Artsy types flock to Cherry Lane Movies, which screens independent films by made in China since the 1990s in Chinese with English subtitles. Two Sundays a month the ‘Films & Filmmakers’ series provides a screening followed by a Q&A with the director, actors or film critics. The first Chinese film was made in 1905 and it has grown in fits and spurts. Today China has an emerging underground film scene and Cherry Lane is a good place to rub elbows with the next Jia Zhangke or Zhang Yimou. If you’re not cultured out, catch a live music performance at Yugong Yishan after the movie.