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This Week in Philly: Vertigo, Doylestown Pride Festival, Nitrate Kisses, and Tongues Untied

This Week in Philly: Vertigo, Doylestown Pride Festival, Nitrate Kisses, and Tongues Untied

Every Week, Philly has tons of film events to offer! We’re featuring as many as we can each Monday! Got an upcoming film event in the Philadelphia area? Submit it here to be featured!

Monday June 17th

The Barefoot Contessa (dir. Joseph L. Mankiewicz, 1954) 7:15PM at Bryn Mawr Film Institute. Get tickets here.

Tuesday June 18th

  • Hitch-Hiker (dir. Ida Lupino, 1953) 7:15PM at Bryn Mawr Film Institute. Get tickets here.

  • Vertigo (dir. Alfred Hitchcock, 1958) 7:30PM at The Ritz Five. Get tickets here.

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Wednesday June 19th

  • White Heat (dir. Raoul Walsh, 1949) 7:30PM at County Theater as part of their Hollywood Summer Nights program. Get tickets here.

  • Treasure of the Sierra Madre (dir. John Huston, 1948) 7:30PM at Princeton Garden Theater as part of their Hollywood Summer Nights program. Get tickets here.

Thursday June 20th

  • Wild Nights With Emily  (dir. Madeleine Olnek, 2019) 7:30PM at The County Theater. Shown as part of Doylestown Pride Festival. Get tickets here.

  • The Right Stuff  (dir. Philip Kaufman, 1983) 7:00PM at Princeton Garden Theater as part of their Hollywood Summer Nights program. Get tickets here.

  • Tongues Untied (dir. Marlon Riggs, 1989) 7:00PM at the Lightbox Film Center. Get tickets here.

Friday June 21st

  • Nitrate Kisses (dir. Barbara Hammer, 1992) 7:00PM at the Lightbox Film Center. Get tickets here.

  • Gay Chorus Deep South (dir. David Charles Rodrigues, 2019) 7:30PM at the Colonial Theatre. Also showing Saturday 6/22 at 1:30PM. Get tickets here.

Saturday June 22nd

To the Stars  (dir. Martha Stephens, 2019) 1:00PM at The County Theater. Shown as part of Doylestown Pride Festival. Get tickets here.

Sunday June 23rd

Stonewall Uprising  (dir. Kate Davis, David Heilbroner, 2010) 1:00PM at The County Theater. Shown as part of Doylestown Pride Festival. Get tickets here.



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