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The Philadelphia Film Festival

A city-wide celebration of the cinema

PFF 22

All Is Lost starring Robert Redford opens the 22nd Philadelphia Film Festival. Credit: Philadelphia Film Festival

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Dates
October 16-26, 2014

Overview

Hosted by the Philadelphia Film Society (PFS), the 23rd annual Philadelphia Film Festival features hundreds of films from around the world and special guests from the world of cinema.

Every year, the festival is bookended with blockbuster opening and closing night films. In 2013, the festival opened with All Is Lost starring Robert Redford and closed with Jason Reitman’s Labor Day.

The 10-day festival features more than 100 films from 35 countries divided into more than a dozen helpful categories.

Discover future award-winners with Centerpiece Screenings, see the latest from the Masters of Cinema, explore international stories, local filmmakers and much more. If you’re looking for something more offbeat, don’t pass up the Graveyard Shift with late-night screenings of truly bizarre cinema.

For a complete listing of films, click the button below.

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Screening Locations

Screenings for the Philadelphia Film Festival take place at venues spanning Old City to University City. Festival films can be seen at the following locations:

Ritz East
125 S. 2nd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Ritz at the Bourse
400 Ranstead Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Perelman Theater at the Kimmel Center
300 S. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102

Prince Music Theater
1412 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102

Cinemark (formerly the Rave)
230 S. 40th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Inside tip: Trying to get to multiple screenings? Get from the Ritz to Cinemark in a hurry using SEPTA’s EL.

Tickets

Plan your schedule in advance and buy your tickets early as many of the popular screenings sell-out quickly. Arrive at the venue ahead of time as there are no trailers prior to screenings.

Individual tickets to regular screenings cost $12 ($10 for PFS members). Get special matinee pricing on weekdays (before 5 p.m.) with tickets for $6 ($5 for PFS members).

Planning on seeing multiple films? Purchase the six-pack to get into any six regular film screenings for just $60 ($50 for PFS members). A maximum of two-tickets can be used per film.

Bring your student ID to the Film Festival Box Office at 1425 Locust Street and get $10 tickets to any regular screening.

Get more access to the festival, including admission the opening/closing night festivities, with a Festival Badge. Badge Prices start at $165 and can be purchased online here.

Insider Tip: Even if your film pick is sold out, a limited number of rush tickets are often released 15 minutes prior to screenings. Tickets are full price and cash only. Show your student ID and get rush tickets for just $5. It’s highly suggested you arrive 30 minutes in advance of the screening for tickets.

Tickets and PFS memberships are available for purchase at the Philadelphia Film Festival Box Office (1425 Locust Street) or at the screening venues during the festival. Note: Festival badges and ticket packs are only available at the Main Box Office.

You can also purchase tickets by phone at (267) 519-3214 or online using the button below.

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Details

Philadelphia Film Festival Box Office
1425 Locust Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(267) 519-3214
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