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Do you hate multiplexes with their cramped seating, claustrophobic atmosphere, pitiful snack bar selections (in terms of choices, prices and quality), postage stamp screens, and airport/shopping mall approach to movie-going? Remember that good old... more
3 Screens. Operated by Landmark since 1994. The oldest operating movie theatre in the city of Oakland, the Piedmont Theatre opened its doors on September 15, 1917. From its earliest days showing silent films through the studio era (including memorabl... 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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Easy to get to.   A good place to visit if you're in Jack London Square and would like to catch a movie.   Mostly Hollywood blockbuster type movies but also participate in a few local film festivals like the Oakland Internation Film Festiva... more
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As Moraga's premiere movie theater, The New Rheem Theatre will exhibit independent, family, international, documentary, narrative, and avant-garde films. Many of our films are presented with personal appearances by filmmakers, critics, and scholars t... more
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Come enjoy our brand of independent, customer friendly movie going. We feature a diverse mix of films including the best quality films from Hollywood and a diverse array of independent and foreign films from around the world. We have a genuine int... more
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THE RIO IS AN HISTORIC QUONSET HUT MOVIE THEATER ON THE RUSSIAN RIVER, INCLUDING A CAFE WITH GREAT FOOD AND BEER, AND A SUNNY OUTDOOR MARKET ON WEEKENDS. The mission of the Rio Theater & Cafe is to engage the community in creating an inclusive a... more
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Some of the best acts to hit town play the stage of the Rio, a gracious theater built in 1946 to house a new 3-D Cyclorama movie screen. Nothing more complicated is on tap than popcorn, snacks and a few soft drinks, but since being retooled into a li... 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 theater is located downtown, across the street from the Santa Rosa Mall. Free three hour validation from the Roxy 14 for parking at the City of Santa Rosa's First Street Garage only. $0.50/hour there after. Validate at box office or concessions... 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
Enjoy an eclectic blend of cinema and live entertainment that includes critically acclaimed art, foreign, and classic films, contemporary and vintage music, magic, ballet, opera and musical theatre. The Sebastiani Theatre is available for use as a u... 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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The Smith Rafael Film Center exhibits independent documentaries, classics, retrospectives, international works and hosts special events with filmmakers from around the world year-round.  The beautifully restored film center, in downtown San Rafa... 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 Crest Theatre is a historic theater located in downtown Sacramento, California, just blocks from the State Capital, the Sacramento Convention Center, and the new Sacramento Kings basketball arena (under construction). It was originally opened in... more
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The Empress Theatre is a newly renovated one room movie house built in 1912. A historical landmark, The Empress is a jewel in the heart of downtown Vallejo. A new movie is run every weekend, with live shows and special events each month. Beautiful ar... more
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When it opened on August 6, 1926, the Golden State Theatre, seating 1600 people, was the largest theatre between San Francisco and Los Angeles, and could hold 25% of Monterey’s population. It featured modern miracles that were cutting-edge for... 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
Screen. Built in 1926. Operated by Landmark since 1989. A short drive north of the Stanford Shopping Center, the Guild Theatre is nestled right next to Downtown Menlo Park, two blocks south of Santa Cruz Ave on El Camino Real. The Guild features... more
The BAL Theatre is a significant historical, art and entertainment asset to the community, it was built in 1945 as a modern Art Deco, 800 seat, community based, movie palace and performing arts theatre in San Leandro, California. San Leandro Curtain... more
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THE NEW PARKWAY THEATER is a community-centered cinema and pub located in Oakland’s Uptown district.   New releases, cult classics, and fabulous special programming.  Beer & wine served. more
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The Nickelodeon is a open daily and features a unique mix of films.  You will find a couple Box Office releases, some independent movies, and on occasion, some old classics. In February 2002 Nickelodeon Theatres added the operation of the... more
The Tiburon Playhouse was built in 1959 by the Zelinsky Family as a way-off Broadway Playhouse. However, after only one year, film became the mainstay of the theater's programming. more
A classical movie theatre featuring the best of Indian film. more
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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
This drive-in fully embrace technology with the largest digital projectors available.  West Wind Drive-Ins project a crystal-clear digital image on screens so big they dwarf the ones you'll find in a typical walk-in theatre.  Gone are t... more