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Salem Film Fest 2018


    The Cabot

    286 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA   (978) 927-3100

    The Cabot Theatre is a North Shore treasure, having been a fixture of downtown Beverly for more than 35 years.  The theater primarily shows independent and foreign films, and as well as live performances.  The Cabot Street Cinema Theatre is an elegant, 1920s-era building, which is ornate and appointed, giving customers the experience of viewing films in a truly cultured environment.

    Chianti Restaurant

    285 Cabot Street Beverly MA 01915   (978) 921-2233

    Chianti is a restaurant and live music venue that has been a staple in Beverly’s bustling downtown for over 25 years.  The restaurant features Tuscan Italian cuisine, and Downbeat Magazine named Chianti as one of the “top 150 Jazz Rooms in the World.”  It started as one dining room and grown to include a jazz club, a bar, a function space and a patio. The Boston Globe note Chianti as “One of the best….the food, service, and ambiance are superb”.


    2 Church Street, Salem, MA   (978) 744-1400

    The heart of Salem Film Fest, this auditorium has been its home from the beginning, featuring gentle lighting and a generous stage. It’s the perfect setting for a filmmaker Q&A or a live music interlude. Voted Best North Shore Movie Theater five times, CinemaSalem is proud to host the 2017 Salem Film Fest.

    National Park Service Visitor Center

    2 New Liberty Street, Salem, MA    (978) 740-1650

    On March 17, 1938, Salem Maritime National Historic Site was the first national historic site established by the National Park Service under the National Historic Sites act of 1935. Salem Maritime National Historic Site is a National Park in an urban setting.

    Notch Brewery & Tap Room

    283r Derby Street, Salem MA   (978) 238-9060

    Launched in 2010 by Chris Lohring, Notch Brewing was the first brewing company in the U.S. to focus exclusively on Session Beer. Session beer is born of workers beer, where refreshment and taste go hand in hand. It slaked the thirst of laborers while they plowed the fields, mined for coal, fired the blast furnace and forged steel. When water was tainted, session beer saved civilization. It’s 4.5% ABV and lower, difficult to brew and a pleasure to drink. Every great beer brewing nation brews and enjoys session beer, and the US is no exception.

    PEM Morse Auditorium

    161 Essex Street, Salem, MA   (978) 745-9500

    Through its exhibitions, programs, publications, media and related activities, PEM strives to create experiences that transform people’s lives by broadening their perspectives, attitudes, and knowledge of themselves and the wider world.

    Sea Level Oyster Bar

    94 Wharf Street, Salem, MA   (978) 741-0555

    Salem’s only restaurant to boast an indoor outdoor bar provides amazing views, the freshest seafood, gourmet pizza and an amazing beer selection.

    Village Tavern Oyster Bar

    168 Essex Street, Salem MA   (978) 744-2858

    Village Tavern strives to have the finest service and hospitality to make your experience an enjoyable one. Specializing in American craft beers, and handcrafted cocktails live entertainment, 6 billiard tables, darts, and a complete function facility for private parties makes the Village Tavern much more than just a fine restaurant.

    Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts at Endicott College

    376 Hale Street, Beverly, MA   (978) 988-7700

    Contemporary art, dance, music, and theater in the heart of Endicott’s campus.  Named in honor of Walter J. Manninen; art collector, benefactor, and entrepreneur, the Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts embodies the heart and spirit of the arts at Endicott, and serves as a cultural resource for the larger North Shore community. We encourage you to attend some of the many stellar performances, unique programs, and museum-quality exhibits the Center presents each year.