On Friday, September 6th, the Secret Cinema will present an all-new edition of From Philadelphia with Love this time focusing on “Industrial, Educational and Other Lost Local Films.” The event will return to the historic 1924 Beaux Arts Freeman’s auction house. The series showcases rare 16mm prints from the Secret Cinema archive about different aspects of life in the Philadelphia region.
You may remember From Philadelphia with Love from the first annual Cinedelphia Film Festival held earlier this year, where the Secret Cinema presented a “best of” edition with their favorite selections from nearly 50 Philadelphia-related short films. September’s event will include 100% new material from the 1940s, ’50s, ’60s and ’70s. Considering the rarity of these archival films it’s a safe bet this is the only place to see these films!
If you are interested in reading the highlights in store for this presentation head over to the Secret Cinema Website at: http://www.thesecretcinema.com
The Secret Cinema presents From Philadelphia with Love: Industrial, Educational and Other Lost Local Films”
Friday, September 6, 2013, 8:00 pm
Admission: $9.00 (Seating is limited!)
1808 Chestnut Street,
The headquarters of Freeman’s Auctioneers & Appraisers is the oldest purpose-built auction house in America, and Freeman’s, established in 1805, is America’s oldest auction business.
Author: Jill Malcolm
Jill is happiest attending midnight screenings with other crazy film fans at her local theater. Her other passions include reading, traveling to faraway places, cat videos, pugs, and jalapeño peppers. She is co-founder of the blog Filmhash.