Los Feliz's other old-school movie theater may not be as famous as the Vista, but it has its own historic charms (and the same ownership). The auditoriums at the three-screen cinema are tiny, in some cases not more than a couple of seats wide, but the starry ceiling, neon sign and Art Deco touches make this a unique place to catch a mix of wide releases and indies.
|Venue name:||Vintage Los Feliz 3|
1822 N Vermont Ave
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