Kendall Square Cinema

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Kendall Square Cinema
© Michael Ascanio Peguero

This MIT-area staple is a good place to see first-run independent films, but purists wouldn’t call it an independent flickhouse; the indies run alongside big blockbusters and the whole place is owned by Landmark Theatres, who wrangle 54 cinemas nationwide. 









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Venue name: Kendall Square Cinema
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Address: 1 Kendall Square
Boston

Cross street: at Cardinal Medeiros Avenue
Transport: Red line to Kendall/MIT
Price: Tickets $11; $9 reductions.
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