28th Philadelphia Film Festival
The Philadelphia Film Festival is a film festival founded by the Philadelphia Film Society. The annual festival, founded in 1991, lasts for two weeks and is one of the longer running film festivals in the city. Until 2009 it was generally held during the first weeks of April. In 2009 the film festival shifted its dates from the spring to the fall. Film festivals help spread the awareness of films that may never be seen by movie lovers. The Philadelphia Film Festival hosts different events to make the festival an even better experience; some are, director Q&A’s, Industry panels and special screenings.
PFF will showcase more than 110 feature length & short films, welcoming filmmakers & film enthusiasts from around the world and throughout Philadelphia. The annual Philadelphia Film Festival brings nearly two weeks of films, guests and special events to satisfy even the most ardent cinephile.