Last week Philadelphia welcomed Academy Award winning actress Eva Marie Saint to the Prince Music Theater where she accompanied a special presentation of Alfred Hitchcock’s classic NORTH BY NORTHWEST.
PFS Members were among the first to see JEFF, WHO LIVES AT HOME. It played at the 2011 Philadelphia Film Festival, and was shown last night at a member Sneak Preview. So, what’d you think?
PFS Members were among the first to see Will Ferrell’s new spanish-language comedy ‘Casa de mi Padre’… So what did you think of the telenovela parody? Is it the funniest movie you’ll ever read?
Last night PFS offered its members a sneak preview of Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, an international story of love, war, faith and fishing. An Arab Sheik from the country of Yemen (Amr Waked) strongly desires to bring the sport of salmon fishing to the desert. Harriet Chetwode-Talbot (Emily Blunt) is the account executive of a British company which represents the business interests of the Shiek, and is given the task of finding a fishing expert/scientist, Dr. Fred Jones (Ewan McGregor) to head up the Sheik’s project.
We know you’re excited to see the Oscars this Sunday, February 26. Do you have an annual Academy Awards ritual? Share with us!
Cast your ballots for this year’s Best Actor and Best Actress categories before the Academy Awards air on February 26!
Will George Clooney win a second statue for ‘The Descendants,’ or will Jean Dujardin become a first time winner for his performance in ‘The Artist’?
The 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards took place last night and this year it was the 20th Philadelphia Film Festival that came out a big winner in terms of programming some of the most notable films of 2011.