Bryn Mawr Film Institue’s film courses might be the best kept secret for film fans in the Philadelphia area. I’ve done a few over the years, and they keep expanding and diversifying their offerings. From world cinema to genre films, it is a great way to dive deep on an individual film or a series, and often features the opportunity to see a classic film on the big screen.
They just unveiled their schedule for the summer, which includes a course on Women Filmmakers, Sidney Lumet, classic thriller The Innocents, a few of Hitchcock’s more divisive films, Wait Until Dark, Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Alien, Aliens, and the first two Godfather films. Two of the seminars are led by Cinedelphia contributor Gary M. Kramer.
Author: Ryan Silberstein
Ryan spends his days at a company named one of the best to work for in the Philadelphia area, and his nights
as a mysterious caped vigilante saving his city from the disease that is crime watching movies. He lives on a diet consisting of film, comic books, experimental beer, black coffee, and those big metal historical markers around town. Follow him on Twitter and Letterboxd.