O Cinema Miami Beach

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

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