Angelika Film Center

Independent theaters


Greenwich Village

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Angelika Film Center

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Venue details

  • Address:

    Angelika Film Center 18 W Houston St
    Greenwich Village
    New York

  • Cross Street:

    at Mercer St

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  • Venue website:

  • Transport:

    Subway: B, D, F, M to Broadway–Lafayette St; 6 to Bleecker St

  • Price:

    $14, seniors and children $11

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What's on at Angelika Film Center



Life After Beth

Rating: 3/5

Aubrey Plaza’s deadpan stare, already a giveaway of ulterior motives (if not appetites), makes her perfect to play this film’s girlfriend turned zombie. While we don’t see her death during the solo mountain hike that starts the movie, it’s only a mat...

Begin Again

Rating: 2/5

The latest aggressively beguiling musical dramedy from Irish director John Carney (Once) could be subtitled “Be charmed…or die!” From scene one, the corniness is off the charts: Sad, struggling musician Greta (Keira Knightley), reeling from a recent...


Rating: 4/5

What do you tell a priest whom you plan to shoot point-blank between the eyes? “Say your prayers,” of course. John Michael McDonagh’s follow-up to 2011’s The Guard is a wickedly funny and Tarantino-esque black comedy—all fatalism and gallows humor bu...

Love Is Strange

Rating: 5/5

New York-based filmmaker Ira Sachs (Keep the Lights On) creates a special kind of urbanity: softer and more inclusive than Woody Allen's, openly gay but family-focused, alive to the city's tensions and lulls. His latest movie also features a Chopin p...

Magic in the Moonlight

Rating: 4/5

The more things change, the more Woody Allen stays the same: It’s a comfort that this singular artist’s worldview remains so staunchly his own—often archaically against fashion—and that nothing seems to halt his movie-a-year pace. (This, after a year...

Obvious Child

Rating: 4/5

Having a female protagonist blissfully bond with her womanhood through childbirth has typically been the Hollywood way of dealing with unplanned pregnancy. But in Gillian Robespierre’s revolutionary Obvious Child, abortion (not “shmashmortion”) is sy...

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