Since its inception in 1989, the original Angelika Film Center & Café in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood has become synonymous with the best in arthouse, independent and international film, due to its curated and diverse programming. As a true filmmaker’s jewel and a choice destination for cinephiles, the Angelika has attained, and continues to be, the most successful and recognized arthouse in North America. The Angelika Vault highlights audience favorites, alongside some of our favorite cinematic gems and milestone films from past years at the Angelika New York.
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The Angelika Film Center is committed to supporting new talent by giving new filmmakers the opportunity to showcase their work at our theater.
This section includes just a few of the early works from now-celebrated filmmakers that have graced the screens at the Angelika New York.
Messy, imperfect and improbable.
Love isn't always easy! Enjoy this curated collection of complicated love stories, perfect for your next date night.
Some of the Angelika’s favorites featuring stories that celebrate the LGBTQ+ community around the world. Representation matters, and these stories are sure to have you overflowing with pride.
Your toes will be tapping along with these music films, from drama to documentary and more! Celebrate the songs and artists that’ll make you want to stand up & cheer.
From Cannes to Berlin to the Academy, these are the films that won the hearts of critics and swept awards season.
You won't want to blink while watching these highly engaging, unpredictable films that are not for the faint of heart!
Toss your expectations out the window, and get ready for a wild ride.
Animation isn't just for the kids!
Explore our curated collection of critically acclaimed animated films that are sure to stimulate your mind, and transport you to another world.
Cinema via the female gaze.
Explore our curated collection of films directed by some of the industry's most acclaimed women.
Academy Award winning filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar was born in a small Spanish town in 1949. In the early 1970s, his interest in cinema blossomed and without the funds to attend film school, he saved his money to buy a camera and began making short films with his friends. His 1980 feature film debut, PEPI, LUCI, BOM AND OTHER GIRLS LIKE MOM became a breakout success, and led to an illustrious career with now over 20 feature films under his belt.
Today, Almodóvar is a pinnacle in the cinema industry, with an impeccable repertoire of acclaimed works including PAIN & GLORY, ALL ABOUT MY MOTHER, VOLVER and TALK TO HER.
"Cinema has become my life," Almodóvar states. "I don't mean a parallel world, I mean my life itself. I sometimes have the impression that the daily reality is simply there to provide material for my next film."
Hungry for a movie night? Indulge in these delicious cinematic delicacies that are sure to leave you satiated.
Black lives matter.
From SELMA to CHI-RAQ, celebrate Black voices, Black stories, and Black creators, both in front of and behind the camera, in this curated collection of just a few of the Angelika’s favorites.
Shine the spotlight on Great Britain with this curated collection of British films from THE KING'S SPEECH to ROCKETMAN and more!
Latin American cinema has always had a special place in our hearts. From AMORES PERROS to CITY OF GOD to A FANTASTIC WOMAN and more, these films have been standouts at the Angelika Film Center, loved by critics and audiences alike.
Explore our curated collection of films that feature women who raised their voices and persisted despite the odds, or the obstacles, placed before them.
International film is an integral part of the Angelika’s curated programming. As Bong Joon Ho said at the 2020 Golden Globe Awards, “Once you overcome the one-inch-tall barrier of foreign language subtitles, you will be introduced to so many more amazing films… I think we use only one language: the cinema.”
From Ang Lee to Wong Kar-wai to Bong Joon-ho, celebrate Asian cinema with this collection featuring some the Angelika's favorites!
Need a laugh? Dive into our curated collection of comedic gems you’re sure to love!
Celebrate the iconic female directors, and characters, who made the film industry what it is today. Both in front of and behind the camera, these are the iconic women who, as Maya Angelou once said, will make you “proud to spell [your] name W-O-M-A-N.”
Festival Favorites - TIFF Edition!
Explore our curated collection of films played at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Experience the latest in arthouse cinema - virtually!
Virtual cinema gives both studios and cinemas the opportunity to showcase more films, and provide audiences with the latest and greatest content, available anywhere!
More than a movie night!
View our collection of films that feature exclusive bonus content: filmmaker Q&As! From Glenn Close to Willem Dafoe to Viggo Mortensen, you're sure to love these delightful conversations with some of the cinema industry's most celebrated filmmakers and actors!
Explore the stories of real-life icons in this curated collection of Biopics! From Judy to Elton to Harper Lee and Martin Luther King Jr., these stories are some you'll be thinking about long after the credits roll.
Filmmaker Mark Duplass presents his top 5 picks on Angelika Anywhere!
Experience the best of the Cannes Film Festival with this curated collection of Palme d'Or winners!
Recommendations from the Angelika's film programmers! This edition features top picks from Senior Director of Programming Denise Hughes.
Documentary filmmaking is a pinnacle of cinematic storytelling, focusing on real-world events, people and places. The Angelika continues to shine the light on diverse topics - from music to the environment to social issues and more. This category highlights some of the best in documentary filmmaking from the last three decades.
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