Film Forum has reinvented classic film art houses of the mid-20th century to demonstrate what an independent film house can do in our time, when seeing a film on a screen with a live audience is only one option. As a nonprofit organization, it maintains two complementary programing venues: new film and repertory. In one theater theatrical premieres of new American independent and foreign art films are screened; in another theater a variety of repertory selections are screened including foreign and American classics, genre works, neglected films of importance and salutes to prominent filmmakers. The third screen is used for extended runs of popular selections from the other two screens. Its long runs of newly restored classics have found large new audiences for All About Eve and Gimme Shelter.