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All the time I was growing up, Angelina was my downtown place for art and indie films. And now, decades later, it was good to see that they're still thriving. They've added a cafe and several screens. We went to a matinee showing if Maria...More
Conveniently located in Soho on Houston Street just one block from the Broadway-Lafayette subway station, this independent theatre is a treat. Start at the large cafe which is open to the public even if you don't have a movie ticket. The cafe has an interesting...More
I'm a Montanan who lived in NYC in the late 1990's. Always loved seeing movies here & got my husband and kids hooked also. Most recently visited with my daughter. I had been telling her how it was the only theatre I knew of where...More
Angelika Film Center is apart from the AMCs and Regal Theatres of New York. It’s a beautiful multilevel theatre in SoHo whose auditoriums are all on the bottom floor.
They’re known for their indie film selections often showing films that debuted at Sundance or Cannes...More
Now that the Landmark Sunshine theater is sadly history, there can to my mind be no debate over which is the best of the remaining indie movie theaters in NYC (IFC Center is also a good one - will have to post about that!). I...More
We like the Angelika and often can find films here that are not playing elsewhere. The vibe is casual and more intimate than an AMC or a Regal complex. That said, we were unhappy this morning when, after we bought our tickets, we learned that...More
When I wish to see a fine film that has a limited release I make the trek into lower Manhattan from far away north to view it here. Recently saw "Marie Curie" and like the film offerings, cleanliness and ambiance of Angelika.
Commonly known as “the Village” to New Yorkers, it was here in Greenwich Village that both 1960’s counter culture and the LGBT movement were born. Famous for its bohemian past, head to Washington Square Park to get a feel for this diverse and energetic neighbourhood. You’ll find NYU students, street performers, skateboarders, kids frolicking in the fountain, and locals relaxing and playing chess.
Stroll the streets to discover a mix of majestic town homes and hidden bars and restaurants that give this neighbourhood an old-school residential feel. When the sun goes down, check out one of the famous jazz or comedy clubs that still packs them in every night.