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Alice Tully Hall

1941 Broadway New York, NY 10023 | West 60s | 212-875-5775

Location Description:

Though mostly used for its stage, Alice Tully Hall is best suited to its use as a huge movie house during the New York Film Festival and occasional Film Society of Lincoln Center events too large for the Walter Reade. It's impossible to find a bad seat in this place other than the front rows (though the silver lining for those stuck with neck-breaking seats is the proximity they have to the filmmakers during the post-show Q&As).


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