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  • O Cinema Miami Beach

    O Cinema Miami Beach

    500 71st St. Miami Beach, FL 33141
    305-571-7790

    http://www.o-cinema.org/ O Cinema Miami Beach, located at the Byron Carlyle Theater, is the third movie house run by the people behind indie art house O Cinema. The space O Cinema has taken over feels grand. The seats, which were installed during its time as a theater, look barely used. The renovations include new bathrooms with lots of granite, including a large vanity mirror for the ladies. In the theater, there's plenty of space for wheelchairs both on the ground floor and the mezzanine. The projection booth has a 2K DCP system and a 35mm projector. The theater specializes in first-run indie films, documentaries, and cultural programming. More >>

  • O Cinema Miami Shores at Miami Theater Center

    O Cinema Miami Shores at Miami Theater Center

    9806 NE 2nd Ave. Miami Shores, FL 33138
    305-571-9970

    http://www.o-cinema.org/ Back when Paramount Studios owned movie theaters, it opened The Shores Theater in 1946. A few decades later, the single screen auditorium became a dollar cinema that screened older films and eventually closed circa 1988. Twenty-four years later and several name changes, O Cinema partnered up with the Miami Theater Center and now welcomes its surrounding community to South Florida’s largest independent movie theater auditorium. O cinema Miami Shores showcases theater for children, training in the performing arts, and an array of films. The venue seats 330 guests, features 5.1 Surround Sound, is ADA-compliant, provides hearing impaired assistance, and has space for ten wheel chairs. More >>

  • O Cinema Wynwood

    O Cinema Wynwood

    90 NW 29th St. Miami, FL 33127
    305-571-9970

    http://www.o-cinema.org In the midst of Miami's booming Indie film scene, O Cinema calls Wynwood's Art District its home. The artistic murals on the walls that surround the theater lure crowds inside but its funky ambiance keeps visitors inside. The non-profit independent cinema takes pride in its unique variety of documentaries, indie films, and foreign films. The venue seats 200 people, an art gallery, a talk back chalkboard wall, a film-centric merchandise shop, a concession and a large outdoor area. It can also be rented for private or group events. More >>

  • Olympia Theater at Gusman Center

    Olympia Theater at Gusman Center

    174 E. Flagler St. Miami, FL 33131
    305-372-0925

    http://www.olympiatheater.org/ Old is the new new. Especially in a city like Miami, where historic charms are often bulldozed to make way for new school crap. Thank God for the Olympia Theater at Gusman Center, a shining beacon to Miami's glamorous past, smack dab in the middle of downtown. Erected in 1926 as a home for silent movies, this recently restored palace oozes charisma, from the red velvet curtains to the baroque balconies. The theater's simulated night-sky ceiling has looked down on the likes of Elvis Presley, B.B. King, Luciano Pavarotti and countless other notable names. Today, they host movie screenings, concerts, live performances and a whole host of other events. So get glammed up and spend an evening immersed in what once was. There's something to be said for the classics, after all. More >>

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