The San Antonio Film Festival unearths cinematic treasures and provides a platform for artists to unveil their works to a diverse audience. College and high-school categories showcase the future of filmmaking, and documentaries drag real-world issues—such as the epidemic misuse of the word "literally"—into the light. Festival-goers literally never stop between viewings, keeping busy while meeting some of the filmmakers, soaking in words of wisdom from panelists, and participating in workshops.
If you love an afternoon at the movies, you'll love the cinemas at Ross in San Antonio.
With a sizzling plate of terrific food, this theater boasts among the best eats this side of the city.
For drivers, a nearby lot is available for use.
Make use of the luxurious bike racks at Ross.
Greek immigrant Louis Santikos founded his first movie theater in San Antonio in 1911, when silent moving pictures of train robberies and slapstick comedy were an exciting novelty. Today, the thriving regional theater empire continues the family tradition of dazzling audiences with attractions such as IMAX sensory journeys.
Santikos's expansive theaters house up to 19 screens of first-run cinematic entertainment at some locations. Equipped with popcorn and sodas, moviegoers can nervously munch and sip their way through every pulse-pounding car chase, tragic missed connection, or gripping montage of drying paint. Screenings in 3-D of select films are brought to life by the gloriously immersive illuminations of Xpand 3-D projectors.
Treat yourself to a night out at the movies! Cinemark Movies 16 in San Antonio is a great place to catch the latest flick.
Wandering souls would be best to visit this theater for any one of their A+ dishes.
Grab the kids when you head to this theater — its family-oriented atmosphere perfect for the whole clan.
Cinemark Movies 16's drive-in theater offers a new and exciting movie-watching experience.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.