The story can be found at the Indy Star While I truly appreciate what Keedy has done with the Keystone theater and the films he brings in, the theater is very poor and remains rundown. And the Castleton Arts is really just a crappy 80's style 3 screen from the days of the mall multiplexes (in this case General Cinemas with a 4 screen in the mall and a 3 screen in the parking lot). Both are seriously subpar viewing environments and only the content they provide make them quality choices for seeing a film. I hope the Castleton people will be moved over to the new theater and that Keedy can still find his niche (I doubt the new theater will take over any of the homosexually focused content that he has been willing to carry, like the Gay and Lesbian film festival he hosts). However, this is a big win for the city IMO which has seriously lagged behind other moderately sized markets in bringing in a healthy choice of art films as well as a nice place to see them. Heck even the mainstream theaters are mostly crap with the 2 Kerasotes (not the new one on the westside though) and the UA 96th St being the only decent theaters in town, theaters that would be far from the top choice in cities like LA, Houston, Seattle, Chicago, New York, Dallas or even Cincinnati just 90 minutes away.