The Roxie Theater, a San Francisco landmark in the Mission District, brings people together to meet and connect through distinctive cinematic experiences. Guided by the passionate belief that engaging with a movie doesn’t end with the credits, we invite filmmakers, curators, entertainers and educators to interact with our audiences. We provide inspiration and opportunity for the next generation, and serve as a forum for the independent film community reflecting the spirit of the diverse Bay Area population. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
The Roxie Theater respectfully acknowledges our cinema is located in Yelamu, also known as San Francisco, on the unceded, traditional Tribal lands of the Ramaytush & Muwekma Ohlone people. We are grateful to work on this land.
3117 16th Street, between Valencia and Guerrero. We are accessible from the 22, 14, 49 and 33 bus lines, two blocks west of the 16th Street BART stop, and three blocks east of the J-Church line.
We have two auditoriums: the 234-seat Big Roxie (one of the oldest continually run cinemas in the WORLD!) and our 49-seat Little Roxie.
Through daily film screenings, festivals, series, special events, co-presentations and educational programs, the Roxie facilitates a space for people of all ages and backgrounds to gather, connect and learn about the world and one another in an accessible environment.