This month, the Philly film scene goes vintage, satirical, scary, and historical, along with a free BYOB screening of ‘Deadpool.’
Whether you love ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies,’ Neil Gaiman, cats, or just the joy of the shelves, this nation-wide celebration of independent bookstores is worth a look in Philly.
What draws artists to Philadelphia? The relatively low cost of living is one obvious answer. But so is the prevalence of co-ops— galleries where artists themselves have a stake in the ownership of the business.
Enjoy the spring film festivals, but don’t let them eclipse the classics and shorts that’ll be on view, too. Here’s your BSR round-up.
Over the next month, local film-lovers can shiver at '90s horror or the 2008 housing crash, laugh at late 20th-century Philly promos, and discover the best in Israeli film.
For this Philly solo show, the artist had to recreate every astonishingly detailed paper piece when his signature miniature campers sold out at previous exhibitions.
A $500,000 grant from the city will help Performance Garage with much-needed upgrades.
For film buffs around here, there’s much more to February than the Oscars. Here’s a winter round-up of notable screenings and events in the Philly area.
Accustomed to bringing his signature frenetic urban style to commercial ventures, local artist Hawk Krall gives the gallery a try.
Jesse Krimes turned the materials he had inside prison walls into something extraordinary — and a new show of found objects continues his signature style of surprises in the everyday.