balboa Theater
Posted on February 10, 2012 by Sarah B. Last night, CinemaSF - the new name for the two theater chain of the Balboa and Vogue Theaters - sent out a newsletter that included a long sign-off letter from the Director of the Balboa, Gary Meyer. Meyer has been running the Balboa Theater since 2001, when he took over management from the Levin family owners. At the time, the Balboa was showing second run movies and barely making ends meet. Meyer knew he needed to take on a different strategy to revive the old movie house, which had been in business since 1926. Since taking it over, Meyer has built a loyal audience for the theater and made it a thriving part of the Richmond District community. He's also brought some exciting, innovative programming to the theater ranging from the premieres of historic documentaries, screenings of operas and ballets, special award show screenings for the Golden Globes and Oscars, along with community building events like free HD viewing of the Superbowl just last week. It was last July when Meyer first announced that he would be stepping down from his leadership post at the Balboa. "After spending time with them it was clear that they had the passion required," Meyer write. Meyer will also stay on as a consultant to SFCinema, helping them plan the future for both the Balboa and the Vogue Theaters. Gary Meyer will still be around at times (like at the Balboa's 86th birthday bash on March 4), saying in his letter, "I look forward to seeing many of you but this time I will be with you in the audience." Sincere thank yous to Mr. Meyer, and best of luck to Adam and Jaimi. Three cheers to Gary for working so hard to find someone to run the cinema and not abondoning it! The marquee looks great and heating felt awesome at my last viewing experience on Friday. I have good feelings that this will become a viable, solid anchor to our 'hood. February 13, 2012 Shanon Thank you Gary for years of sublime pleasure of seeing amazing films at The Balboa. Gary Meyer is definitely one of the good guys! Gary ran one of the best rep movie theatres in the country the U.C. on University Avenue for several years and from that sprung the nationwide Landmark Theatre chain with Gary one of the co-founders. He knows and loves movies and the movie theatre business like very few other people. Without him taking on the Balboa it would most likely now be a Walgreen's drug store or some other non movie theatre retail establishment. Nice to know he left it in good hands and it's future is secure for a long while, even in this digital multiplex top 20 aim for the lowest common denominator Blu-ray Netflix streaming video texting and talking movie theatre world. If anybody knows what I just said will they please explain it to me! Good luck Gary!


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