O Cinema Wynwood

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

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  • Sun, Sat 2pm-12am, Thu-Fri 6pm-12am
  • Kid Friendly
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.

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