Happy Mother’s Day! In order of film release date, we present to you iconic movie mothers with a bad rap whose motives deserve a revisit.
In honor of Eras Tour finally arriving in Philly, we’ve made a comprehensive list of all of Taylor Swift’s film roles from best to worst (or most memorable, to most chaotic, to shortest) for you to watch this weekend!
We excited to announce the full lineup of curated programming for April through May taking place at the Philadelphia Film Center and PFS Bourse!
The future is just like you imagined…with a screening of SOUTHLAND TALES: CANNES CUT and DONNIE DARKO…followed by a Q&A with visionary filmmaker Richard Kelly and a special live performance before SOUTHLAND TALES by Rebekah Del Rio (MULHOLLAND DRIVE) this April at the Film Center!
The Philadelphia Film Society brought 27 Academy Award-nominated films to Philadelphia, with a total of 76 nominations between them. Check out the full list!
The Philadelphia Film Society staff share their favorite films from 2022, and their most anticipated 2023 release!
We all like to believe we are individualists when it comes to our film selections and there is only so many times we can recommend watching HOME ALONE, IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE, and ELF…so this holiday season the PFS staff is sharing our favorite nontraditional holiday watches!
We are excited to announce the full lineup of curated programming for January through March taking place at the Philadelphia Film Center (1412 Chestnut Street) and PFS Bourse (400 Ranstead Street, Intersection of Ranstead & S 4t). The lineup includes the limited series New Films, New You, make a New Year’s resolution to watch (more) new films with PFS by watching this spectacular selection straight off the festival circuit and starting the New Year right, a Throwback Quizzo & Movie screening of SOUTHLAND TALES on 35MM, family-friendly screening of SHREK with pre-screening activities, and cult classic RINGU.
Get into the charitable spirit of the season with PFS at these donation drives happening at all PFS venues.
The Philadelphia Film Society is proud to announce the award winners for the 31st Philadelphia Film Festival, including the coveted Audience Award for TILL, directed by Temple Alumni Chinonye Chukwu.