2012's & 2013's screening were held at Landmark's Sunshine Cinema. Opened December 21, 2001, yet built in 1898, the Sunshine Cinema building was formerly the Houston Hippodrome motion picture theater and a Yiddish vaudeville house but for over 50 years it had been shuttered serving as a hardware warehouse. Landmark has restored the theater back to its artistic roots and now offers the art-house film lover five brand new state-of-the-art screens dedicated to first-run independent and foreign film as well as non-traditional studio programming. The Sunshine Cinema has exceptional presentation and amenities including stadium seating, Dolby Digital Surround EX sound and gourmet concessions. With 5 Screens for serving a wide array of film aficionados. The theater also offers attractions such as a Japanese rock garden and a viewing bridge that offers breathtaking city views from the third story spectacular glass annex. It is a real jewel from the past a must visit for any film lover.

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We are so proud to have the privilege of screening 2016's SoHo International Film Festival at the Village East Cinema which features an eclectic mix of programming, from blockbusters you can't miss to indies you can't find anywhere else. In addition to premiering many independent films, the Village East Cinema frequently continues the engagements of many of the films that open at our sister cinema, the renowned Angelika Film Center.

The SOHO International Film Festival and its partners support many fine artists and organizations.

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2011's screening was held at QUAD CINEMA in New York City. Truly a New York institution, this theater has been showing the best documentary, foreign and independent films since 1972. Family owned and operated, the QUAD continues to book films which are unique, original, intellectual and which appeal to a loyal following of New York moviegoers. Ex-mayor Ed Koch, a very big film buff and now (among other things) a film critic wrote "The QUAD is one of New York's best offbeat film houses". The theater is located in the heart of Greenwich Village, near some great shopping and dining.