Opened in 1989, this six screen movie theater located in the heart of NY’s SOHO district is the first in a national chain of Angelika cinemas (other outposts can be found in Texas and California). The Angelika Film Center screens a varied mix of independent, foreign and documentary films, many of which are receiving their U.S. premieres. The Angelika Film Center NY is also known for its extensive concession and café area, which features gourmet snacks and a sophisticated atmosphere for socializing before and after a screening.
Angelika Film Center Information
- Other Venue: Village East Cinema (181–189 2nd Avenue)
- Public Transportation: Very good. (For Houston Street: subway lines B, D, F, and M at Broadway/Lafayette Street; N and R at Prince Street; 6 at Bleecker Street; and buses M5, M21, and M103. For Village East: subway lines N, Q, R, 4, 5, and 6 at 14th Street/Union Square; L at 3rd Avenue; and buses M1–M3, M8, M14A, M14D, M15, M101–M103)
- Handicapped Accessibility: Good
- Performances/Programs: A blend of sophisticated mainstream and independent fare, including foreign films and some documentaries
- Ticket Prices: Adults $13; Children and Seniors $9 for both venues
- Additional Ticket Info: Only for Village East Cinema: 3D Movies (Adults $17.50; Children and Seniors $13.50); Concert Events $15.