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  • Maysles Cinema

    Maysles Cinema

    343 Lenox Ave./Malcolm X Blvd. New York, NY 10027

  • Merrick Cinemas

    Merrick Cinemas

    15 Fisher Ave. Merrick, NY 11566
    516-623-1177 Across the street from the Merrick LIRR train station, Merrick Cinemas is a four screen, independent theater that shows mainstream, first-run films. Catering to the South Shore community of Merrick, the Cinemas offer several specials on weeknights: $5 admission for seniors on Mondays, $6 admission for all on Wednesday, and a $7 student special on Thursday. There's a basic concession stand, 3D options for a few extra bucks, and two large auditoriums with stadium seating. Theaters are typically available for special event screenings and birthdays. More >>

  • Millennium


    66 E. 4th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-673-0090 This experimental film center provides low cost workspace for New York City film makers, screens independent films, hosts film-making workshops, and houses an art gallery. More >>

  • MoMA, The Celeste Bartos Theater

    4 West 54 Street New York, NY 10019

  • Montauk Movies

    Montauk Movies

    3 Edgemere St. Montauk, NY 11954
    631-668-2393 If the weather is bad, check out this seasonal movie theater, which operates October through May and shows one film at a time. More >>

  • Movieland Cinema - Coram

    Movieland Cinema - Coram

    1850 Rt. 112 Coram, NY 11727
    631-696-4282 Movieland is an independent cinema in Coram, NY that screens mainstream features and is located in the Pine Plaza Shopping Center off NY Rt. 112 at Pine Road. Movieland features all-digital projection, leather seats, one auditorium with stadium seating, and 3D screenings (for $3 extra). General admission tickets are inexpensive, and the concession stand offers free refills on orders of large popcorn, and there's a videogame arcade to pass the extra time. Pine Plaza has a free lot with ample parking, plus Movieland is available for parties and special events and is fully handicap accessible. More >>

  • MovieWorld - Douglaston

    MovieWorld - Douglaston

    242-02 61st Ave. New York, NY 11362
    718-423-9200 This seven-screen family-owned cinema located on the lower level of the Korvettes Mall shows blockbuster hits as well as Indian films and has discounted admission on Mondays and Wednesdays. More >>

  • Museum of the Moving Image

    Museum of the Moving Image

    36-01 35th Ave. New York, NY 11106
    718-777-6888 The Museum of the Moving Image hosts daily screenings of contemporary, classic, and experimental movies. It's home to a handful of exhibitions that stretch beyond conventional feature films, as well as various education programs and video art collections. Renovated and expanded in 2011, the open space in Astoria now features a clean, all-white design, and its futuristic 267-seat main theater is the Museum's centerpiece. Regular screenings are included in the price of admission. For information on specific screenings as well as special ticketed events, check the website's official calendar. Admission is free from 4 to 8 p.m. on Fridays, and active duty service members and New York City teachers with ID have free admission at all times. More >>

  • New Design High School

    350 Grand St. New York, NY 10002

  • New School for Social Research

    New School for Social Research

    6 E. 16th St. New York, NY 10011

  • New School for Social Research

    66 W. 12th St. New York, NY 10011-8603
    212-229-5155 Located in the New School's Social Research Building, this theater hosts film festivals, student projects, and other indie screenings. More >>

  • Nitehawk Cinema

    Nitehawk Cinema

    136 Metropolitan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11249
    718-384-3980 The Nitehawk Cinema brought first run, independent films into the heart of Williamsburg. Plus? This triplex cinema features large seats with arm-rest tables for in-seat food and (alcoholic) drink service. A sleek facade fronts the cozy film-pub, which marries the community feeling of a neighborhood bar into the family of reverent moviegoers. Brooklyn gourmand Saul Bolton crafted the theater-snack themed menu, which is available in a full-service cafe/bar downstairs and at the upstairs concession/stand lobby. Additionally, the Nitehawk hosts a robust program of "signature series" and special events like brunch screenings, films with live music, classics and retrospectives, film clubs, late shows, as well as food/drink specials that relate to the current attractions. Keep up with the schedule on the Nitehawk's active website, Twitter, and Facebook. The theater also runs a hand-selected pre-show program 30 minutes prior to the ticketed showtime. More >>

  • North Shore Tower Cinemas

    North Shore Tower Cinemas

    27010 Grand Central Parkway Floral Park, NY 11001
    718-229-7702 On the border between Queens and Nassau County, in the basement of the North Shore Residential Towers, this single-screen cinema shows everything from mainstream movies to second-run and foreign films. While the one screen necessitates a small selection of movies, the theater’s 460-seat capacity offers a wide variety of angles from which to view them. North Shore Tower Cinemas also charges only $7 per ticket, so it’s hard to complain. More >>

  • Nyack Village Theatre

    94 Main St. Nyack, NY 10960

  • Paris Theatre

    4 W. 58th St. New York, NY 10019
    212-688-3800 The romantically-inclined moviegoer"s last refuge from the clinical stench of corporate megaplex, the single-screen Paris offers independent and foreign films-often French-for the bourgeois Manhattanites who prefer the warm privacy of balcony seating. Not quite a genuine French cinematheque, but pretty darn close. More >>

  • Pavilion Cinema

    Pavilion Cinema

    188 Prospect Park W. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-369-0838 The Pavilion is a 10-screen cinema located on the sleepy, scenic roundabout that's found on the southwest corner of Prospect Park. This independent theater mostly shows mainstream, first-run movies, has 3D (for $3 extra), and is across the street from the 15 Street Prospect Park F/G metro station. The Pavilion's tall facade, grand marquee, and impressive number of screens and large auditoriums suggest the Slope's park-side grandeur. But inside, the Pavilion is a down-to-earth neighborhood moviehouse with a good matinee price and nightly late shows. More >>

  • Pavilion Theatre

    188 Prospect Park W. Brooklyn, NY 11215

    I always wondered where parents hid the Slope's young adults (did they just roll tykes downhill when they started to outgrow the baby carriages?) until hitting the Park Slope Pavilion on a Friday night. Maybe it's just me, but the adolescent hormones swirling around in that joint could rub off on even the most grizzled, serious-minded moviegoing couple. After all, there's got to be some K-I-S-S-I-N-G to bring about those baby carriages. More >>

  • Port Jefferson Cinemas

    Port Jefferson Cinemas

    1068 Route 112 Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776
    631-928-3456 This independent seven-screen theater located in Port Jefferson shows classic, independent, and mainstream movies with matinee showings until 6pm. Hold on to your stub after the show, if your ticket matches that weeks “winning numbers" you can score two free movie passes. More >>

  • Port Washington Cinema

    116 Main St. Port Washington, NY 11050

  • Quad Cinema

    Quad Cinema

    34 W. 13th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-255-2243 Operating for over 40 years, Quad Cinema has become a cinematic institution of Greenwich Village. It screens a variety of independent and foreign films in four theaters. Quad Cinema's theaters are not completely handicap accessible, but accessibility options can be arranged if patrons call beforehand. Find the joint after a short walk from the West 4th Street subway station. More >>

  • Queens Theatre in the Park

    Queens Theatre in the Park

    14 United Nations Ave. South New York, NY 11368
    718-760-0064 Built for the 1964 World's Fair, this performing arts center features a theater that screens movies reflective of its Queens neighborhood location. The space also houses a cabaret and cocktail bar. More >>

  • Ramsey Cinema

    Ramsey Cinema

    125 E. Main St. Ramsey, NJ 07446

    Both theaters at Ramsey Cinema in Ramsey screen new releases. All auditoriums are handicap accessible. There is a full concession stand available, and there are several New Jersey Transit bus stops nearby. However, this joint is cash only, so come prepared. More >>

  • Regal Battery Park Stadium 11

    Regal Battery Park Stadium 11

    102 N. End Ave. New York, NY 10282
    212-945-4370 Regal Battery Park Stadium 11 is a roomy, downtown Cineplex showing mainstream, first-run films and features real 3D and stadium seating. Despite the large size, Stadium 11 is one of the less-trafficked movie theaters in Manhattan, perhaps because of its location in Battery Park City. The development is a beautiful place for a cinema, and if the pricey popcorn and candy doesn't do the trick, there's a Shake Shack just downstairs. More >>

  • Regal E-Walk Stadium 13 and RPX

    247 W. 42nd St. New York, NY 10036
    212-840-7761 One might think that having a 25-screen multiplex across the street would make the survival of a smaller Loews location impossible, but competitive programming and the closure of most other midtown cinema staples have made the E-Walk into a haven for area residents and tourists taking a break from Times Square when the AMC Empire is sold out. More >>

  • Regal E-Walk 13

    Regal E-Walk 13

    247 W. 42nd St. New York, NY 10036
    800-326-3264 This 13-screen Midtown theater specializes in contemporary releases, many in 3D. The Regal E-Walk 13 is handicap accessible, and offers a full concession stand. Located in the heart of Times Square, the Regal is a short walk from the 42nd Street Port Authority subway stop--just be prepared to push through a crowd of tourists from Texas. More >>

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