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Minuteman Theatre

“Let it Begin Here” Winner of 11 Prestigious Awards!

  • Platinum, Best of Show, Documentary – Historical Event, 2012 Aurora Awards
  • Bronze Winner, History/Biography Documentary – 33rd Telly Awards 2012
  • Award of Excellence, Documentary – Videographer Awards 2012
  • Award of Excellence, Directing – Videographer Awards 2012
  • Award of Excellence, History / Biography – The Indie Fest Awards 2012
  • Award of Merit, Direction – The Indie Fest Awards 2012
  • Winner, Long Format –
    Documentary –
    DV Awards 2012
  • Winner, Cinematography / Videography –
    DV Awards 2012
  • Award of Excellence, History/Biography – The Communicator Awards 2012
  • “Audience Choice” Winner –
    2012 Waynesboro Short Film Festival
  • Official Selection – Waynesboro Short Film Festival

Immerse yourself in our Award Winning Multi-Sensory Film

Historic Boston Museum Exhibit Minuteman TheatreOur documentary film, “Let it Begin Here” dramatically depicts the events of April 19, 1775, of Paul Revere’s midnight ride and the beginning of the American Revolution.

Barely 16 months after the tea was destroyed in Boston Harbor, two lanterns were hung in Old North Church, and men rallied on Lexington Green as the “shot heard ‘round the world” was fired.

The theater’s panoramic movie screen places you in the middle of the battle action as you
see, hear, and feel the sensations of horses galloping, soldiers marching and muskets firing. through the countryside. Join the ranks of the militiamen as they stand against the British Regulars.

  • Educational & entertaining
  • Cutting-edge, panoramic theater
  • Epic, multi-sensory film
  • Action-packed
  • Authentic recreation of the events that led up to the American Revolution

Click here to watch our behind the scenes look on the making of this award winning film.