Spotlight on ANGELIKA Film Center NYC

The original Angelika Film Center & Café opened in New York City‘s NoHo neighborhood in 1989. The New York Angelika, which is located at The Cable Building on the corner of Houston and Mercer Streets, is the flagship cinema.

Angelika Film Center is a movie theater chain in the United States that features independent and foreign films. It operates theaters in New York City,TexasWashington, D.C.California and Virginia.


The original Angelika Film Center & Café opened in New York City’s Soho district in 1989. The Angelika plays an impressive and diverse mix of independent films, and is the definitive cinema of choice for filmmakers and film lovers alike. Since its opening, the Angelika New York has become the most successful and recognized arthouse in the United States.


The Angelika offers a dynamic and sophisticated atmosphere. The theater is a great place to meet your friends or hang out by yourself, and patrons who come early can enjoy a gourmet snack at the café or browse our InFocus newsletter.

B/D/F/M/6 at Broadway-Lafayette & Bleecker St.
N/R at Prince St.
C/E at Spring St.


  • Dolby Digital 3D
  • Cafe
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • 2K Digital Projection
  • Dolby Surround 5.1
  • Dolby Surround 7.1
  • Assisted Listening Devices
  • Closed Captioning Devices
  • 4K Digital Projection

Angelika Film Center NYC

Make your movie!

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Tips to making short films – using just your phone!

The 20 best apps for making videos

Whether you’re a vlogger or a budding Spielberg, it’s never been easier to shoot your own short film. Here, from effects to filters, are the only apps you’ll need
Steven Spielberg takes photos with his iPhone at this year’s Cannes film festival.
Steven Spielberg takes photos with his iPhone at this year’s Cannes film festival. Photograph: Alamy

Shooting and sharing videos has never been so easy, with a wide selection of mobile apps available to capture, edit and distribute your footage. Some are squeezed-down smartphone versions of powerful, desktop, video-editing software, while others are inventive new tools for the Instagram generation of social sharers. There are specialist video-making apps for special effects, stop-motion and even virtual reality film-making, and novelty apps to raise a smile with face swapping or retro filters. Here are 20 of the best apps to try in 2016, whatever your level of expertise.

iMovie (iOS)

If you’re looking to edit video on an iPhone or iPad, Apple’s own app continues to be one of the most accessible options. Simple touch controls belie powerful tools for editing your clips together, before sharing them with friends.
All free unless otherwise stated

Vine (Android/iOS)

Twitter’s Vine app started off as a way to make looping six-second videos, but it recently announced plans to up the limit to 140 seconds. Vine’s one-touch system for shooting clips that then flow together remains very clever.

Read more here!


8th MCNY International Short Film Festival

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WHEN: FRIDAY, April 7, 2017
MCNY, 60 West St, NYC 10006

Google reveals its most-sold film to date

The Interview took the unprecedented route of a digital-only release, after threats from North Korea saw the film pulled from theatrical release

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    Turns out, having a country declare your film an “act of war” might actually be good for business.

    Google Play has revealed that The Interview remains its most-sold movie to date (via Variety), two years after the controversy which eventually led the film to be pulled from cinemas and relegated to a digital-only release.

    The film outsold the blockbuster likes of Frozen, Deadpool, andStar Wars: The Force Awakens on Google’s digital media store, despite the fact the film was also available on Netflix for close to two years as well.


Join us April 7, 2017

Show us your Shorts! Short films, that is!

8th Annual MCNY International Short Film Festival

WHEN: FRIDAY, April 7, 2017
MCNY, 60 West St, NYC 10006


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