Anthology Film Archives
When you think of vital cinemas in the world, Anthology has to go on that list. It’s where I first discovered many of the experimental and essential films that have inspired me ever since. The building was once a municipal courthouse, and the upstairs auditorium has the feel of a magisterial courtroom. There are no advance ticket sales, so get there early.
Only go here if you’re a seriously committed cinéaste (as we are!). You will find some rare flicks behind these brick walls.
A one of a kind cinema showcasing rare gems of film art, and film history. For any true explorer of the arts and moving image this spot is probably going to blow your socks off with the line up of unique cinematic gold
If you’re film buff or an aspiring cinephile, the Anthology Film Archives needs to be on your list. Specializing in American independent and avant-garde film, Anthology is one of the places that most represents the artistic spirit of the neighborhood. Keep an eye on the lineup and you’ll be able to…
You won't find this place in your average guide to NYC. Anthology is ground zero super indie film in New York. They're known for screening new & old independent, foreign & avant-garde movies.
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