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Philly Film Fest Line-Up Announced

Philly Film Fest Line-Up Announced

The films for the 24th Philadelphia Film Fest were announced on Friday, and it doesn’t look like this year’s lineup will disappoint. The 11-day festival is set to kickoff on October 22nd with the opening night [...]

Filmmaker Lance Bangs Visits PhilaMOCA

Filmmaker Lance Bangs Visits PhilaMOCA

PhilaMOCA has announced a weekend-long visit from acclaimed filmmaker Lance Bangs who will present the Philadelphia Premiere of Breadcrumb Trail, a documentary on legendary post-hardcore band Slint, as well as a feature-length program of short music-related [...]

7 Thoughts on the Oscar Nominations

7 Thoughts on the Oscar Nominations

Where there are Oscar nominations there are Oscar snubs. It is a fact of life and it’s also what kind of keeps them interesting. The nominations for the 86th Oscars went out today and there were snubs [...]

PhilaMOCA Halloween Double Feature: <i>Black Devil Doll From Hell</i> & <i>Tales From the Quadead Zone</i>

PhilaMOCA Halloween Double Feature: Black Devil Doll From Hell & Tales From the Quadead Zone

It’s still probably early enough that you haven’t made plans for Halloween yet, so let Cinedelphia offer a sinister suggestion. On October 31st, 2013, Halloween night, PhilaMOCA will be presenting a mind-blowing double feature when they [...]

Women in Prison at Eastern State Penitentiary

Women in Prison at Eastern State Penitentiary

Have you ever wanted to spend a night in prison? Okay, probably not. But what if you were locked up with Pam Grier? The Secret Cinema is offering Philadelphia fans of prison films a chance to [...]

Deadly Prey & Deadliest Prey Double Feature at PhilaMOCA

Deadly Prey & Deadliest Prey Double Feature at PhilaMOCA

John Rambo and Dutch Schaefer ain’t got nothing on Mike Danton. The arm-ripping action icon will be on the big screen this October when PhilaMOCA shows Deadly Prey (1987) and premieres its much-anticipated sequel Deadliest Prey [...]

What’s After Cinema 16:9?

What’s After Cinema 16:9?

We don’t usually give plugs to in-development films like this, but Cinema 16:9 received a lot of coverage on Cinedelphia over the years so we thought an update was in order… Since the closing of Cinema [...]

SINedelphia at New York Comic Con 2012: Horror Panels

SINedelphia at New York Comic Con 2012: Horror Panels

Cinedelphia attended the New York Comic Con this weekend and was lucky enough to see some pretty high profile horror panels.  Check out what to expect from each film coming out in the next few weeks [...]

Hej! Scandinavia at International House

Hej! Scandinavia at International House

The film portion of I-House’s celebration of Scandinavian culture is quickly approaching and we couldn’t be more excited.  Schedule is below, all films are more than worthy of your time… Saturday, April 21 at 2pm Zero [...]

Shooting Wall Film Festival

Shooting Wall Film Festival

So Cinedelphia doesn’t usually plug fundraisers, but we’re big supporters of Shooting Wall and their first film festival (which is a noble undertaking, see below) will be held at the space that I curate so my [...]

Cinema 16:9 dance party for <i>Girl Walk // All Day</i>

Cinema 16:9 dance party for Girl Walk // All Day

There’s a lot involved with this one so we’ll let the release do the talking… Best of Philly Best Movie Night winner, Cinema 16:9 is hosting a major public dance event inspired by the innovative feature [...]