An existential, feminist play of wildly mournful keening, filled with rich Ianguage, intense questions, and rueful comedy
The constant menace of teenage ambition hums under the entire production.
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
BLOW THE MAN DOWN (dir. Bridget Savage Cole + Danielle Krudy): 2019 Philadelphia Film Festival review
An exciting film from a duo of filmmakers who I will surely be watching out for.
Rundown of Philadelphia theater shows onstage this November
There’s ethereal magic to be found in this stripped and reconstituted Victorian Gothic piece
You’ve never seen a movie like HARRIET
Even those not on board with the film’s themes will be won over by the sensory experience
A stunningly realized world with an ensemble of legends doing what they do best
If Bacurau is what an international genre film looks like, color me excited, because it’s a great look.
Theatrically spectacular but without the marvelous profundity of the source novel
There is nobody making films like Quentin Dupieux. The gleefully immature DEERSKIN might be his most mature work yet
In repertory with their solid production of PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD, the company presents three of Synge’s one-acts as THE SYNGE TRIPTYCH.
Appropriately enough, THE LODGE leaves us cold.
It’s not to be missed. And that’s no bull.
This years Palme d’Or winner at Cannes was also the opening night film for the 28th annual Philadelphia Film Festival.