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February 21, 2013

Roundup: Where To Watch The Oscars This Sunday, February 24

Roundup: Where To Watch The Oscars This Sunday, February 24

The 85th Annual Academy Awards hit this Sunday, February 24, and this year’s Oscars promise to be especially exciting for all of the Philadelphians eager to cheer on our favorite hometown film. The film Silver Linings Playbook, starring Philadelphia native Bradley Cooper, has been a smash hit. It’s earned almost $100 million at the box […]

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March 1, 2012

Bryn Mawr Film Institute To Celebrate Iconic Filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein With 35mm Screenings Of Battleship Potemkin And Ivan The Terrible

  Russian filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein’s Battleship Potemkin is considered one the greatest films of all time, but you rarely get to see it on the big screen outside of a college film class. So it will be quite a treat to be able to view this cinematic classic in a movie theater, when the Bryn […]

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February 24, 2012

Roundup: Where To Watch The Oscars In Philadelphia This Sunday

Roundup: Where To Watch The Oscars In Philadelphia This Sunday

The 84th Annual Academy Awards are this Sunday, February 26. Like the Super Bowl, Phillies playoff games, Grammies and other big-ticket TV programs, it’s so much more fun to watch with a group, ideally well-supplied with delicious food and drink. In that spirit, we’re sharing a few spots in Philadelphia hosting Oscars festivities this weekend, […]

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June 24, 2011

Bryn Mawr Film Institute Presents Six Summer Film Series, Beginning Tuesday, June 28 With A Charlie Chaplin-Themed Trio

Bryn Mawr Film Institute Presents Six Summer Film Series, Beginning Tuesday, June 28 With A Charlie Chaplin-Themed Trio

Bryn Mawr Film Institute is a perfect example of Philadelphia’s commitment to the arts and community. Experience the love this summer with a variety of film series that celebrate iconic films and actors, encourage community participation, revive old classics and celebrate the universal seasonal pastime: summer love. Check out the rundown: • The Great Charlie […]

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March 13, 2009

The Debt Thrills at Philly’s Israeli Film Fest

Post by Debra Ferst The economy has tanked and everyone is talking about debt”¦ But this isn’t that kind of debt. Rachel, a retired Mossad (Israeli Secret Service) agent, is a national hero for allegedly killing the terrifying Nazi surgeon of concentration camp Birkenau. But when a man in an old age home in Ukraine […]

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