AMC Theatres - AMC Entertainment Inc. is one of the
world's leading theatrical exhibition companies with interests in approximately 360 theatres with 5,128 screens. In the U.S., it
significant presence in major urban markets with locations in 30 states and the District of Columbia. About 89 percent of our theatres are
located in the U.S. and Canada.
American Cinematheque (Los Angeles) - The Cinematheque presents the best of film and video - ranging form the classics to the outer frontiers of the art form. Two Los Angeles locations:
Anthology Film Archives - An international center for the preservation, study, and
exhibition of film and video, with a particular focus on independent, experimental, and avant-garde cinema.
Black Cinema House - Hosts screenings and discussions of underseen works by film & video
makers of the African and other diasporas in the historically underserved neighborhood of Grand Crossing in particular and the South Side
of Chicago in general.
Bronx Documentary Center (BDC) - Gallery and educational space devoted to documentary projects from around the globe. Located on the ground floor of a recently revitalized building in the South Bronx, the BDC aims to create an engaging environment for local and international photojournalists, artists, filmmakers, critics and educators committed to innovative methods of non-fiction storytelling.
Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) - With world-renowned programming in theater, dance, music, opera, film, and much more, BAM showcases the work of emerging artists and innovative modern masters.
Carmike Cinemas - A preimiere motion picture exhibitor in the U.S. with 283 theaters and 2,427
screeens in 37 stqtes. Carmike's focus is small to mid-sized communities with populations of fewer than 100,000.
Cinema Cartier - A unique place devoted to the screening of original films never shown before
in Quebec City, with the emphasis on classic movies of yesterday and modern works of great film directors, as well as independent features. Le Cartier is also showing foreign film discoveries from the six continents. In a few words, this 117-seat auditorium offers movie
buffs a unique opportunity to watch films on the big screen,films they would otherwise not have access to.
Cinema Politica - A Montreal-based media arts, non-profit network of community and campus
locals that screen independent political film and video by Canadian and international artists throughout Canada and abroad. Cinema
Politica is volunteer-run and all screenings are by donation.
Cinema Treasures - Devoted to movie theater preservation and awareness. Unites movie theater
owners and enthusiasts in a common cause - to save the last remaining movie palaces across the country. Also visit the Preservation Alert page.
Cinemark - A leader in the motion picture exhibition industry with 404 theatres and 4,596 screens in
the U.S. and Latin America.
Cinematheque - A coalition of UW-Madison academic departments and student
film groups dedicated to showcasing films which would otherwise never reach Madison screens. As the screening facility of the Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research (WCFTR), a member of the International
Federation of Film Archives (FIAF), the Cinematheque regularly showcases archival and other rare
prints from around the world.
Cinemathèque Française - Hosts the largest archive of films, movie documents, and film-related
objects in the world. Located in Paris, the Cinemathèque holds daily screenings of a variety of films from all over the world.
Cinematheque Ontario - One of five divisions of the Toronto International
Film Festival Group, is a year-round screening programme dedicated to presenting the history of world cinema on the big screen
in carefully curated retrospectives. From mid-October to mid-August, the Cinematheque offers an ambitious
selection of approximately 395 screenings in one of the city's finest cinema facilities, Jackman Hall in the Art Gallery
of Ontario. Programmes include director retrospectives, special guest appearances, national and regional cinema spotlights, and
Cineplex - One of Canada's leading entertainment companies and operates one of the most modern and
fully digitized motion picture theatre circuits in the world.
Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque - Founded in 1986. Presents movies in the CIA's 616-seat, 35mm and SR stereo-equipped Russell B. Aitken Auditorium.
Videotapes and 16mm films are sometimes shown in the CIA's 100-seat Ohio Bell
Auditorium. Both are located within the Institute's Gund Building at the corner of
East Boulevard and Bellflower Road in University Circle.
Close-up - Aims to make film culture and history accessible through its video library, film
screenings and the online publication of Vertigo Magazine.
Film Forum - Founded by two young cineastes in 1970, Film Forum is located in NYC at 209
West Houston Street, between 6th Ave and Varick (7th Ave). Presents two distinct, complementary film programs - NYC theatrical
premieres of American independents and foreign art films; and repertory selections including foreign and American classics, genre works,
festivals and directors' retrospectives.
Film Society of Lincoln Center - New York. Founded in 1969 to celebrate American and international
cinema, to recognize and support new filmmakers, and to enhance awareness, accessibility and understanding of the art among a broad and
diverse film going audience.
Gene Siskel Film Center - Chicago. Presents approximately 1,500 screenings and 100 guest
artist appearances year to over 65,000 film enthusiasts.
IFC Center - Art house movie theater in Greenwich Village 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 new complex features five
state-of-the-art cinemas with luxurious seating, and high-def digital and 35mm projection.
Israel Film Center - Located at The JCC in Manhattan is a leading resource for Israeli film, with the goal of expanding Israel's emerging film industry and promoting Israeli
culture in America. The center serves as an exhibitor, promoter, educator, funder, distributor, producer, network organizer, advisor, and
festival producer, as well as includes a viewing stream and on-line database of Israeli cinema.
Kitchen, The - One of New York City's oldest nonprofit spaces, showing innovative work by emerging and established artists across disciplines. Its programs range from dance, music, performance, and theater, to video, film, and art, in addition to literary events, artists' talks, and lecture series.
Landmark Theatres - Since its founding in 1974, Landmark has grown to 55 theatres,
245 screens in 21 markets. Landmark is known for both its award-winning historic theatres, such as the Tivoli in St. Louis, the Inwood in Dallas and the Oriental in Milwaukee, and its more
contemporary theatres, including our flagship theatre, The Landmark in Los Angeles, the SunshineCinema in New York City, E Street Cinema in Washington, DC, and The Landmark Theatre Greenwood Village in Denver's flourishing Tech Center.
Light Industry - A venue for film and electronic art in Brooklyn, New York. Developed and
overseen by Thomas Beard and Ed Halter, the project has evolved into a series of weekly events, each organized with a
different artist, critic, or curator.
Melbourne Cinemathèque - Discover the richness of the twentieth century's greatest
art form. Whether you're a dedicated cinephile or an occasional film buff, Cinemathèque membership provides access
to rare and imported prints and the opportunity to revel in a passion for truly great cinema.
Museum of the Moving Image - Advances the public understanding and appreciation of the art, history, technique, and technology of film, television, and digital media. It does so by collecting, preserving, and providing access to moving-image related artifacts, screening significant films and other moving-image works, presenting exhibitions of artifacts, artworks, and interactive experiences, and offering educational and interpretive programs to students, teachers, and the general public.
New Beverly Cinema - Los Angeles revival theater owned and programmed by Quentin Tarantino. Many of the 35mm and 16mm prints shown are from Tarantino's private collection. Tarantino wants The New Beverly to be a bastion for 35mm films.
Pacific Cinematheque - Vancouver, British Columbia. A not-for-profit society dedicated to the
understanding of film and moving images. Through exhibitions, film tours, educational services and film-related resources, Pacific
Cinemathèque fosters critical media literacy and advances cinema as an art and as a vital means of communication in British Columbia
Pacific Film Archive - Berkeley. One of the major film reference services in the
country. Each year thousands of researchers-students, scholars, journalists, filmmakers, and others-use its services. In addition to
providing access to the more than 14,000 films and videos in the PFA collection, the library also makes a wide range of
film-related materials available to the public for research purposes. Its collections include more than 8,000 books, 150 journal titles,
7,500 posters, 35,000 stills, and 1,500 audiotapes of filmmakers who have appeared at the Pacific Film Archive, as well as
screenplays, international film festival programs, and distributors' catalogs. The library's largest and most heavily used collection
comprises some 95,000 documentation files containing film reviews, press kits, and articles on filmmakers, performers, national cinemas,
genres, and other topics. Some materials from the documentation files are available online through CineFiles, PFA's film document image database. Also
see Film Series.
ReelzChannel - Features local movie times for movie theaters across America, as well as movie reviews
for current releases. ReelzChannel also features movie trailers for films that are coming soon, viewable
on your computer screen now.
Regal Entertainment Group - The largest motion picture exhibitor in the world. The company's
theatre circuit, comprising Regal Cinemas, United Artists Theatres, and Edwards Theatres, operates 6,386 screens in 539 locations in 40 states and the District of Columbia. Regal operates approximately 18% of all indoor screens in the United States including theatres in 43 of the top 50 U.S. markets
and growing suburban areas.
San Francisco Cinematheque - Since its foundation in 1961, San
Francisco Cinematheque has become one of the most knowledgeable and respected showcases of experimental film, digital
media, and performative cinema in the world.
South Side Projections - Presenting film screenings throughout Chicago's south side. Most
screenings will be accompanied by presentations or panel discussions.
TheatersGuide - Whether you want to go check out a movie at AMC, Regal, Edwards, UA, or even a local
drive-in, TheatersGuide can help you find the closest movie theater to you. Search by state or by the
name of the theater.
TIFF Cinematheque - Dedicated to presenting the best of international and Canadian cinema to
film lovers. What began as a ten-day film festival has grown to embrace programming 365 days a year. TIFF offers screenings,
lectures, discussions, festivals, workshops industry support and the chance to meet filmmakers from Canada and around the world.
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