Upcoming Events

Date/Time Event
Fri 6/26 - Thu 7/2
Playing All Day
Entourage
PFS Roxy Theater

Movie star Vincent Chase, together with his boys, Eric, Turtle, and Johnny, are back…. and back in business with super agent-turned-studio head Ari Gold. Some of their ambitions have changed, but the bond between them remains strong as they navigate the capricious and often cutthroat world of Hollywood.

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Fri 6/26 - Thu 7/2
Playing All Day
Fresh Dressed
PFS Roxy Theater

Fresh Dressed is a fascinating chronicle of hip-hop, urban fashion, and the hustle that brought oversized pants and graffiti-drenched jackets from Orchard Street to high fashion’s catwalks and Middle America shopping malls. Director Sacha Jenkins’ music-drenched history draws from a rich mix of archival materials and in-depth interviews with rappers, designers, and other industry insiders.

Premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.

FRESH DRESSED (2014)
Fri 6/26 - Thu 7/2
Playing All Day
Inside Out
Prince Theater

Based in Headquarters, the control center inside 11-year-old Riley’s mind, five Emotions are hard at work, led by lighthearted optimist Joy, whose mission is to make sure Riley stays happy. But when Joy and Sadness are inadvertently swept into the far reaches of Riley’s mind—taking some of her core memories with them—Fear, Anger and Disgust are left reluctantly in charge.

Premiered at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. Playing at the Prince Theater in 2D and 3D!

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Fri 6/26 - Thu 7/2
Playing All Day
Max
PFS Roxy Theater

A precision-trained military dog, Max serves on the frontlines in Afghanistan alongside his handler, U.S. Marine Kyle Wincott. But when things go terribly wrong on maneuvers, Kyle is mortally wounded and Max, traumatized by the loss of his best friend, is unable to remain in service.

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Mon 6/29 - Thu 7/2
2:00 pm
Summer On Screen - M. HULOT'S HOLIDAY
PFS Roxy Theater

In French-auteur Jacques Tati’s playful summer seaside tale, a good-natured tourist inadvertently triggers a series of misunderstandings that lead to total havoc at quaint resort. Packed to the brim with meticulous art direction and hilarious gags, this little French charmer is prime for rediscovery. Presented in 35mm.

Jacques Tati in M. HULOT'S HOLIDAY
Tue 6/30
12:00 pm
Conversations with Ruth Perlmutter - M. HULOT'S HOLIDAY
PFS Roxy Theater

In French-auteur Jacques Tati’s playful summer seaside tale, a good-natured tourist inadvertently triggers a series of misunderstandings that lead to total havoc at quaint resort. Packed to the brim with meticulous art direction and hilarious gags, this little French charmer is prime for rediscovery. Presented in 35mm.

Jacques Tati in M. HULOT'S HOLIDAY
Tue 6/30
7:30 pm
Passport to World Cinema - HAEMOO
PFS Roxy Theater

First time director Sung-bo Shim and producer Bong Joon-ho tell the incredibly gripping true story of a fishing boat crew that unwittingly finds themselves the subject of violence when they are forced to smuggle illegal immigrants from China to Korea.

Followed by a post-screening discussion with Dr. Joseph Biermann (Rowan University).

Haemoo
Wed 7/1
7:30 pm
BYO: You Can't Sit with Us - BRING IT ON
PFS Roxy Theater

After Torrance (Kirsten Dunst) is elected cheer captain for the six-time National Champion, the Toros (or Rancho Carne Toros), she learns the squad has been ripping off routines for years from the East Compton Clovers. Led by Isis (Gabrielle Union), the Clovers’ bring a vicious rivalry that leads the teams to a cutthroat national championship.

Bring It On
Thu 7/2
7:30 pm
New French Films - PARTY GIRL
PFS Roxy Theater

Winner of the Best First Feature at last year’s Cannes Film Festival, this honest and lively French drama tells the story of a witty, elderly nightclub hostess whose newly found love for retired life forces her to wrestle her lifelong instincts and reinvent herself as a married woman.

Party Girl
Mon 7/6 - Thu 7/9
2:00 pm
Cornerstones of French Cinema - THE UMBRELLAS OF CHERBOURG
PFS Roxy Theater

In Jacques Demy’s lovely and timeless musical, a young, pregnant boutique worker is forced to marry an older man when she is separated from her one true love (and the father of her baby) by the Algerian War. Populated in beautiful Technicolor, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg is simply unforgettable.

Umbrellas of Cherbourg, The
Mon 7/6
7:30 pm
Directors to Watch: James Ponsoldt - OFF THE BLACK
PFS Roxy Theater

Nick Nolte shines as Ray Cook, an aging alcoholic high school baseball umpire who comes face to face with Dave Tibble, a player that believes that Ray cost him the game of the season. Unexpectedly, the two begin to form a bond, one that culminates in Ray convincing Dave to pose as his son for a high school reunion.

Off the Black
Tue 7/7
12:00 pm
Conversations with Ruth Perlmutter - THE UMBRELLAS OF CHERBOURG
PFS Roxy Theater

In Jacques Demy’s lovely and timeless musical, a young, pregnant boutique worker is forced to marry an older man when she is separated from her one true love (and the father of her baby) by the Algerian War. Populated in beautiful Technicolor, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg is simply unforgettable.

Umbrellas of Cherbourg, The
Tue 7/7
7:30 pm
Film Lab - DONNIE DARKO
PFS Roxy Theater

In his mind-bending cult classic, director Richard Kelly showcases his unique cinematic voice and examines themes of parallel realities in this often comedic mystery centered around a troubled teen who is pressured into committing a series of bizarre crimes after he begins to have visions that he can’t explain. Presented in 35mm.

Donnie Darko
Wed 7/8
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Specticast Opera Series - PETER GRIMES
PFS Roxy Theater

The bleak, enclosed world of a fishing village provides the backdrop for the story of fisherman Peter Grimes and his uneasy relationship with the other inhabitants. The most significant British opera in over two centuries, Britten’s Peter Grimes is a work of visceral and sustained beauty, and is notable for the orchestral interludes that depict the sea in different moods.

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Thu 7/9
7:30 pm
New French Films - REALITY
PFS Roxy Theater

Quentin Dupieux, the genius behind recent absurdist comedies Rubber and Wrong, returns with a smart, self-reflexive film about an aspiring director who is to be given money for his first feature film, provided he can uncover a groan of pain worthy of an Oscar in the next 48 hours.

Reality
Fri 7/10 - Sat 7/11
11:59 pm
Graveyard Shift - ARACHNOPHOBIA
PFS Roxy Theater

Starring Jeff Daniels and John Goodman, this horror-comedy sees a relocated city doctor, his family, and their new town confronted by a growing gang of bloodthirsty Venezuelan spiders. Giving us the creeps for 25 years, we’re bringing this panic-inducing, super fun creature film back to the big screen. Presented in 35mm.

Arachnophobia
Sat 7/11
11:00 am
Saturday Morning Specials - E.T. The Extra-terrestrial
PFS Roxy Theater

Accidentally left on earth during his ship’s hasty departure, a small alien finds himself afraid, alone, and three million light years from home. Discovered by 10-year-old Elliot, the little visitor and his new friend attempt to find their place in the world (and universe!) in Spielberg’s timeless family classic.

ET the Extra-terrestrial
Sun 7/12
11:00 am
Sensory Friendly Sundays - E.T. The Extra-terrestrial
PFS Roxy Theater

Accidentally left on earth during his ship’s hasty departure, a small alien finds himself afraid, alone, and three million light years from home. Discovered by 10-year-old Elliot, the little visitor and his new friend attempt to find their place in the world (and universe!) in Spielberg’s timeless family classic.

ET the Extra-terrestrial
Sun 7/12
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Movies on the Block - BROWNSTONES TO RED DIRT

Sixth graders from housing projects in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn and war orphans from Freetown, Sierra Leone become pen pals and learn that despite living worlds away, they may not be so different after all.

Join us in celebrating the power of film and the Newbold community at this FREE screening and event in partnership with The Aquinas Center, Newbold Neighbors Association, and Neighbors Investing In Childs Elementary. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own seats and snacks.

Brownstones to Red Dirt
Mon 7/13 - Sat 7/18
2:00 pm
Cornerstones of French Cinema - BREATHLESS
PFS Roxy Theater

Defining French New Wave cinema with its lyrical, light form, Godard’s first feature film revolves around Michel, a petty thief who, on the run after stealing a car and shooting a police officer, hides out in his American girlfriend Patricia’s Paris apartment until she learns of the crime. Presented in 35mm.

Breathless
Mon 7/13
7:30 pm
Directors to Watch: James Ponsoldt - SMASHED
PFS Roxy Theater

Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Aaron Paul bring to life this powerful story of a marriage, built on a mutual love of alcohol, that is torn apart when the wife decides to get sober. Filled with authenticity and humanity, this honest portrayal of sobriety is a critically acclaimed leap forward for Ponsoldt. Presented in 35mm.

Smashed
Tue 7/14
12:00 pm
Conversations with Ruth Perlmutter - BREATHLESS
PFS Roxy Theater

Defining French New Wave cinema with its lyrical, light form, Godard’s first feature film revolves around Michel, a petty thief who, on the run after stealing a car and shooting a police officer, hides out in his American girlfriend Patricia’s Paris apartment until she learns of the crime. Presented in 35mm.

Breathless
Tue 7/14
7:30 pm
In Focus: Docs By Women - (Dis)honesty: The Truth About Lies
PFS Roxy Theater

Anchored by a series of interviews, experiments and lectures with Duke University professor Dan Ariely, this intriguing documentary digs deep into the human instincts behind lying. Variety calls director Yael Melamede’s debut an “entertaining mix of anecdotal evidence, academic research and current affairs.“

Followed by a Q&A with director Yael Melamede.

(Dis)honesty Project, The
Wed 7/15
7:30 pm
BYO: You Can't Sit with Us - CLUELESS
PFS Roxy Theater

Cher (Alicia Silverstone) is a popular Beverly Hills teenager who navigates life, love, and the mall with her bestie Dionne and fixer-upper Tai (Brittany Murphy). Celebrating 20 years, Clueless is the film that taught us searching for a boy in high school is as useless as searching for meaning in a Pauly Shore movie!

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Thu 7/16
7:30 pm
New French Films - GRAND CENTRAL
PFS Roxy Theater

An unskilled nuclear plant worker, facing the horrors of everyday contamination, begins a steamy affair with his bosses’ fiancée in this sexy, sweeping love story set in the picturesque lower valley of Rhone and starring Léa Seydoux (Blue is the Warmest Color) and Tahar Rahim (A Prophet).

Grand Central
Mon 7/20 - Thu 7/23
2:00 pm
Cornerstones of French Cinema - HIROSHIMA MON AMOUR
PFS Roxy Theater

Set in Hiroshima after WWII, Renais’ distinguished contribution to launching the movement presents a conversation told largely through narration and flashbacks between She, a French actress and He, a Japanese architect, who weave their musings over loves and other life experiences together with meditations on the atomic bomb.

Hiroshima Mon Amour
Mon 7/20
7:30 pm
Directors to Watch: James Ponsoldt - THE SPECTACULAR NOW
PFS Roxy Theater

In the most fun and accomplished installment in his unofficial alcoholism trilogy, Ponsoldt examines young love through a popular boy with a penchant for partying and the shy girl who wins his affections. Like a liquor-fueled John Hughes film, The Spectacular Now is a relatable shot to the heart.

Spectacular Now, The
Tue 7/21
12:00 pm
Conversations with Ruth Perlmutter - HIROSHIMA MON AMOUR
PFS Roxy Theater

Set in Hiroshima after WWII, Renais’ distinguished contribution to launching the movement presents a conversation told largely through narration and flashbacks between She, a French actress and He, a Japanese architect, who weave their musings over loves and other life experiences together with meditations on the atomic bomb.

Hiroshima Mon Amour
Tue 7/21
7:30 pm
Filmadelphia at the Roxy - THE MAGIC BRACELET
PFS Roxy Theater

Diablo Cody, James Van Der Beek and others came together to grant 15-year-old Cheltenham resident Rina Goldberg’s last wish: to create her own film. When Ashley inherits a totem bracelet, she embarks on a journey of discovery and healing. Preceded by Love Life, Dream Big, Be Positive, the behind-the-scenes documentary.

Tickets are free, but required.

Magic Bracelet, The
Wed 7/22
7:30 pm
Directors to Watch: James Ponsoldt - THE END OF THE TOUR
Prince Theater

A magazine reporter gets more than he bargained for when he tackles the task of doing an extensive piece on the infamously private writer David Foster Wallace. Jesse Eisenberg and Jason Segel (in what is sure to become a career defining performance) star in this unusually blunt story of friendship and artistry.

End of the Tour, The
Thu 7/23
7:30 pm
New French Films - MAY ALLAH BLESS FRANCE!
PFS Roxy Theater

Celebrated French rapper, writer, spoken word poet, and philosopher Abd Al Malik makes his directorial debut with this moving and unique adaptation of his own autobiography. In the suburbs of Paris, a teenage Malik turns to school, music, and Islam to steer himself off of an expected path of drug deals and violence.

May Allah Bless France
Fri 7/24 - Sat 7/25
11:59 pm
Graveyard Shift - INSIDE
PFS Roxy Theater

An essential in the pregnancy horror canon, alongside films like Rosemary’s Baby, this wildly popular, edge-of-your-seat gore-fest from directors Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury sees a mother-to-be fending off a dangerous home invader with terrifying intentions.

Inside
Sat 7/25
11:00 am
Saturday Morning Specials - Hocus Pocus Alfie Atkins
PFS Roxy Theater

Called a “must-see” by Time Out NY during the 2015 New York International Children’s Film Festival, this adorable story for the youngest crowd features 7-year-old Alfie (and his imaginary friend) who, despite worries from his dad, enlist the help of a magician to make the boy’s dream of owning his very own dog come true.

Hocus Pocus Alfie Atkins
Sun 7/26
11:00 am
Sensory Friendly Sundays - Hocus Pocus Alfie Atkins
PFS Roxy Theater

Called a “must-see” by Time Out NY during the 2015 New York International Children’s Film Festival, this adorable story for the youngest crowd features 7-year-old Alfie (and his imaginary friend) who, despite worries from his dad, enlist the help of a magician to make the boy’s dream of owning his very own dog come true.

Hocus Pocus Alfie Atkins
Mon 7/27 - Sat 8/1
2:00 pm
Cornerstones of French Cinema - JULES AND JIM
PFS Roxy Theater

Friends Jules, a shy German, and Jim, a carefree Frenchman, both fall for Catherine, a young, mercurial woman who brings to life the mesmerizing smile of a statue they encountered on a visit to a Greek island. The three form a complicated love triangle, convoluted further by the first World War.

Jules and Jim
Tue 7/28
7:30 pm
Passport to World Cinema - SAMBA
PFS Roxy Theater

The directors of The Intouchables return with this tear-jerking story of a good-hearted Senegalese immigrant trying to make ends meet and his unusual relationship with the officer assigned to helping him out of an unwarranted detention sentence.

Followed by a post-screening discussion with Dr. Gregory Wolmart (Drexel University).

Samba
Wed 7/29
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Movies on the Block - BITE SIZE

In this inspiring story, four motivated kids from around the country learn, as they embark on a journey to become healthier and lose weight, that sometimes the key to reaching your goals is taking the first step.

Join us in celebrating the power of film and the Belmont, West Philadelphia community at this FREE screening and event in partnership with Peoples Emergency Center, uGO, and Belmont Charter School. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own seats and snacks.

Bite Size
Wed 7/29
7:30 pm
BYO: You Can't Sit with Us - THE CRAFT
PFS Roxy Theater

In this mid-90s occult classic, Sarah (Robin Tunney) starts at St. Benedict’s Academy, a Catholic prep school in LA, and joins a group of three outcasts rumored to be witches. Together as a coven, the angsty teens go mad with power as they curse and cast spells on anyone who crosses them, until they turn on each other. Presented in 35mm.

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Thu 7/30
7:30 pm
An Evening with Bill Plympton - CHEATIN'
PFS Roxy Theater

Legendary cartoonist Bill Plympton comes to Philly for one night only with his latest psychedelic feature, Cheatin’. Nominated for three Annie Awards, the latest “Plymptoon” is an absurdist love story (or something like it) of a wife who, upon discovering her husband’s infidelity, enlists a magician to help her temporarily become her cheating husband’s mistresses.

Cheatin'
Wed 8/12
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Specticast Opera Series - CARMEN
PFS Roxy Theater

A passionate tale of lust, seduction and betrayal, no other opera boasts as popular a following as Bizet’s Carmen. Set during the dying days of Franco’s Spain, Calixto Bieito’s acclaimed production of this must-see opera has been enjoyed by audiences across Europe.

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Sat 8/22
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Movies on the Block - THE BOY AND THE WORLD

Cuca, a young boy, lives a life of quiet wonder in his small village and surrounding countryside. When his father leaves for the city, Cuca embarks on a journey to reunite his family in this remarkable, vivid, and musically driven story.

Join us in celebrating the power of film and the Kingsessing, Southwest Philadelphia community at this FREE outdoor screening and event in partnership with Citylights Network, Kingsessing 5th District Neighbors Coalition, the Free Library of Philadelphia (Kingsessing Branch), and Kingsessing Research Center! Attendees are encouraged to bring seats and snacks. Rain or shine.

Boy and the World
Thu 9/3
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Movies on the Block - GIRLHOOD

In this raw and tender coming-of-age drama, shy teen Marieme falls in with a small crew of girls after low grades prevent her from continuing her studies. Faced with peer pressure, she finds herself navigating dangerous waters, but it isn’t long before she discovers how to assert her voice with a new sense of power.

Join us in celebrating the power of film and the Kensington, North Philadelphia community at this FREE screening and event in partnership with Fishtown Neighbors Association, Kensington High School for the Creative and Performing Arts, the Philadelphia Education Fund, and New Kensington Community Development Corporation. Attendees are encouraged to bring seats and snacks. Rain or shine.

GIRLHOOD

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