The Philadelphia Film Society (PFS) is excited to announce the full lineup of curated programming for August taking place at PFS venues; PFS Drive-In at the Navy Yard (Admiral Peary Way &, League Island Blvd), Philadelphia Film Center (1412 Chestnut Street), and PFS Bourse Theater (400 Ranstead Street, Intersection of Ranstead & S 4th). The lineup includes a 20th Anniversary screening of DONNIE DARKO, Stanley Kubrick’s SPARTACUS in 4K, and cult classic THE HOLY MOUNTAIN.
Tickets to individual screenings are currently available to purchase on Filmadelphia.org, prices range from $13 to as low as $5.
Full Curated Programming for September Lineup
Throwback Thursday Quizzo & Movie: Put your movie and pop culture knowledge to the test with this pairing of trivia and nostalgic films.
EASY A | September 2 | Philadelphia Film Center
EASY A – Encore! | September 9 | PFS Bourse Theater
If you missed PFS’s Throwback Thursday Quizzo & Movie at the Philadelphia Film Center, catch the encore screening at the Bourse. Enjoy a nostalgic favorite, plus on screen trivia. You’ll laugh; you’ll cry; and you may just win bragging rights if you know your pop culture trivia!
20th Anniversary Series at the Drive-In: In honor of the Philadelphia Film Society’s 20th Anniversary, PFS is celebrating films that debuted on the big screen in 2001, and have entertained audiences for two decades.Enjoy this exciting lineup at the PFS Drive-In at the Navy Yard.
DONNIE DARKO | September 7 | PFS Drive-In at the Navy Yard
Film Essentials at the Film Center: Cinema’s greatest treasures as they were meant to be seen: on the biggest screen in Center City.
SPARTACUS in 4K | September 15 | Philadelphia Film Center
After Hours at the Bourse: Bringing together the odd, eerie, thrilling, and downright weird, this is the home of cult classics.
THE HOLY MOUNTAIN | September 17 & 24 | PFS Bourse Theater
For more information about the titles please visit Filmadelphia.org/Film-Series.
As of September 1, in addition to masking, the Philadelphia Film Society will require proof of vaccination at its Philadelphia Film Center and PFS Bourse Theater locations. Children under the age of 12 are currently exempt from this requirement. Joining local arts and cultural organizations as well as across the U.S., the Philadelphia Film Society continues to put the health and safety of its patrons first. Moviegoers are encouraged to visit filmadelphia.org for more information about PFS’ COVID safety practices. The PFS Drive-In at the Navy Yard remains a socially distanced viewing experience and currently will not require proof of COVID vaccination.