Philadelphia Film Center
PHILADELPHIA FILM CENTER
In October 2018, the Philadelphia Film Society (PFS) transitioned the Prince Theater from a multi-use performing arts facility into the premiere hub for film in Philadelphia. Debuting at the 27th Philadelphia Film Festival, the Philadelphia Film Center moved exclusively to film programming at the start of 2019, with regular first-run and independent films screening daily alongside an increased curated program.
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.
Albert M. Greenfield Education and Community Screening Room
Albert M. Greenfield Education and Community Screening Room (formerly the Black Box) has been fully renovated. The second floor theater located in the Philadelphia Film Center is the home of 2K laser projection, 7.1 surround sound, brand new retractable stadium seating, new wood flooring, and an updated entry and concession areas. The Greenfield Screening Room offers moviegoers an intimate screening experience to enjoy these upcoming films.