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Tower Theater

Movie theaters East Little Havana
5 out of 5 stars
Tower Theater, Little Havana
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Time Out says

5 out of 5 stars

Miami Dade College has partnered with this historic cinema in Little Havana to present new films from Cuba and other Latin American countries, as well as shorts and features by budding Miami cineastes. Commercially released English-language films are also shown with Spanish subtitles at discount prices.

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Address: 1508 SW 8th St
Little Havana
Miami

Cross street: at SW 15th Ave
Transport: Bus 8, 17
Price: Tickets $7–$11.50
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