Thank you! After completing our 7th year, we have much to look forward to in the run-up to our 8th year June 24-28, 2015. We want to thank the volunteers who made this years festival run as smooth as it did. The festival covered 11 total venues. We screened 87 […]Read more ›
2015 submissions are open! You can mail submissions to: c/o Philadelphia Independent Film Festival 2401 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa 19103. As usual, walk ins are welcome! ~ The festival gears are rolling. We have not stopped since the last festival and we are constantly out discovering and creating. We have […]
Hello all – Here’s the 2014 schedule. Thank you for your patience and input. We spoke to dozens of film makers and their supporters. You posted hundreds of times to FB, Twitter, and other Social Media outlets. We have never been so overwhelmed and the selection process has never been […]
Thank you to Movie Maker Magazine for listing us as one of the top film festivals worth the submission. We are very proud of this and hope you all are as well. See the article here: Movie Maker Top Film festivals. We are looking to keep the momentum going and […]
Welcome Bryn Mawr Film Institute to festival #6! We are excited to announce that we will screen at the BMFI and can’t tell you how thrilled we are. Screening time is Saturday at 1:00pm, June 29th, 2013. Discussion to follow.
Be seen, not just heard! Yes, we have a festival page. Yes it’s a channel at our original page at MediaBureau215. We figured for now, we will link the two. You know the eco-system.
Updates and discussions on @PhilaIndie films:
University graduate students and prison inmates meet weekly to discuss literature and share personal essays and stories. Classroom sessions and interviews explode the stereotypes of brutish convicts, out-of-touch scholars and callous prison staff, while offering viewers a sense of hope. Shot on location in a minimum-security facility in Wisconsin, this […]Read more ›
Set against the backdrop of the wolf reintroduction program in Yellowstone National Park, Druid Peak is a coming of age story about a troubled teenage boy who finds a home tracking wolves in the wild lands of Wyoming. Shot on location in West Virginia, Wyoming, Montana and Utah, the film […]Read more ›
Have you ever shared a dream with someone else? That is Lays story, a young man with a nondescript daily life, whose only purpose is to sleep to meet the woman he loves. His whole world changes when she comes in to the real world to rescue him. But from […]Read more ›
When the various crime syndicates in London discover they’ve all hired the same scarred up punk hit man to take one another out, they put a bounty on his head. The police think they’ve discovered a new serial killer. All hell breaks out on the streets of London in […]Read more ›
Public Enemy: Welcome to the Terrordome. This film chronicles their legacy and history, while revealing what icons of the music world say about their influence. Title: Welcome To The Terrordome Venue: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Director: Date: June 27th Genre: Drama/Action Show Time: 11:45pm TRT: 86 min […]Read more ›