Events listings and curated editorial listings covering NYC alternative film screenings: repertory revivals and advance previews, annual festivals and local premieres, in-person, site-specific and otherwise special cinematic events.
A Twitter List by Ira Deutchman.
Community-based, mission-driven art house theaters exist for the love of cinema and the cultural enrichment of local communities nationwide. The annual Art House Convergence is designed to be a stimulating gathering that encourages art house operators to get to know one other and share successes, challenges, anxieties, as well as hopes and dreams. Supported by Sundance Institute.
Looking to start a theatre? This gallery of abandoned opportunities from around the United States is a great place to start. We wish every one of them could be revived.
We’re building the world’s largest guide to movie theaters.We have over 31,000 movie theatres from the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada and dozens of other countries around the world.
From Cinemad Presents: "This map is at a early stage, I'm adding to it every day. But the concept is simple - these are theaters or galleries or warehouses - screening rooms in one way or another, that tend to work with individuals. They also seem to have good taste. So find the ones that work for your project and contact them for a show."
Film Sprout is a consulting and booking agency that broadens the audience and social impact of documentaries through public screening events. Bringing films beyond the traditional cinema and into grassroots institutions, Film Sprout helps filmmakers secure revenue, swell viewership and spark social-change.
Interactive mapping of selected art house theatres in the U.S. – hosted by Independent Lens.