20th Anniversary Screening of THE SIXTH SENSE
with M. Night Shyamalan
Tuesday, July 30 | 7:00 PM | Philadelphia Film Center
Receiving critical acclaim at its release in 1999, The Sixth Sense has become one of the world’s most famous and highest-grossing psychological thrillers of all time. Don’t miss the opportunity to see this incredible film on 35mm in the same theater that hosted its world premiere!
Followed by a conversation with Director M. Night Shyamalan and Film Society Executive Director J. Andrew Greenblatt to discuss the film’s historic success and what it meant for Philadelphia.
This very special Anniversary Screening and discussion will benefit the Philadelphia Film Society and the M. Night Shyamalan Foundation.
And the celebration won’t end on the 30th…
The Anniversary Screening will kick off a series of special events to commemorate the film’s 20th year. Coming up next will be a fun-filled trolley tour of the set locations from the film on August 20.
All proceeds benefit the Philadelphia Film Society and M. Night Shyamalan Foundation
$100 General Admission ($90 tax-deductible) includes:
> Anniversary screening & conversation including free soft drinks, beer, wine, and popcorn
> Performance by theremin led string group, The Divine Hand Ensemble
$250 Premiere Package ($230 tax-deductible) includes:
> Special pre-screening reception with M. Night Shyamalan at a.kitchen (135 S. 18th St.) beginning at 5:30 PM.
> Anniversary screening & conversation including free beer, wine, and popcorn
> Reserved seating in the theater
> 1 ticket voucher to the trolley tour of ‘The Sixth Sense Philadelphia’
About M. Night Shyamalan Foundation
The M. Night Shyamalan Foundation supports the grassroots efforts of emerging leaders as they work to eliminate the barriers created by poverty and social injustice in their communities
About the Venue and the Philadelphia Film Society
Steeped in a long history of film, 1412 Chestnut Street has been home to the World Premiere of several films, including Rocky II, Adam’s Rib, and The Sixth Sense. Newly named the Philadelphia Film Center, today it is home to the Film Society and the annual Philadelphia Film Festival.