IFC Center

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IFC Center is an art house movie theater in Greenwich Village, New York City in the United States of America. It is located at 323 Sixth Avenue, on the former site of the Waverly Theater, which was itself a well known art house movie theater. IFC Center is owned by AMC Networks (known until July 1st, 2011 as Rainbow Media), the entertainment company that owns the cable channels aMC, IFC, WE tv and Sundance Channel the film company IFC Films.

AMC Networks has positioned the theater as an extension of its cable channel IFC (Independent Film Channel) as IFC will own the building. IFC has converted the historic building, originally built as a church in the early 19th century, into a three theater facility. Each theater is equipped to screen 35mm and high-definition digital video. The complex also includes digital editing suites, a meeting area, and a restaurant called The Waverly, in recognition of the site's past. In addition to regularly scheduled films, the Center plays host to special screenings such as premieres, educational programs and television broadcasts. IFC's weekly series, formerly titled "At The Angelika" (filmed at the nearby Angelika Theater) relocated to IFC Center and thus the show has been retitled "At The IFC".

IFC Center opened on June 17, 2005 with the film Me and You and Everyone We Know, distributed by IFC Films. The opening was not without controversy; for the first several weeks, patrons were welcomed to the theater by a picket......
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