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  • Dealflicks
    Did you know that, on average, 88% of the seats in a movie theater remain empty during a showing? According to the New York Times, this phenomenon really surprised Sean Wycliffe a few years back when he went to see the Oscar-winning film The King's Speech and shared the theater with only two other audience members. With all the focus on online video services, Sean realized movie theaters were being overlooked, and came up with a concept that could help movie houses fill their empty seats. His brainchild became Dealflicks, a website that offers customers discounted tickets (sometimes with popcorn or soda) for same-day showings. Customers shop a selection of deals, each of which is specific to a particular film, theater, and showtime, and upon purchase, receive an email voucher they present at the theater's ticket counter. Dealflicks is partnered with theaters around the country, particularly independent and neighborhood venues, such as the treehouse of the enterprising kid down the street.
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    549 Magnolia Ave.
    Larkspur, CA US
  • Rialto Cinemas Cerrito
    In Focus: Rialto Cinemas Cerrito Established: 2009 What it screens: first-run, indie, foreign, and classic films Why you can skip the concession-stand line: food and drinks are delivered to your seat Sample menu: build-your-own pizzas, draft beers, and a curated wine list Inside tip: Stop by Scene, the theater's wine bar, on weekdays from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. for drink and snack specials and a chance to discuss favorite movie plot twists with other patrons.
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    10070 San Pablo Ave
    El Cerrito, CA US
  • Century San Francisco Centre 9 and XD
    When it is time to see a movie, Century San Francisco Centre 9 is a comfortable and convenient place to go. The large theater features friendly staff, leather seats, and stadium seating. Watch recent releases, as well as movies from your childhood in a spacious theater with top-quality sound and service. Century San Francisco Centre 9 also offers 3D viewing, print- at -home tickets and hearing-impaired viewing. Come early to purchase food or have some fun. Their arcade features updated games for movie-goers of all ages. Century San Francisco Centre 9 is located at Westfield Shopping Center. Try their convenient elevator entrance in the back.
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    845 Market Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • The Disposable Film Festival
    Hailed as one of America?s ?coolest film festivals? by MovieMaker Magazine, the Disposable Film Festival celebrates and showcases the world?s best no-budget filmmaking. The festival culls its selections from short films shot on inexpensive equipment such as cell phones, still cameras, and webcams, giving audience to a new brood of cinematic mavericks unfettered by major studios, movie stars, or caterers who never bring enough bagels. Grab a fellow cineaste and eyeball the work of shoestring Scorceses and Bergmanesque Skypers as the 2011 festival kicks off with the competitive shorts program at the grand, lavish Castro Theater. A panel of experts appraises each film, and one diminutive flick is selected by the masses to receive an Audience Choice Award, giving laypeople a taste of the judgmental fun that movie critics, mothers-in-law, and sanctimonious squirrels enjoy every day. A festival T-shirt and tote bag help opening-night attendees reminisce about the evening's miniature masterpieces, and an online gallery of past competitors provides a glimpse of the sort of artistry audiences can expect. After the show enjoy complimentary appetizers and wine from Four Vines Naked Chardonnay, Mark West Pinot Noir, and Avalon Cabernet Sauvignon at the Lookout.
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    429 Castro St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Balboa Theater
    On a mild February day in 1926, San Francisco theater magnate Samuel H. Levin address an anxious crowd of cinemagoers at the opening of his newest movie house. Ever the family man, Levin saw himself as a man providing entertainment for all ages. "In the New Balboa, as in all my theaters," he said, "I seek to supply the comforts and intimate surroundings associated with the higher ideals of home life." Nearly 100 years later, the lights of the Balboa Theatre's maquee still burn against the night sky, calling patrons into a cozy cinema suffuse with classic designs pulled from the Golden Age of Hollywood. However, these historical flourishes belie the modern innovations behind the scenes. The theatre was completely overhauled in 2011, with technicians retrofitting each auditorium with state-of-the-art digital sound and projection systems. This technological refresher helps the Balboa continue its main mission: showcasing must-see movies. These often take the form of first-run blockbusters, but the Balboa doesn't simply mimic the faceless megaplexes. Family films, motion-picture classics, and buzzed-about documentaries all find a place on the theater's twin screens, celebrating both the film world's diversity and the Balboa's original purpose.
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    3630 Balboa St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Artists'television Access
    Five Things to Know About Artists’ Television Access Artists’ Television Access cultivates the work of creatives who trade in film, photographs, paint, and other mediums. The nonprofit organization has thrived for over three decades, with roots that stretch back to a collection of artists coming together in 1983 to produce work for local television. Here’s more on their creative collective: They still broadcast weekly. Every Sunday at midnight, you can catch about 30 minutes of ATA’s original artist work on cable; you can even mail in your own submissions (though that makes it extra hard to avoid spoilers). ATA also screens in person. Seating about 45, the screening room shows independent films and other media. The screening room doubles as an art gallery. Photos, paintings, and other large-format works hang above the seats. You don’t have to go inside to view art. ATA maintains a display space in its front window. They’re always looking for volunteers. Commit at least four hours a week, and you can come to the shows for free.
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    992 Valencia St
    San Francisco, CA US

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