The Coral Gables Art Cinema is a state-of-the-art theater that opened in October of 2010 and is one of the best, most comfortable and highest grossing art houses in South Florida, presenting first-run and regional premieres of quality American independent and international features, both fiction and documentary, in addition to classic films, special programs and film festival events, which speak to the multilingual and multicultural diversity of the region. In 2011 the Miami New Times weekly named the theater as “Miami’s Best Art-House Cinema.” The Cinema project was launched in 2006 as a partnership between the City of Coral Gables, who owns the building in which the theater is located, and the Coral Gables Cinematheque, Inc., a non-profit 501(c)(3) film arts organization, in collaboration with Magna-Tech Electronic Company. The City, along with the Coral Gables Community Foundation through its Perrin Fund administered by Mayor Don Slesnick, provided the funds for the build-out of the theater. Major in-kind contributions of professional theater equipment and installations have been contributed by a range of film industry companies to complete the venue. Many other individual donors, members and entities have joined to make the Cinema a reality, including Bacardi and Miami-Dade County. The Founder is Steven Krams, long-time film industry professional.

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Marta Magellan 01/08/2017
Excellent films. It's a pleasure to have such a theater close to home. The commercial theaters seem to exist only for the adolescent crowd. I highly recommend this theater.
Brandon Gould 30/08/2017
A great little cinema with a family friendly and local vibe! Got to see Studio Ghibli's Ponyo here for 5 dollars which included free popcorn and a drink! There were stuffed animals on every chair because of "family day" and it was an amazing experience seeing this classic with children and long time Miyazaki fans!
Ken Smedberg 23/07/2017
How lucky are we to see The National Theatre in London and Dunkirk in 70 mm. Be sure to checkout the film making equipment.
Margaret Prusner 28/05/2017
Very cool indie cinema. It's small but there film selections are always great. They also sell beer and wine and snacks.
D F 19/03/2017
The have the nicest people working there. It's a small place, but very, very nice. For people who really enjoy good movies. Consider becoming a member!