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My new favorite place to watch a movie.  Where else can I catch a film and order a shot of Fortaleza?  Close to BART and all the happenings of the Mission and Valencia. -------- Cold beer, hot movies, and delicious snacks and meals; The A... more
Kabuki Theatres have integrated themselves in the community by screening Hollywood new release films and acclaimed film festivals like the SF International Film Festival and SF Asian International Film Festival. MacGuffins Bar:  Enjoy alcoholic... more
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Located on the third floor of Metreon, the 15-screen Loews Theatres Metreon is San Francisco’s largest movie theatre complex, a gorgeous movie palace with a panoramic view of the Yerba Buena Gardens Esplanade and the San Francisco skyline. Loe... more
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The Balboa Theatre is undergoing a renaissance thanks to efforts by the co-founder of Landmark Theatres, Gary Meyer. Meyer has resurrected the Balboa, which was built in 1926, by leasing it from the Levin family who had run the neighborhood theater f... more
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The Castro Theatre, designated a Registered Landmark in 1977, is considered not only the finest example of a 1920s movie palace in San Francisco (Landmark Report), but one of the best preserved of its type in the nation. In July 1977 the Castro Theat... more
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A great place to catch a new release film. more
The Empire screens a mix of art house -- independent and foreign films -- and Hollywood blockbuster films. The three-screen complex has a large downstairs auditorium, displaying art. more
Coppola Theater is primarily an instructional space, and the Cinema Department welcomes the opportunity to consider requests from campus departments and programs throughout the university for the use of this unique screening facility. We are unable t... more
The Delancey Theater is part of a program run by the Delancey Street Foundation. The residents built the screening room  - a multimedia capable screening room featuring ergonomic seating for 146 guests.  The room includes a small stage... more
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The LucasFilm Premiere Theater is usually not open to the public except for special events. Founded in 1975 by George Lucas, ILM is the leading effects facility in the world, serving the motion picture, commercial production, and attraction industri... more
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Built in 1910 and operated by Landmark since 1991. The mighty Clay is one of the oldest theatres in San Francisco. Built in 1910 by the renown Naify brothers, builders of the first movie screen in town, the New Fillmore, the Clay was first a nickelod... more
Built in 1995 and operated by Landmark since 1995. The Embarcadero Center Cinema is located in the heart of San Francisco's Financial District on the corner of Battery and Clay. Since opening on Bastille Day in 1995, the five-screen cinema has taken... more
Operated by Landmark since 1991. Located on Van Ness Avenue near San Francisco's Civic Center, the Opera Plaza Cinema caters to filmgoers who appreciate a quiet, comfortable experience. Popular independent and foreign films often move here for one la... more
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Metreon is a state of the art technology and entertainment center.  Top destinations include AMC Loews Metreon 16 with IMAX and the Sony Store.  The food court includes: Buckhorn Grill, Sanraku, and Firewood Cafe.  Jillian's faces... more
Our 75-foot dome displays one of the most accurate—and immersive—digital Universes ever created. From faraway galaxies to the workings of our own planet, you'll experience the cosmos like never before. Sit in the middle if you want a... more
Since 1983 and previously known as the No Nothing Cinema before having to relocate in 1997, the New Nothing Cinema is born and continues with free shows of avant garge, experimental, and beautiful film and video work. As well as live music and perfor... more
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NEW PEOPLE is the 20,000-sqft entertainment complex that is produced and managed by NEW PEOPLE, Inc., which promotes the latest examples of Japanese popular culture expressed though film, art, fashion, and various events. Located in the heart of hist... more
The Presidio was initially born as "El Presidio" in 1937. However‚ in 1953‚ it was renamed to just "Presidio". Presidio was originally a movie house for last–runs. From there‚ it went on to showcasing promos and eventually&sb... more
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The Roxie is an amazing influence on independent cinema in San Francisco.   The Roxie is the place to go for unique movies, classics, film festivals and so much more.    Roxie Theater is located in the heart of San Francisco's Mi... more
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The San Francisco Film Centre occupies Building 39 on the Main Post in the historic Presidio and provides long-term and short-term office space, as well as conference rooms, a state-of-the-art screening room and a café, to tenants in the film... more
The San Francisco Film Society's FilmHouse Residency program–which supports narrative and documentary feature films by making office space available free of charge for residencies to independent filmmakers actively engaged in various stages of... more
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SHN owns and operates the SHN Curran, Golden Gate and Orpheum Theatres and is the pre-eminent theatrical entertainment company in San Francisco. SHN consistently delivers the ultimate theatrical experience to San Francisco, presenting new works... more
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Get to the theater on muni lines: 38 Geary, 2 Clement, 1 California, 28 19th Ave., 29 Sunset The 4 Star is an independently owned theatre that shows alternative world cinema. These pages will concentrate on the Asian and other alternative offerings... more
The Great Star is a magical place where good triumphs over evil, villains are vanquished, and the hero always gets the girl. --------- Built in 1925 for Chinese Opera, The Great Star Theater began showing films in 1940. Bruce Lee’s pare... more
An intimate little twin movie theater near Stonestown Mall. more
The Preview Room is a private lounge and professional movie theater located in the heart of downtown on Market Street at the intersection of Second and Montgomery. Regularly used by the movie studios for private press and academy screenings, the... more
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Located in the historic Mission District of San Francisco, the ornate and stately Victoria Theatre, seats 500. The theatre, built in 1908 as a vaudeville house, is now a city landmark and the oldest operating theatre in San Francisco. more
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A great little independent theater that participates in many film festivals and shows unique restored classics. more