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Coral Gables Art Cinema

Movie theaters, Independent Coral Gables
Recommended
4 out of 5 stars
Coral Gables Cinema
Photograph: Paul Perdomo Coral Gables Cinema

Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

This 141-seat theater opens seven days a week to bring Miami's moviegoers the finest American and international independent features. The Gables Art Cinema caters to the movie buff, showing black and white versions of hits like Mad Max: Fury Road and offering Dunkirk in 70mm. They also show much-loved cinema classics so that audiences can experience them on the big screen, and host special programs and film festival events.

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Address: 260 Aragon Ave
Coral Gables
Miami
33134
Cross street: between Ponce de Leon Blvd and Salzedo St
Transport: Bus 37, 42
Price: Tickets $7–$11.75
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