Sundance Kabuki is a multiplex that elevates the movie-going experience by adding a little extra class. That means no commercials before the feature and the food and drink options offered outside the auditorium include cheese plates, crème brulee, and keoke coffee.
Built at the tip of the Japan Center complex, the Kabuki plays independent features, art films, foreign films, documentaries, and major Hollywood releases, and it has served as a key venue for the San Francisco International Film Festival.
Sundance Cinemas: Theatre Kabuki Information
- Public Transportation: Very Good (steps from bus 22 at Fillmore Street/Post Street; and a 1-minute walk from buses 2 and 3 at Fillmore Street/Sutter Street and buses 38 and 38L at Geary Blvd./Fillmore Street)
- Handicapped Accessibility: Good
- Performances/Programs: A blend of independent and mainstream American and foreign films
- Ticket Prices: Vary based on seat location and program.