Once a funky, eclectic theater in the basement of the historic, 1909 brick schoolhouse that now houses the Breckenridge Grand Vacations Community Center and Summit County South Branch Library, The Eclipse Theater (formerly The Speakeasy Movie Theater) moved to a contemporary new space when the building was renovated in 2015. The original theater opened in 1998, back when the schoolhouse was owned by Colorado Mountain College. Now it has its own entrance in an addition at the north end of the building, and the cinema itself occupies a space that once held the historic indoor swimming pool. The Eclipse facility is managed by Breck Create, and operated by Breck Film. Now offering digital picture and sound, the 150-seat theater screens first-run Blockbusters as well as classic, independent and art-house films. Breck Film partners with local breweries and wineries for their libations and offers discounts to locals every Wednesday. Visit Breck Film for showtimes and tickets.
Film screenings, community events