This month’s Philly screenings will take you from Chilean genre experiments to the L.A. Rebellion to a celebration of the cinematic samurai, plus a throwback to mid-century American classrooms.
This year, holiday-time screenings have a taste for the macabre, from Gremlins to Krampus to a rather maladjusted Santa.
From George A. Romero to Robert Redford, just because the film festival season for 2016 is wrapping up doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty happening for film lovers on the Philly scene.
From Danny Pudi of ‘Community’ to Hawaiian graffiti artists, PAAFF has become the largest Asian American film festival on the East Coast.
How do we give voice to the stories of transgender people in America beyond celebrity soundbites and discriminatory legislative antics? A new exhibition at Haverford College has plenty to say.
This month in Philly film, there is plenty for international aficionados of every genre, including lots of special offerings for the spooky season.
This month in Philly film offers a look back on a summer highlight, as well as a taste of the fall season.
Philly film festivals continue to celebrate our international community, as well as American comedy and horror classics.
The internationally known BlackStar Film Festival, which lands in Philly every year, is around the corner, as well as sci-fi cinema favorites, and plenty more.
Warm summer nights are officially here, with outdoor movie screenings from river to river, and plenty in between.