People tend to check in during these times:
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On weekend nights, you can hear the music from the bar next door. On the plus side, really interesting movie selection. Weirdly, cash only for tickets but credit cards ok at concession stand
I value their independent movie selection. It's the SF gem. Seating is odd tho, saving the best viewing area for the use if a hall way...
I enjoy the screening of indie/documentary/other less widely-screened titles here
The oldest continuously running movie theatre in the USA, since 1909. Home to many great film fests including the San Francisco Green Film Festival in 2014.
Watch and indie film and don't forget to put nutritional yeast on your pop corn because you're in San Francisco, hippie.
Great cinema. The large popcorn is enough to feed four normal people.
My favorite movie theater in SF and perhaps the world!
Become a member. Free movies and popcorn. A film lovers dream. Great mix of small indies and docs you won't see elsewhere.
Best rainy day awning shelter for homeless people in the mission
Donate to their Kickstarter!
One word: documentaries. Also worth going to their catered "Up The Oscars" event where the awards are presented on the big screen and costume contest winners get year passes. Owned by a cult.
Built soon after the 1906 earthquake, the Roxie is San Francisco’s oldest operating movie theater and one of a handful of surviving single-screen cinemas in the city.
go see shut up little man
On June 19, 1979, Persistence of Vision put on the Third Annual San Francisco Gay Film and Video Festival at the Roxie Cinema. Soon after, Persistence of Vision changed its name and became Frameline.
get here and go see Exit Through The Gift Shop before they stop showing it.
Check out the *double seats* at the end of every other row...great for snuggling.
$5 Mondays. Buy snacks there and support the theater!
guest of cindy sherman. awesome
Another Hole In the Head Film Festival June 5-19, 2009