PHILADELPHIA FILM CENTER
The Philadelphia Film Center (1412 Chestnut Street) is an exciting film venue in the heart of downtown Philadelphia. Home of the largest screen in Center City, the Film Center is owned and operated by the Philadelphia Film Society, a 501(c)(3) member-supported nonprofit arts organization. Formerly the Prince Theater, the venue moved exclusively to film programming at the start of 2019, becoming the premiere hub for film in Philadelphia. Located at Broad and Chestnut Streets on the Avenue of the Arts, the Philadelphia Film Center hosts film events in two state-of-the-art theaters.
Film on the Mainstage
Join us as we bring the most exciting and anticipated films of the year to the Mainstage, home to the largest screen in Center City.
The Mainstage offers a truly immersive movie-going experience with 7.1 surround sound and the largest conventional cinema screen in Center City for both digital and 35mm presentation.
Film in the Black Box
The Black Box been has upgraded to a state of the art digital presentation with 2K laser projection and 7.1 surround sound. Enjoy a first-run film or one of our special programs in casual cabaret-style seating.
Enjoy intimate and casual cabaret style seating with light refreshments and snacks while watching the latest blockbuster film or indie darling. Seating is not reserved, though our ushers will help you find a table that best accommodates your group.