The Grand Berry Theater is a mission-driven, community-based business which strives to create a unique, high quality movie going experience by:
In harkening back to a time where Fort Worth was filled with motion picture theaters, we are taking the names from two that still stand. The Grand, located off Rosedale in east Fort Worth, opened in 1938 as a neighborhood theater serving the African American community. The Berry, located at the intersection of Hemphill and W. Berry, opened near 1930 as a theater serving a predominantly white population. In providing a safe space that encourages understanding, we hope we can pay homage to how Fort Worth has grown and come together over the years since these theaters first opened.