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Experimental and unusual programming, including open screenings, usually Thursday to Sunday.
992 Valencia Street
Foggy Outer Richmond is home to a small shopping district on Balboa Street, a neighbourhood within a neighbourhood that lays claim to a great local cinema,...
3630 Balboa Street
One of San Francisco's finest and best-loved repertory cinemas, this movie palace was built in 1922. It became a registered landmark 55 years later,...
429 Castro Street
The Cerrito is the newer offshoot of the Parkway and offers much the same fare, including pizza and beer with your film. The first two Tuesday shows are for...
10070 San Pablo Avenue
This 468-seat theatre hosts cutting-edge international Jewish-themed films and videos, and features offerings from the Jewish Film Festival. Keep an eye...
3200 California Street
Like it or not, pre-teens and teens will track down this mixed bag of shopping and entertainment. There's the Games Workshop (where you can paint your toy...
This 3,000-seat Bollywood bonanza mainly features first-run movies from India and Pakistan, but also shows films from Afghanistan, China, Korea, the...
Gateway Plaza Shopping Center, 39160 Paseo Padre Parkway
Eight arts organisations banded together to bring the work of independent filmmakers to the public, resulting in this state-of-the-art facility. Look for...
145 Ninth Street
Just off the university campus, the PFA has a collection of more than 7,000 titles, including Soviet, US avant-garde and Japanese cinema. Some 650 of them...
2575 Bancroft Way
Old sofas, popcorn in wooden bowls with butter and brewer's yeast, and a choice of films ranging from revivals to the best current movies make you feel...
1727 Haight Street
World premières of cutting-edge documentaries, classic films noirs and '60s horror flicks are only a taste of the impressive range of films staged at the...
3117 16th Street
For the stuff you simply can't see anywhere else, be it documentary, feature film, animation or whatever, this is the name to look for. The Cinematheque...