Friday, October 1, 2010
216 screenings, 11 screens, 6 venues, 10 days! So many great films to see, so many synopsis to read, not to mention industry panels and parties; this is the great thing about film festivals, the bad part – there’s no way to see and do it all.
Here’s my tentative list (click to view on PFS blog) of films I plan to see during the Philadelphia Film Fest. I also hope to blog quick, on the spot film reviews by attendees after screenings, so look for me during the festival.
Food and Film Tidbit: 5:30-7PM before the opening night screening of "Black Swan" City Tap House (3925 Walnut Street) is offering a delicious sampling of appetizers paired with a flight of four beers (4-6 oz each) specially selected by the Tap House beer steward. Combined with a lesson on how each beer pairs with the selected foods. Following the tasting, guests will head over to Annenberg Center for reserved seats for the opening film of the 2010 Philadelphia Film Festival. Tickets are ONLY $32 and include appetizers and beer flight (inclusive of tax and tip) and one movie ticket to the Festival’s opening film (tickets only valid October 14). Offer through Youcie.com