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Erected in 1909, when the city's great earthquake and fire were still recent memories, the Roxie Theater is San Francisco's oldest continually operating movie theater. Its late-60s stint as an adult movie showroom is far behind the Roxie, and this vintage Mission District jewel, sporting a classic 1930s neon sign, now functions as a nonprofit operation. With programming predicated on celebrating the cinematic arts and its vibrant history, the theater works with many local film festivals, including Noisepop, Frameline and Indiefest. Other evenings feature writer and director talks, themed screenings and "Neighborhood Nightz," which showcases locally-made short films. Throughout the rest of the year, the Roxie screens art films, documentaries and rare treats that would be very hard to find anywhere else.