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PFF 21 Staff Picks

Written by admin on . Posted in A Band Called Death, A Late Quartet, An Oversimplification of Her Beauty, Another Country, Caesar Must Die, Cloud Atlas, Everybody In Our Family, Holy Motors, I Declare War, My Worst Nightmare, PFF21, PFS, philadelphia film festival, Philadelphia Film Society, Poltergeist, Quartet, Signs, Silver Linings Playbook, Step Up To The Plate, Tags, The Shining, Wreck-It Ralph, Yossi

Last Friday, the whole line up for this year’s Philadelphia Film Festival went live. Hopefully in the week that it’s been available, you’ve noticed that there’s a great selection this year, but for you newbies (or even some of you veteran festival goers), it might be a little overwhelming when you’re trying to decide which films to see. So, for your benefit, I took the liberty of polling some of the Philadelphia Film Society office staff to see what movies they’re most excited to see on this year’s schedule.

I’ve included a few of my picks as well, but you’ll get a better idea of what I want to see in separate blog posts in the days leading up to the film festival.

Without further ado, here’s a few films that the PFS office thinks you should see! Although we suggest that you go to all of them ;)

Name: Ben Silverio
Title: Blogger
Picks: ‘I Declare War’ & ‘Wreck It Ralph’

Name: Katie Goetz
Title: Intern
Pick: ‘Silver Linings Playbook’

Name: Loren McFalls
Title: Office Manager
Picks: ‘Caesar Must Die’ & ‘Cloud Atlas’

Name: Mariah Weiler
Title: Marketing Coordinator
Picks: ‘Signs’ (10th Anniversary Screening) & ‘Step Up To The Plate’

Name: Jamie Hall
Title: Media Assistant
Picks: ‘Quartet’ & ‘A Late Quartet’

Name: Alex Gibson
Title: Volunteer Coordinator
Picks: ‘Poltergeist’, ‘Another Country’, & ‘My Worst Nightmare’

Name: Justin Nordell
Title: Manager of Membership, Education, & Community Outreach
Picks: ‘Everybody In Our Family’ & ‘Yossi’

Name: Scott Hudson
Title: Ticketing Manager
Picks: ‘The Shining’ & ‘An Oversimplification of Her Beauty’

Name: Jared Barach
Title: Developmnent Director
Picks: ‘Holy Motors’ & ‘A Band Called Death’

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