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Filmadelphia at the Roxy: APRIL SHOWCASE

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Filmadelphia at the Roxy: APRIL SHOWCASE

Date/Time
Date(s) - 04/15/2014
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Location
PFS Theater at the Roxy

Featuring PAST PRESENT FUTURE directed by Andrew Gitomer.

Tickets are free, but required.


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Filmadelphia at the Roxy is a monthly film series at the PFS Theater at the Roxy that provides
avenue for local filmmakers of all ages, levels and backgrounds to showcase their work and elicit
audience feedback. The Series serves as a vehicle to encourage and identify new talented
filmmakers from throughout the region. Admission is free of charge in an effort to cultivate
accessibility and community involvement. Following each series, join us for a Q&A at the theater
and post-screening happy hour at Cavanaugh’s Rittenhouse to continue the conversation and
celebrate the films.

The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation proudly supports Filmadelphia at the Roxy.

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CLICK HERE TO RESERVE TICKETS!

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THE FILM

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PAST PRESENT FUTURE
Directed by Andrew Gitomer / 2013 / 85 minutes

Rachel and Noah have been stuck on the friends-but-more-than-friends carousel since high school, at one time enjoying a really great relationship. After years apart, Rachel requests a hangout, convinced things are cool and that the two can move on from the awkward and sometimes heartbreaking scenes from their past. While they catch up and relive meaningful moments between them, Noah is haunted by the events that led to their current circumstances. As the imminent confrontation approaches, Rachel and Noah are forced to decide what form their new relationship will take.  A story no doubt close to home for many 20-somethings, PAST PRESENT FUTURE is a snapshot of the delicate and often gritty details of young love.

Writer/Director Andrew Gitomer is a Philadelphia native. The film was shot in the city and greater Philadelphia area.

 

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