With the recent movie release of Maurice Sendak's children's classic, the Rosenbach Museum explores the beginnings of a phenomenon.
The 18 1/2 Philadelphia Film Festival, organized by the Philadelphia Film Society, starts Thursday.
The recent release of Jennifer’s Body may be an example of an emerging trend of women producing horror films, a typically male-dominated genre.
Juliet Snowden, a former film and media arts student, appreciates Philadelphia’s culture and uses it as a basis for her screenwriting career.
In the new film 'In A Dream', Jeremiah Zagar chronicles the lives of his famous artist parents – Isaiah and Julia, with tales of love and strength.
South Philly’s Tony Luke Jr. is a cheesesteak legend turned Hollywood whiz kid.
Former Temple student stars in the comedy Miss March.
The Philadelphia Film Festival and CineFest ‘09 will kick off Thursday with a diverse set of films from a number of local filmmakers and actors.
The story of Harvey Milk, the first openly gay man elected into public office, will be shown at the Reel. The film 'Milk' motivated Dr. Scott Gratson who is an archivist for one of the nation's largest LGBTQ youth agencies.
Temple student Pete Herron is the grand prize winner of mtvU’s “What the Flip?”one-minute video contest.