J. Andrew Greenblatt
A Philadelphia native, Andrew has served as Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Philadelphia Film Society since 2008. Prior to joining the Film Society, he worked in the entertainment industry as an entertainment attorney, as president of business and legal affairs for an independent ﬁlm production company, as well as an independent feature ﬁlm producer.
Andrew’s credits as Producer include one short ﬁlm, A Funny Thing Happened At The Quick Mart, four feature-length documentaries, including The Outdoorsmen: Blood, Sweat and Beers, Sleepwalking Through The Mekong, The Boy Who Loved Hearses, and Last Cup: The Road to the World Series of Beer Pong, and four narrative features, including: Explicit Ills, Twelve, Café, and Everything Must Go.
Michael is a veteran programmer of ﬁlm festivals, currently curating for Fantastic Fest. He is also an Acquisitions Consultant for The Film Sales Company, a New York City based ﬁlm sales agency, as well as a frequent contributor to several acclaimed independent ﬁlm publications including indieWIRE, Spout and Hammer to Nail. Coming from a diverse ﬁlm industry background, he has worn many hats including one as the co- director/co-producer/co-writer of the 2008 SXSW premiere Natural Causes and the co-founder of the production company Tiger Industry Films. A native of Philadelphia, He has worked for the Film Society for several years, serving as an Associate Programmer for the Philadelphia Film Festival in 2007 and 2008, and as Director of Programming for the Film Society in 2009.
Rebecca is an alumni of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, The Theatre School at DePaul University Chicago, and Lincoln College in Lincoln Illinois. Rebecca has been in the Development field for a number of years serving education, government, and arts organizations. Rebecca attended the Center of Philanthropy at Indiana-Perdue University for her professional training. Married for 19 years and mother of 3, Rebecca looks forward to the next chapter for PFS and its recent acquisition of the Prince Theater.
Born and raised in New Jersey, Allison relocated to Philadelphia from Brooklyn in the summer of 2013. She graduated magna cum laude as the Communication Department Student of the Year from the University of Tampa (2008) with a BA in Communication, Film & Media Arts.
After five years with the Sarasota Film Festival (Sarasota, FL) as their Education & Outreach Director and youthFEST Programmer, Allison currently runs the Education and Programs Department, operational year-round through the annual Philadelphia Film Festival and the PFS Roxy Theater. With goals to inspire, educate, and entertain while promoting critical thinking skills through visual and media literacy, Allison is developing accessible education and community programming for PFS intended for a diverse cross-section of greater Philadelphia area residents, families and students of all ages. Allison’s additional experience as a Senior Account Executive with Auster Agency and freelance work in digital media, writing, and event production has provided her with a varied skill set to share with the film society.
Scott is a Philadelphia native and graduate of Widener University’s School of Hospitality Management. Scott oversees all marketing, special events, public relations, and branding for PFS, our Roxy and Prince Theaters and the annual Philadelphia Film Festival.
Prior to joining PFS, Scott’s breadth of expertise in building strategic, integrated marketing and communications programs has had a proven track record of garnering increased visibility and delivering superior client service for esteemed companies such as STARR Restaurants in Philadelphia and New York, KPMG LLP and Cashman & Associates.
Scott lends his talents to various nonprofits throughout Philadelphia as a way of giving back to the community. The Attic Youth Center, Brian Sanders’ JUNK, FringeArts, and the William Way LGBT Community Center are just a few of the organizations Scott is proud to be associated with. In his free time, Scott enjoys pop culture, traveling, city living, and spending time with his two godsons.
Alyssa Kaminski started at the Film Society as a Festival Intern in 2012. Before becoming PFS’s Development Officer, she responsible for building and representing the Membership Base of the PFS. She graduated from the University of Delaware in December 2011 with a Degree in Fine Arts Photography and Video. Alyssa has been a part of the Philadelphia arts community since 2011, when she worked at the Northern Liberties Crane Arts Building. Prior to working for PFS, she was involved with the monthly curation of short videos for Wilmington’s First Friday Art Loop. Alyssa is known around the office as a Bacon Connoisseur, Avocado Aficionado, and resident Cat Mom.
Alex has been a part of the Philadelphia Film Society since 2011. She started as an intern and returned as Volunteer Coordinator for the 21st Philadelphia Film Festival. She graduated from Temple University’s School of Communications and Theater in May 2012 and moved back to Philadelphia to return to PFS as Office Manager. Alex has previously worked on independent films and produced a video for the Greater Philadelphia Film Office.
Trey began his time with the Philadelphia Film Society during the 22nd Film Festival as a volunteer venue manager, aka he had some free time and the pickings were slim. Entering 2015 he has been brought on as the Membership Coordinator. He is excited to engage with the growing membership community. After a brief stint at Drexel University for Music Industry, Trey graduated from Temple University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism, with a focus in magazine production. His love of the written word and music predictably led him into the world of film. Besides analyzing every facet on the silver screen, Trey enjoys travelling the country, hanging with his two dogs and eating/drinking at all the gin and whiskey joints in the city.