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Films

Bengie’s Drive-In

410.686.4698 or 410.687.5627
www.bengies.com
3417 Eastern Boulevard
Middle River

Featuring the biggest movie screen in the USA. Your car must have a radio to hear the movie.

Brown Center

On Campus

Film series at MICA. Check out Cobalt Soup for information on Brown Center events.

Creative Alliance at the Patterson

410.276.1651
www.creativealliance.org
3134 Eastern Avenue
Patterson Park

Creative Alliance MovieMakers (CAmm) screens the best in regional film and video talent—from narrative to documentary, avant-garde to animation.

The Charles Theatre

410.727.3456
www.thecharles.com
1711 N. Charles Street
Station North

Student discounts Monday through Thursday, plus $6 matinees every day. Offers first-run specialty films, Hollywood movies, foreign films, and cinema classics. Plus they put real butter on their popcorn!

Hoyt’s Cinema

410.850.8999
www.hoyts.com
1591 W. Nursery Road
Linthicum Heights

Large multiplex theatre with first-run flix; $5.75 for students, with valid ID. $4 tickets for daily "twilight" seatings, 4–6 pm. About 15 minutes away down 295.

IMAX Theatre

410.685.5225
www.mdsci.org
Inner Harbor 601 Light Street (at the MD Science Center)
Inner Harbor

The IMAX shows short (30—60 minute) films about nature, culture, and science on a five-story, 70-footwide screen that puts you right in the middle of the action. Admission ranges from $8–$19.75.

Landmark Theater

410.244.6636
www.landmarktheatres.com
645 S. President Street
Harbor East

A mix of wide-release and independent films with special features like Oscar nominated short films. There’s also a bar and the most high-class snack bar in the city.

Maryland Film Festival

410.752.8083
www.mdfilmfest.com
e-mail: information@mdfilmfest.com
On Campus

Frequent on-campus festivals and screenings of revival films. Free to MICA students, faculty, and staff. Check the online calendar for offerings and join their e-mail list for the latest funky film offerings in Maryland.

Muvico at Arundel Mills

443.755.8992
www.muvico.com
7000 Arundel Mills Circle
Arundel Mills

24 state-of-the-art theaters.

Rotunda Cinematheque

410.235.4800
www.senator.com
711 W. 40th Street
Hampden

Features independent films as well as artsier mainstream movies.

The Senator Theatre

410.435.8338
www.senator.com
5904 York Road
Belvedere Square

One of the oldest independent theatres in Baltimore. Cheap tickets and charming pre-show warm up from the owner. Shows 70mm films in a huge art deco setting. John Waters and Barry Levinson have premiered many films here.

AMC Towson Commons Eight Cinema

www.movietickets.com
410.825.5233
435 York Road at Pennsylvania Avenue
Towson

Large multi-plex theatre in a mall setting. $5 all shows, all times for students with valid ID.