Williams 3D theater seeks new location

May 28, 2008 – 12:56 pm

Williams-Grand Canyon News reports on the ever-changing location of a proposed 3D theater in Williams. Developers working with MacGillivray Freeman Films are attempting to find a suitable location for the 3D theater which plans to show a special Williams version of the giant screen film, Grand Canyon Adventure: River at Risk 3D, as its primary film.

The location for the proposed Williams 3-D theater is once again up in the air, after officials with Burlington Northern and Santa Fe (BNSF) decided against a building lease to project developers, though a parking lease may still be utilized through the company. Theater representatives are seeking a third location for the building itself, though where that location may be has still to be determined. Developers with MacGillivray-Freeman Films (MFF) said they hoped to build the theater as close as possible to the Grand Canyon Railway.

MFF representative Paul Fraser, with Blaze Partners, said designers are currently working on a new concept plan for the proposed theater.

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