Screening Venues

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
465 Huntington Avenue, Boston | 800.440.6975 | www.mfa.org

(Alfond) = Alfond Auditorium
(Remis) = Remis Auditorium

Enter either the museum’s Fenway or Huntington Ave entrances. The Fenway entrance is more convenient to both theaters. MBTA Green or Orange lines; Metered street parking or MFA parking lots on Museum Rd.

MFA Will Call tickets can be picked up from either the museum’s Fenway or Huntington entrances. Please note that once your ticket(s) have been printed they cannot be retrieved by others in your party who might arrive at the other entrance. For best results, meet all members of your party at either the Fenway or Huntington entrance and travel together to the Alfond or Remis auditorium. The Fenway entrance is more convenient to both theaters.

Consider taking in some Jewishfilm.2013 double features. See MFA restaurant options:
Cafeteria: Daily 10am-4pm
Café (new wing): Sa-Tu 10-4; W-F 10-8
Taste (near Remis): M/Tu/Sa/Su 11:30-4:30; W-F 11:30-9

The Institute of Contemporary Art/ Boston
100 Northern Avenue, Boston | 617.478.3103 | www.icaboston.org

Located on Boston’s waterfront, the ICA is a short walk from downtown, on the MBTA Silver line and two blocks from the I-93 and Mass Turnpike off-ramps. Metered street parking on Northern Ave and Seaport Blvd is often a good bet in the evenings. Parking lots surround the museum.

Kendall Square Cinema
355 Binney Street, Cambridge | 617.499.1996 | website

MBTA Red line Kendall/MIT. Parking lot at Cinema.

wnc West Newton Cinema
1296 Washington Street, West Newton | 617.964.8074 | www.westnewtoncinema.com

Come spend Sunday April 14 & Sunday April 21 with Jewishfilm.2013 at the West Newton Cinema!

Street parking is plentiful and free on Sundays. The theater has great popcorn and snacks and the area boasts plenty of quick restaurant options. Please note the theater accepts cash and check only.

Programs are subject to change. All venues are handicapped accessible.

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