IFC Center

Critics' pick
IFC Center
West Village

The long-darkened 1930s Waverly was once again illuminated in 2005 when it was reborn as a modern three-screen art house, showing the latest indie hits, choice midnight cult items and occasional foreign classics. Actors and directors often introduce their work here on opening night, and the high-toned café provides sweets, lattes and substantials.

Venue name: IFC Center
Contact:
Address: 323 Sixth Ave
New York
10014
Cross street: at 3rd St
Transport: Subway: A, C, E, B, D, F, M to W 4th St
Price: $13.50, IFC members $8.50, seniors and children 12 and under $9.50
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