Sundance Kabuki Cinema

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Sundance Kabuki Cinema
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Purchased in 2006 by Robert Redford's independent Sundance Cinemas, the complex contains cafés and a full bar—you can even enjoy beer, wine and cocktails during certain screenings. The Sundance Kabuki also serves as the main venue for the San Francisco International Film Festival.

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Venue name: Sundance Kabuki Cinema
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Address: 1881 Post St
San Francisco

Cross street: at Fillmore St
Transport: Bus 2, 3, 22, 38, 92
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