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The Hole

312 Bowery, New York, NY 10012 (Bowery & Bleecker)
(212) 466-1100
http://theholenyc.com

With few stones left unturned, the Hole is one of our favorite artsy destinations in NYC. Consistently cutting edge curation mixed with an appetite for art like we’ve never known keeps this... Read More

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Angelika Film Center

18 West Houston St (@ Mercer)
212.995.2000
www.angelikafilmcenter.com

Scenario 1: Are you itching to see the latest Michael Bay robo-stravaganza, Bruce Willis crash-fest or Pixar’s latest cast of talking animals in 3D, equipped with a tub of popcorn and a giant Diet... Read More

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Film Forum

209 West Houston St (Bedford & Varick)
212.727.8110
www.filmforum.org

Film Forum opened in 1970 as an alternative screening space with 50 folding chairs, one projector, and a $19,000 annual budget. Fast-forward to today, and the theater is the only autonomous... Read More

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IFC Center

323 Sixth Ave (@ West 3rd St)
212.924.7771
www.ifccenter.com

The IFC Center, NYC’s ultimate entertainment space for New Yorkers seeking out the best in independent film, opened in June 2005 in the historic Waverly Theater. After a four-year renovation, the... Read More

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Irving Plaza

17 Irving Pl (@ 15th St)
212.777.6800
www.irvingplaza.com

Opening in the Flatiron district in 1888, Irving Plaza spent the next 90 years finding its identity. Transitioning from a German Theatre to a burlesque house, Yiddish theatre, French and Soviet film... Read More

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The Joyce Theater

175 8th Ave (18th St & 19th St)
212.242.0800
www.joyce.org

Founded in 1982, The Joyce Theater was created by dancers for dance. Since then, the Joyce Theater has become one of the most premiere dance venues, hosting over 270 national and international small... Read More

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Village East Cinemas

181 2nd Ave., New York, NY (@ 12th St)
212.529.6998
www.villageeastcinema.com

The Village East Cinemas is the sister theater of the Angelika Film Center. Once a synagogue and opening as a Yiddish theater in 1926, the Moorish influence is still intact with gilded ceilings,... Read More

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