Screen Shot 2018-08-30 at 8.31.30 AM.png

Philadelphia's independent voice
for film criticism.

This Week in Philly - Rafiki, A League of Their Own, Uptown Girls

This Week in Philly - Rafiki, A League of Their Own, Uptown Girls

Monday, May 13th

  • Psychotronic Film Society - Free screenings on the second and last Monday of every month. Be prepared for the wild and weird. 7:30 PM at PhilaMocA. Free!

  • Good Morning (dir. Yasujiro Ozu, 1959) - 4K Restoration!! 7:15 PM at Bryn Mawr Film Institute. Get tickets here.

Tuesday, May 14th

GPFO Presents An Evening With SAG-AFTRA - Experienced SAG-AFTRA authorities are on hand to advise filmmakers, actors, and other creatives on how to take advantage of their new low-budget and shorts contracts. 6:30 PM at Philadelphia Film Center (Black Box). Tickets.

Wednesday, May 15th


Thursday, May 16th

  • A League of Their Own (dir. Penny Marshall, 1992) 7:00 PM at Bryn Mawr FIlm Institute. Featuring an introduction by film critic/author Elizabeth Weitzman. After the screening, Weitzman will be signing copies of her new book Renegade Women in Film and TV. Get tickets here.

  • The Vampire Bat (dir. Frank Strayer, 1933) 7:00 PM at Lightbox Film Center

  • Retrograde: Dazed and Confused (dir. Richard Linklater, 1993) 7:30 PM at Ambler Theater

  • New Frontiers: The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (dir. Stephan Elliott, 1994) 7:30 PM at Princeton Garden Theatre

  • PUFF Presents: Hectic Zenith’s Horror TV Grab Bag 7:00 PM at South Street Cinema

  • International Cinema Series - Rafiki (dir. Wanuri Kahiu, 2018) 7:30 PM at County Theater

Friday, May 17th

Saturday, May 18th

  • The Rugrats Movie (dir. Igor Kovalyov, Norton Virgien, 1998) 10:30 AM at Ambler Theater

  • PUFF Presents Uptown Girls (dir. Boaz Yakin, 2003) 8:00 PM at South Street Cinema

Sunday, May 19th

Stop Standing There And Hit Me: Dragged Across Concrete and the Perils of Being a Pretty Bad Movie

Stop Standing There And Hit Me: Dragged Across Concrete and the Perils of Being a Pretty Bad Movie

Meeting Gorbachev shows a master still at work

Meeting Gorbachev shows a master still at work