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Angelika Film Center
The original Angelika Film Center & Café opened in New York City’s Soho district in 1989. The Angelika plays an impressive and diverse mix of independent films, and is the definitive cinema of choice for filmmakers and film lovers alike. Since its opening, the Angelika New York has become the most successful and recognized arthouse in the United States. At the end of 1997, an Angelika Film Center & Café opened in Houston, TX and in 2001, another opened in Dallas, TX. In 2004, the Angelika opened its newest, state-of-the-art location in Plano, Texas. The Angelika offers a dynamic and sophisticated atmosphere. The theater is a great place to meet your friends or hang out by yourself, and patrons who come early can enjoy a gourmet snack at the café or browse our InFocus newsletter.
Film Forum presents two distinct, complementary film programs – NYC theatrical premieres of American independents and foreign art films, programmed by Cooper and Mike Maggiore; and, since 1987, repertory selections including foreign and American classics, genre works, festivals and directors’ retrospectives, programmed by Bruce Goldstein. Their third screen is dedicated to extended runs of popular selections from both programs, as well as new films for longer engagements. As a cinema of ideas, Film Forum is committed to presenting an international array of films that treat diverse social, political, historical and cultural realities. Unlike commercial cinemas that primarily book high-grossing, Hollywood films, Film Forum’s programs are thoughtfully curated, with attention to unique cinematic qualities, historical importance individually or within a genre and, particularly for documentaries, relevance to today’s world.
IFC Center is an art house movie theater in Greenwich Village, New York City in the United States of America. Located at 323 Sixth Avenue at West 3rd Street, it was formerly the Waverly Theater, a well- known art house movie theater. IFC Center is owned by AMC Networks (known until July 1, 2011 as Rainbow Media), the entertainment company that owns the cable channels AMC, IFC, WE tv and Sundance Channel and the film company IFC Films.
AMC Networks has positioned the theater as an extension of its cable channel IFC (Independent Film Channel) as IFC will own the building. IFC has converted the historic building, originally built as a church in the early 19th century, into a three theater facility. Each theater is equipped to screen 35mm and high-definition digital video. The complex also includes digital editing suites, a meeting area, and a restaurant called The Waverly, in recognition of the site’s past. In addition to regularly scheduled films, the Center plays host to special screenings such as premieres, educational programs and television broadcasts. IFC’s weekly series, formerly titled “At The Angelika” (filmed at the nearby Angelika Theater) relocated to IFC Center and thus the show has been retitled “At The IFC”.