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
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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
10 Screens. Built in 1988. Operated by Landmark since 1994. The Shattuck Cinemas opened in May 1988 on the ground floor of the lovely Shattuck Hotel in downtown Berkeley, just one block from the University of California-Berkeley. It features an eclec... more
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Lark Theater's mission is to enhance the artistic, cultural and social life of Marin County and the San Francisco Bay Area with quality independent film, international film, classic & family film, film festivals, musical performances, and a rich... more
2009 BEST OF SILICON VALLEY Reader Survey Winner - Third Place best Art House Movie Theater The opening of Los Gatos Cinema marked the Camera Cinemas' first move toward bringing the magic of their theatres to other parts of the South Bay. A hi... 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
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McNear’s Mystic Theatre is located in historic downtown Petaluma, California and is described by many as the North Bay’s Premier Music Venue. Built in 1911, The Mystic Theatre originally was host to live Vaudeville entertainment and in 19... more
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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
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FREE MOVIE NIGHT at the ORINDA Theatre sponsored by Orinda Theatre Square The second Thursday of every month at 7pm -------- The Orinda Theatre was opened in 1941 and was built by Donald Rheem, with architect Alexander Aimwell Cantin. Slated for... more
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Designed by architect Alexander Aimwell Cantin built by Donald Rheem in1941, the art-deco style Orinda Theatre is a true treasure.  more
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Oakland's Paramount Theatre is one of the finest remaining examples of Art Deco design in the United States. Designed by renowned San Francisco architect Timothy L. Pflueger and completed in late 1931, it was one of the first Depression-era buildings... more
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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&... more
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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Rialto Cinemas Sebastopol brings the best films in the world to Sonoma County! The theatre has been chosen as the best movie theatre for 10 consecutive years! 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
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