The Colonial Theatre in Belfast has announced plans to reopen on Friday, June 18, following “the letter and spirit of the CDC guidelines and established industry standards for movie theater operation,” owners said in a news release.

Kyle Walton, a Belfast native and a Colonial patron since the’90s, has been hired as the theater’s operations manager. Walton, who has managed the theater’s digital content, has a background in film and new media production and has worked with the Maine Outdoor Film Festival, Maine Media Workshops + College and News Center Maine.

Public health precautions will include hand sanitizing stations, a partitioned front counter, alternate-row seating, universal mask wearing and newly trained staff.

The theater is currently offering films for streaming from its website. Those who buy virtual tickets will have several days to watch the films. Ticket prices vary.

Recently added to the lineup is “Super Frenchie,” a look at the life of professional skier and BASE jumper Matthias Giraud. The film combines the thrills and danger of some of the world’s most extreme sports with Giraud’s personal experience, following him as he dares ever-more-dangerous stunts while falling in love and starting a family. His story takes a turn when he suffers a catastrophic crash just days before the birth of his first child. After miraculously surviving, Matthias struggles to get back to the sport he loves while grappling with the effects it has on his young family.

Visit colonialtheater.com to view the film.