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The local Shooting Wall film collective has announced a new monthly series at PhilaMOCA titled Views from the Underground, a series of current independent films from Philadelphia. The first installment will take place on Monday, September [...]
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 [...]
Shooting Wall have some interesting free events coming up later this month in their Radical Form and Content series… “All the films we’re going to play have radical examples of film-form and narrative. We chose them [...]
Shooting Wall is a local collective of young filmmakers and theorists who promote the medium through discussion groups, screenings, and a zine, all of which are free. You may already be familiar with their recent Occupy [...]
The Shooting Wall gang are hosting an outdoor screening of the 1972 Godard/Gorin film Tout va bien tonight at 9 pm somewhere in the vicinity of the hippies camping out at City Hall. The Shooting Wall/Occupy [...]