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SUNSHINE CINEMA

Built in 1898, the Sunshine Cinema building was formerly the Houston Hippodrome motion picture theatre and a Yiddish vaudeville house but for over 50 years it had been shuttered serving as a hardware warehouse. Landmark restored the theatre back to its artistic roots and now offers the art-house film lover five brand new state-of-the-art screens dedicated to first-run independent and foreign film as well as non-traditional studio programming. The Sunshine Cinema has exceptional presentation and amenities including stadium seating, Dolby Digital Surround EX sound and gourmet concessions.
 

  • Address:  143 E Houston St, New York, NY 10002
  • Phone: (212) 260-7289
  • Transit: 2 Av

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ANTHOLOGY FILM ARCHIVES

Anthology Film Archives is an international center for the preservation, study, and exhibition of film and video, with a particular focus on independent, experimental, and avant-garde cinema.

  • Address:  32 Second Ave, New York, NY 10003
  • Phone: (212) 505-5181
  • Transit: 2 Av

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VILLAGE EAST CINEMA

The Village East Cinema opened in 1926 as The Yiddish Art Theater, designed in the Moorish Revival style that was popular in synagogues at the time. The theater includes a forty-foot ornamental ceiling with a spectacular Star of David in the center that is still present today. In 1992, the theater was restored and converted into the Village East Cinema, a beautiful, seven-screen movie theater, with a main auditorium that features stadium and balcony seating as well as an oversized screen.


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CROSBY STREET HOTEL

This state-of-the-art screening room has 99 seats, the most advanced technology in sound and projection and the latest digital capabilities including 3D.

  • Address:  79 Crosby Street New York, NY 10012
  • Phone: (212) 226-640
  • Transit: Spring St

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SIXTY LES 

In the heart of the Lower East Side lies SIXTY LES, a boutique hotel that carries the artful spirit of the city through its every suite, space and dining venue, from an Andy Warhol filmstrip pool on the roof, to Lee Friedlander-made glowing headboards to bespoke Jim Walrod interior design elements.

  • Address: 190 Allen St, New York, NY 10002

  • Phone: (212) 460-5300

  • Transit: 2nd Ave F Train

SOHO HOUSE

Soho House is a Hotel and Member's Club in NYC's Meatpacking District. Soho House features a variety of spaces for dining, meeting, drinking, a rooftop pool, and a state-of-the-art screening room with custom cushioned seating for a very relaxing movie-going experience.

  • Address: 29-35 9th Ave, New York, NY 10014

  • Phone: (212) 627-9800

  • Transit: 8th Ave L Train


WRITER'S GUILD OF AMERICA · EAST

The Writers Guild of America, East, (WGAE) is a labor union of thousands of professionals who are the primary creators of what is seen or heard on television and film in the U.S., as well as the writers of a growing portion of original digital media content.  Members write everything from big budget movies to independent films, late night comedy/variety shows to daytime serials, broadcast and radio news, web series, documentaries, and animation. The WGAE works on their behalf to promote and protect the professional and artistic interests of this diverse community. 


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2A 

This icon of East Village boozemanship has been a pioneer since the '80s. Sitting on the corner of, you guessed it, 2nd St and Ave A, this spot is perfect for sipping your drink, dancing, flirting, and watching people pass by its massive film projection on the brick wall opposite from the 2nd Floor. 

2A is the unofficial after party spot for every night of the fest!

  • Address:  25 Ave A, Manhattan, NY 10009
  • Phone: 212-505-2466
  • Transit: 2nd Ave F Train

 


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