San Francisco's oldest theater, the Roxie opened a century before it became a community-run nonprofit in 2009. World premières of cutting-edge documentaries, classic film noirs and '60s horror flicks are only a taste of the impressive range of films staged at this 238-seat gem, which lays claim to the title of the "second-oldest continual run cinema in the world." Next door, the 49-seat Little Roxie has a great projection set-up, a terrific sound system and a program of stuff too weird even for its edgy parent to show.
|Venue name:||Roxie Theatre & Little Roxie|
3117 16th St
|Cross street:||between Valencia and Guerrero Sts|
|Transport:||BART to 16th St Mission/Bus 14, 22, 33, 49|
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