Netflix presents Jeremiah Zagar’s Hustle
A shot at the Philly sports movie pantheon
The set of Hustle, the latest from star Adam Sandler, was hard to avoid during its extensive on-location Philly shoots. Now it’s out on Netflix, for fans of Sandler and the Sixers alike. Stephen Silver reviews.
June 2022 repertory movie roundup
An abundance of classic films and plenty of Grace Kelly to start the summer
Stephen Silver rounds up indoor and outdoor screenings in the Philly area for the month of June.
The Philadelphia Film Society presents SpringFest 2022
Four films to watch out for
In one movie-packed weekend, PFS SpringFest screened 22 films at the Philadelphia Film Center, from a full-length treatment of a viral shell with shoes to the film Apple hopes will be the next CODA. Stephen Silver reviews.
May 2022 movie repertory roundup
The return of Lynch's Inland Empire, John Waters in town, and 70s classics
Screenings in the Philadelphia area for the month. Stephen Silver rounds up.
The Weekly Roundup, April 20-27
A Michelle Yeoh appreciation post
The Philadelphia Film Society hosts a film series celebrating Michelle Yeoh alongside her latest film Everything Everywhere All At Once. Kyle V. Hiller rounds up the screenings.
Tempesta di Mare presents On Tour from Dresden
20 years a tempo and counting
Gail Obenreder looks at Tempesta di Mare as they celebrate their 20th anniversary and debut On Tour from Dresden, a film about their March 2022 Germany tour.
April 2022 repertory movie roundup
The Room returns, celebrating Michelle Yeoh, and lots of baseball flicks
April films screening in the Philadelphia area include a series honoring Michelle Yeoh's storied career and another visit from The Room's Tommy Wiseau. Stephen Silver rounds up.
The Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival presents We Feed People
Cooking from Haiti to Ukraine
This year’s Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival featured a new Ron Howard documentary about globetrotting humanitarian chef José Andrés. Stephen Silver reviews.
Philadelphia Film Society presents Green Screen: Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival
Capturing the global backdrop
The film festival will bring a mix of documentary and fiction films that focus on the impacts of climate and environmental change. KC Wingert previews.
The Weekly Roundup, March 16-23
CultureFest! celebrates Nowruz, films with Penn Live Arts, and EgoPo’s Life is a Dream
The week features the Iranian New Year festivities with CultureFest!, a series of films from Penn Live Arts and Temple University, and of course, Make A F*ckin’ Show, You P.O.S. Kyle V. Hiller rounds up.