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Alma's Rainbow

A coming-of-age comedy-drama about three African American women living in Brooklyn, Alma’s Rainbow explores the life of teenager Rainbow Gold (Victoria Gabrielle Platt) as she enters womanhood and navigates standards of beauty, self-image, and the rights women have over their bodies.

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City Dudes

City Dudes is the new monthly “blindfolded” screening series at the Roxy Cinema New York curated and hosted by the American cinematographer Sean Price Williams and the American writer Nick Pinkerton. Might could be they’ll have the occasional Exciting Guest on-hand as well!

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Woman As Witch Film Series

Woman As Witch examines themes of women as the monster, demon, and witch, but also just women in power who are in control of their own destiny. Featured titles include The Craft, Queen Of The Damned, Bitter Moon, Femme Fatale, Species, and more! #WomanAsWitch

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Cat People 35MM

An American man marries a Serbian immigrant who fears that she will turn into the cat person of her homeland’s fables if they are intimate together.

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Owen Kline Series & Funny Pages Premiere

Owen Klein celebrates his directorial debut in Funny Pages with an interview, film premiere, and repertory series at Roxy Cinema!

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Welcome, Cinephiles!
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A hat tip to the 1920s motion picture palace, Roxy Cinema is an Art Deco-inspired arthouse cinema located in downtown Manhattan specializing in first-run independent films, rare archival prints and 35mm cult classics. It also runs special cultural programming including film series, director and actor Q&A’s, and artist collaborations. With its gourmet concession stand, you can also purchase craft cocktails, beer and wine, popcorn and candy to enjoy during the movie. Whether you’re a couple dropping in for a casual date, or an enthusiast coming to see a favorite director, the Roxy Cinema is an old-school moviegoing experience for modern-day audiences.

To get to the cinema, take the stairs or elevator to the cellar level—both are located in the back of the entrance level, on the right side.


To purchase tickets, please visit the “Now Showing” page.


Seniors (65 and over), federally disabled (with ID), students (with ID) and children (12 and under) must purchase their tickets in person to receive this discount.

For general inquiries, please contact (212) 519-6820 or email

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Become a Member

Are you hooked to the silver screen? We know the feeling. We created the Roxy Cinema Membership for our most devoted cinephiles, rewarding film fandom with perks. Meet us under the marquee!


Become a member and receive:


Unlimited access to all showtimes

A complimentary popcorn at every show

Untold amounts of cinephile cred and a permanent back-pocket cool date idea


Memberships are $250 per year, valid for one year from the purchase date.

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Eat & Drink

Make it more than a movie!
Extend your entertainment by dining at our other unique venues, before or after the show.

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Roxy Bar

A ground-level dining venue situated around a performing stage, offers craft cocktails and classic American fare.

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The Django

A cellar-level, Parisian Jazz Age-inspired club featuring two bars, an open dining space, and another stage for live performances.

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