Philadelphia Film Festival

Philadelphia Film Festival

Founded in 1991 by International House as the Philadelphia Festival of World Cinema, the Philadelphia Film Festival has become one of the fastest-growing film festivals in the country, earning the respect of the film industry and the notice of media as diverse as Filmmaker Magazine, Fangoria, and the The Wall Street Journal.

For two weeks in April, the Festival presents as many as 300 works on film and video, ranging from star-studded studio features to daring experimental student shorts. Anywhere from 40-50 nationalities are represented, with the latest works from such standard-bearers as France and Italy screening alongside new voices from Estonia, Lebanon, South Africa and beyond.

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