BAM Rose Cinemas

Movie theaters, Independent Fort Greene
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This four-screen cinema—opened in 1998—offers a mix of independent and current releases, as well as comprehensive retrospectives and eclectic festivals like BAMcinemaFest.

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Venue name: BAM Rose Cinemas
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Address: 30 Lafayette Ave
Brooklyn
11217
Cross street: between Ashland Pl and St. Felix St
Transport: Subway: B, D, N, Q, R, 2, 3, 4, 5 to Atlantic Ave–Barclays Ctr; G to Fulton St
Price: $13; seniors, students (Mon–Thu only) and children (weekdays) $9; BAM Cinema Club members $8
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