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Landmark's Sunshine Cinema

Lower East Side

Once a renowned Yiddish theater, this comfortable venue has snazz and chutzpah to spare. Intimate cinemas and excellent sound are a beautiful complement to the indie fare; here, too, is New York’s most consistently excellent midnight series.

Venue name: Landmark's Sunshine Cinema
Address: 143 E Houston St
New York
10002
Cross street: between First and Second Aves
Venue phone: 212-777-FILM, ext 687;
Website: http://landmarktheatres.com
Transport: Subway: F to Lower East Side–Second Ave
Price: $13.50, seniors and children $10. Midnight screenings $10
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