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This Week in Philly: Silver Linings Playbook, Kiarostami,  Roger Rabbit, and more!

This Week in Philly: Silver Linings Playbook, Kiarostami, Roger Rabbit, 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!

Monday September 9th

  • Mildred Pierce (dir. Michael Curtiz, 1945) 7:30PM at the Colonial Theater. Tickets.

Wednesday September 11th

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

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

  • Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (dir. Mike Nichols, 1966) 7:30PM at the Princeton Garden Theater. Tickets.

Thursday September 12th

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

  • Philly Film Showcase - Local filmmakers showing off their stuff! 7:30 PM at the PFSRoxy. Details here.

  • Life and Nothing More (dir. Abbas Kiarostami, 1992) 7PM at the Lightbox. Tickets.

  • Secret Cinema: Archive Discoveries, Unseen Curiosities, 8PM at the Rotunda. Facebook event page here.

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Friday September 13th

  • Through the Olive Trees (dir. Abbas Kiarostami, 1994) 7PM at the Lightbox. Tickets.

  • Silver Linings Playbook (dir. David O. Russell, 2012) 7:30 at the Michael Nutter theater at the Philly Convention Center. Part of the Film Society’s new PhillyMade series. Details and tickets here.

Friday September 13th and Saturday September 14th

  • Teens Gone Wild at the Mahoning Drive-In Theater. Two different triple features each night! Details here.

Saturday September 14th

  • Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (dir. Robert Zemeckis, 1988) 2PM at the Lightbox. Free Event. Please RSVP here.

  • Taste of Cherry (dir. Abbas Kiarostami, 1997) 7PM at the Lightbox. Tickets.

Sunday September 15th

  • Meet Me in St.Louis (dir. Michael Curtiz, 1945) 1:30PM at the Colonial Theater. Tickets.

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