Artists’ Television Access is a non-profit art gallery and screening venue in San Francisco’s Mission District in the United States of America.
The world-renowned Apollo Theater is a Harlem icon. Notable for launching the careers of numerous superstars, the Apollo still hosts its famous amateur night as well as top-notch performers from around the globe.
Intimate movie house showing first-run indies & smaller-release films on 2 screens, with a cafe/bar.
Stylish theater chain for new & classic films features cocktails & creative bites served seat-side.
Local comedy club featuring local & national acts in comfy digs, plus improv & sketch classes.
Movie theater screening new releases as well as independent, foreign & avant-garde flicks.
The New Beverly Cinema is a historic movie theater. Housed in a building which dates to the 1920s, it is one of the oldest revival houses in the region. Committed to celluloid, the New Beverly solely project films in 35mm print. After 10 years of being a benefactor of the theater, Oscar-winning filmmaker Quentin Tarantino became owner and head programmer in 2014, and schedules the vast majority of the monthly programming. Occasionally films are screened from Tarantino’s private collection. Midnight screenings are held on Friday and Saturday.
Restored 1920s theater with a wine & coffee bar mostly screening independent films & documentaries.
Established in 1951, this renovated cinema screens indie films and offers comfy seats and classic concessions.
“The Biograph Theatre in Lincoln Park is where John Dillinger was shot dead and the alley next to it is notoriously haunted.” -White Mystery
“Not sure if it is underrated but the Power House is such a lovely location. There are always markets on the weekends and it’s located right next to new farm park. You can even just head down there for a beverage along the river.” — Sheppard
“Riverstage is a pretty inspiring outdoor space, it is located in the Botanical Gardens and has hosted some music legends in its time!” — Sheppard
The Harvard Film Archive is a film archive and cinema located in the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The Park Theatre is one of Winnipeg’s premier live event venues featuring everything from music, comedy, theatre, and film. Routinely nominated and awarded “Venue of the Year” at the Western Canadian Music Award’s since 2012.
A beloved and historic venue in “The Hill” area of Boulder, the Fox Theatre regularly hosts well-known artists.
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The historic theatre features a wide range of independent, foreign, and documentary films on a daily basis and is Tampa’s only non-profit movie palace.
“The Black Box is a cozy bar, venue, and a crucial hangout for the Belfast arts scene. It’s got an underground soul and maintains a packed program of left-field cabaret, film, theatre, art, and gigs. Of all the venues in Belfast, it’s the one I’ve performed in the most and it really feels like home.” — Alana Henderson
The Queen’s Film Theatre or QFT is a small independent cinema at Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland that was founded in 1968.
Baycourt is the Bay of Plenty’s premiere performance art space. This diverse arts community center stages performances of all kinds, from drama and dance to live music and educational programs. Baycourt is dedicated to supporting the local arts scene, but also hosts many international touring artists each year.
Totara St. is the live performance venue of the Mauao PAC, a community center dedicated to supporting local music and performance art in the greater Tauranga area. The 423 square-meter space is perfect for intimate performances, but can host crowds of up to 400 people.
The Arena Players is the oldest continually performing and historically African-American community theater in the country.