New York City

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  • 1. Anthology Film Archives

    East Village | Film

    Dedicated to preserving and exhibiting independent and avant-garde film, Anthology Film Archives consists of two intimate screening rooms (seating...Read More

  • 2. Film Forum

    West Village | Film

    In addition to premiering new international features and documentaries that are otherwise hard to catch on the big screen, this nonprofit with...Read More

  • 3. Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) films

    Midtown West | Film

    You'll find some of the most engaging international film repertory around at Roy and Niuta Titus Theaters 1 and 2, in the MoMA's lower level...Read More

  • 4. Nitehawk Cinema

    Williamsburg | Film

    The only movie theater of its kind in the New York City area, Nitehawk shows first-run and repertory films in three theater spaces and serves...Read More

  • 5. Angelika Film Center

    Greenwich Village | Film

    Foreign, independent, and specialty films are screened here. Despite its (six) tunnel-like theaters, small screens, and the occasionally audible...Read More

  • 6. IFC Center

    Greenwich Village | Film

    The IFC Center shows a mix of repertory and first-run independent, art-house, and foreign movies as well as shorts (including cartoons). Despite...Read More

  • 7. Maysles Documentary Center

    Harlem | Film

    Founded by legendary filmmaker Albert Maysles, this snug theater showcases an array of independent documentary films as well as panel discussions. ...Read More

  • 8. Metrograph

    Lower East Side | Film

    Exclusive premieres, sometimes with celebrity guest speakers, and an ever-changing calendar of both classic and obscure films lure patrons to...Read More

  • 9. Museum of the Moving Image films

    Astoria | Film

    This museum touts two theaters, including both a show palace and an intimate screening room, where classic Hollywood and foreign titles share...Read More

  • 10. The Paris Theatre

    Midtown West | Film

    Across from the Plaza Hotel stands the Paris Theatre—a rare, stately remnant of the single-screen era. Opened in 1948, it retains its wide screen...Read More

  • 11. Sunshine Cinema

    Lower East Side | Film

    Talk about busy: according to a Village Voice article, this storied building, which reportedly dates back to 1844, has served as "a church...Read More

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