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This Week in Philly: Mikey and Nicky, Miles Davis, Oklahoma!, Kiarostami, and more

This Week in Philly: Mikey and Nicky, Miles Davis, Oklahoma!, Kiarostami, and more

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!

Wednesday September 4th

  • Cabaret (dir. Bob Fosse, 1972) 7:30PM at the Ambler Theater. Tickets.

  • Gilda (dir. Charles Vidor, 1946) 7:30PM at the County Theater. Tickets.

  • Mikey and Nicky (dir. Elaine May, 1976) 7:30pm Princeton Garden Theater. Tickets.

  • Give Me Liberty (dir. Kirill Mikhanovsky, 2019) 7PM at Lightbox Film Center, shown as part of GPJFF Out of the Box. Tickets.

  • Miles Davis: The Birth of Cool (dir. Stanley Nelson) 7PM at the Philadelphia Film Center. Tickets.

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Thursday September 5th

  • Mikey and Nicky (dir. Elaine May, 1976) 7:30pm Ambler Theater. Tickets.

  • Oklahoma! (dir. Fred Zinnemann, 1955) 7:30pm County Theatre. Tickets.

  • Rebel Without a Cause (dir. Nicholas Ray, 1955) 7:30PM Princeton Garden Theater. Tickets.

  • The Breakfast Club (dir. John Hughes, 1985) 7:30PM at the Roxy Theater. Quizzo and movie Tickets.

Friday September 6th

  • The Traveler (dir. Abbas Kiarostami, 1972) 7PM at the Lightbox. Tickets. Proceeded by a Deep Dive discussion at 6PM. RSVP here.

Friday September 6th and Saturday September 7th

  • Horror Prom at the Mahoning Drive-In Theater. Carrie (dir. Brian de Palma, 1976) and a secret second feature! Details here.

Saturday September 7th

  • The Experience / Suit for a Wedding (dir. Abbas Kiarostami, 1973/1976) Double Feature. 5PM at the Lightbox. Tickets.

  • Where is the Friend’s Home? (dir. Abbas Kiarostami, 1987) 8PM at the Lightbox. Tickets.

Sunday September 8th

  • Mildred Pierce (dir. Michael Curtiz, 1945) 1:30PM at the Colonial Theater. Tickets.

Split Decision: Puppet Takeover

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This is Not Berlin captures universal teenage boydom in a specific setting

This is Not Berlin captures universal teenage boydom in a specific setting