About TRYLON

TRYLON is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, our mission is to cultivate community by screening classic, contemporary, independent, and foreign films at Trylon Cinema in South Minneapolis and other venues throughout the Twin Cities.

We screen six nights a week at the Trylon Cinema, with regular special engagements at the Heights and Riverview theaters.

STAFF

Barry Kryshka, Director
Nikki Weispfenning, Manager
John Moret, Programmer
Nicole Pamelia, Design and Marketing

BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

Adam Loomis, Barry Kryshka, Mark Sherman, Michelle Baroody, Nicole Pamelia, and Nikki Weispfenning.

VOLUNTEERS

Ann Romine, Ben Kreibich, Ben Manthe, Caty Rent, Dave Gomshay, David Berglund, Emma Youndtsmith, Finn Odum, Gabriel Idusogie, George Hick, Ian Whitney, Jess Minnerath, Josh Weber, Karen Majewicz, Kathie Smith, Kelly Krantz, Kim Mancini, L. Kling, Liz Stewart, LM Lopez, Mark Sherman, Matt Levine, Michael Popham, Michelle Baroody, Morgen Ruff, Nazeeh Alghazawneh, Olga Tchepikova, Patrick Vehling, Paul Miller, Phil Freshman, River Berens, Sabrina Crews, Shivaun Watchorn, Ted Harwood, Todd Melby, and Vanessa Kaczmarek.

PROJECTION FORMATS

We believe that 35mm film has a warmth and feel that should be part of the moviegoing experience, just like the real butter on our popcorn. The Trylon runs most screenings on its two Century Model SA 35mm projectors; digital features are projected by an NEC model NC-900C DCI-compliant digital projector. We note the format of every screening: 35mm for film, DCP for Hollywood’s digital cinema format, and HD for high-resolution Blu-ray presentations.

SENSITIVE CONTENT

Cinema reflects the social and cultural norms of its time. As a repertory theater, we screen films from the history of cinema, some of which include, for example, problematic representations of sexual violence, racial caricatures, and homophobic stereotypes. In other words, our lineup may contain content that is controversial or offensive to today’s audiences. Those who chose to research the content of films before viewing can find information at imdb.com. After searching for the film in question, scroll down to “Parents Guide” which includes information on all kinds of content. Other resources include commonsensemedia.org and doesthedogdie.com. We also encourage audience members to contact us with any questions and concerns. We won’t have all the answers, but are happy to help where we can. Send emails to the address below.

TICKET POLICIES

Advance tickets are available online up to one hour before show time. The Trylon Cinema box office opens 30 minutes before show time, and accepts cash, checks and Trylon discount cards. All advance ticket sales are final, and cannot be cancelled or exchanged, although you can transfer your Trylon Cinema tickets for use by a friend if your plans change.

CONTACT US

info@trylon.org

Showtime hotline:
(612) 424-5468

TRYLON
2820 E 33rd St.
Minneapolis, MN 55406