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Alamo Drafthouse image
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
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One of the best places in Silicon Valley to see a new release film. more
Located at the end of the Bay Street Emeryville mall, this is a great place to shop, eat, and of course, catch a movie. more
Plush and modern with super comfortable seats, the escalator ride up is worth the price of admission. The rebirth of the dying Vallco shopping center as Cupertino Square is thanks to the vision of entrepreneur Alan Wong, a local risk-taker who's fear... 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
AMC Metreon 16 with IMAX image
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
Early-morning discounts, a great location with a view of the foothills and clean comfortable theaters are part of the reason for the continued success of this readers' pick. The theater may be mainstream, but it shows some handmade material, too, suc... more
Balboa Theatre image
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
Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA) image
UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA) is one of the largest university museums in the U.S., and one of only a handful to present a full range of visual culture, including film and video. Each year BAMPFA presents more than fiftee... more
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Located in the Downtown Petaluma's Theatre District. more
* 14 Screens of All LUXURY Reclining Seats * Free 3 story on-site parking structure with 350 spaces * JB-X with Dolby ATMOS 360 degree surround sound, 60ft Wall to Wall Screen, and King Size Luxury Recliners * Three On-Site Restaurants * Three St... more
California Film Institute’s (CFI) mission is to celebrate film, video and moving image as art and education. As a non-profit arts organization, the Film Institute seeks to provide greater interaction between the general public and the cinematic artis... more
California Theatre - Berkeley image
3 Screens. Built in 1920. Operated by Landmark since 1994. The California Theatre is situated in Downtown Berkeley, right next to the University of California-Berkeley and within walking distance of the BART station. Featuring the largest screen in B... more
California Theatre - Pittsburg image
Built by Sylvester and Salvatore Enea, the California Theatre in Pittsburg opened in 1920 as a premiere venue for live vaudeville performances and silent films. The elegant theater was designed by architect A.W. Cornelius, who designed other grand th... more
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Camera 3 Cinema  feature films combine feature films, live comedy, and a contemporary urban eatery. We have partnered with ComedySportz and our new partners, Psycho Donuts, to reinvent the space into a truly unique entertainment destination unli... more
Camera 7 houses two 300-seat screens, and five auditoriums ranging from 75 to 110 seats. The third house also serves as a VIP screening room for special rentals, events and film premieres. Seven screens don’t have to feel like a multiplex. The... more
Castro Theatre image
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 alternative location, compared to Downtown SF, to catch a new release film. more
This clean and comfortable multiplex theater is the anchor of popular culture at the Westfield's Oakridge Shopping Center.  While parking might be crowded, the theater is across the street from the Oakridge light rail station. more
A great place to catch a new release film. more
Hollywood blockbusters and even movies that have had a longer run.    more
A great place in Corte Madera to catch a film.  Besides screening Hollywood type films, the theater also participates with festivals like the Mill Valley Film Festival. more
A good spot to watch a movie near the Larkspur Landing. more
Visit the website to see what's currently playing. more
Part of the mall.  Parking is easy. more