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Nuart Theatre

Photograph: Jonathan Reilly
West L.A.

Exclusive engagements of independent movies, foreign flicks, arthouse curios and restored classics fill the calendar at this longstanding operation, run by the folks behind the Landmark in West LA and the Regent in Westwood. There are midnight screenings on Fridays (the ever-changing and always amazing CineInsomnia series) and Saturdays (always dedicated to the Rocky Horror Picture Show). Just nearby stands CineFile Video, a cult rental store that specializes in rare, unusual and hard-to-find films.

Venue name: Nuart Theatre
Address: 11272 Santa Monica Boulevard
Los Angeles

Venue phone: 310-473-8530
Website: http://www.landmarktheatres.com
Opening hours: varies, call for more information.
Price: $10.50, $8.50 Mon-Fri all shows before 6pm & Sat-Sun and holidays first show of day, $8.50 seniors & children under 12.
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