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City-wide celebration of though-provoking progressive performing arts
September 9-24, 2016View More
For fans of new and experimental theater, the Fringe Festival presented by FringeArts features hundreds of must-see performances each September.
Independent, art and foreign films screened in an iconic building
Ambler’s landmark movie theater has been recently renovated — and has more to offer film fans than everView More
Showcase of innovative and genre-defying cinema
August 4-7, 2016View More
Now in its fourth year, the BlackStar Film Festival is a four-day celebration showcasing artistically innovative and genre-defying films by and about the global black experience.
Celebrate the 50’s horror/sci-fi classic where it was filmed
July 10-12View More
Every July, cult film fans flock to the historic Colonial Theatre in Phoenixville for Blobfest, a three-day horror extravaganza.
One-of-a-kind theatre hosts art and indie films — and Blobfest
This one-of-a-kind 658-seat auditorium presents art and independent films, classic and modern pictures and live children’s shows and concerts.View More
Historic home of independent cinema in the center of Jenkintown
For more than 100 years, the Hiway Theater has been a cultural fixture in the center of Jenkintown.View More
Worldly perspective in West Philly
Primarily a residential center for UPenn international student body, the “I-House” is also home to fascinating artistic and cultural programming, including film screenings, musical performances and speaker series.View More
A hub of family-friendly activity throughout the year
The Delaware River Waterfront, just a short walk from Old City and Historic Philadelphia, hosts family-friendly attractions and events all year long.View More
Philly honors Asian American films and filmmakers
November 12 – 22View More
The eighth annual Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival (PAAFF) will celebrate Asian American films and filmmakers via screenings of documentaries and feature films, panels, discussions, parties and much more.
Philadelphia’s celebration of global filmmaking
An 11-day festival showcasing more than 200 of the best works in independent and foreign cinema in theaters throughout Philadelphia.View More
Free screening of iconic film at its famous location
July 1View More
An annual summer tradition, grab a seat on the famous steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art for a free screening of the iconic Philadelphia-film Rocky during Philly @ The Movies.
Contemporary performance space for live entertainment and film
The Prince Theater in Center City is a contemporary space for live entertainment and film screenings in Philadelphia.View More
Cinematic reflections of the gay and lesbian experience
QFest is the nation’s third-largest event of its kind, attracting international cineastes for two weeks of film and flat-out partying throughout mid-July.View More
Popcorn movie central
The beauty of this mainstream movie theater is that the points loss due to lack of edgy, obscure art-house fare is nullified by the fact that you can purchase alcoholic beverages inside and bring them to your seat.View More
A free movie series at Penn’s Landing in July and August
Every Thursday night in July and August, a different film will be screened outdoors on a big screen at Penn’s Landing. Bring a blanket or a lawn chair and enjoy a great summer treat!View More
Free, off-beat outdoor movie screenings in Northern Liberties
Friday nights through August 14View More
Every Friday night, The Awesome Fest will return with free outdoor movie screenings for all to enjoy.
Home of independent cinema in Rittenhouse Square
The new home of the Philadelphia Film Society (PFS), the The PFS Roxy Theater brings top independent cinema to Rittenhouse Square.View More