Screenings July 2011

Saturday, July 9, 7 pm at Scribe Video Center: Tales of Arab America, a screening of films from Joan Mandell. Admission: $10, $8 Students/seniors; $5 Scribe members. 4212 Chestnut Street, 3rd Floor, Philadelphia.

Saturday, July 9, 7 – 8 pm at The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education: An environmental film screening and discussion in conjunction with the current exhibition, Facts & Fables. 8480 Hagy’s Mill Road, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, July 13, 9 pm at the Institute of Contemporary Art: Secret Cinema presents SUMMER MEANS FUN!, a series of screenings focusing on assorted aspects of summertime recreation. Highlights include New England Holiday (1947), Swim Parade (1949), Helter Swelter (1950) and others. Admission: $7. 118 S. 36th St. Philadelphia.

Sunday, July 17, 2 pm at the Philadelphia Museum of Art: Screening of Jeremiah Johnson in conjunction with the exhibition, Romancing the West. Admission: $5 after museum admission, or $4 with museum membership. (Museum admission is “pay what you wish” the first Sunday of each month.) 26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Friday, July 22, 7 :30 pm at Bodega: Screening of Haust. Free and open to the public. 253 N. 3rd. Street, Philadelphia PA.

Friday, July 22, 7 pm at International House: Screening of The Big Uneasy. Admission: $8 general admission, $6 students / seniors, $5 Internationalist members, FREE members above Internationalist level / residents. 3701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, July 27, 9 pm at the Institute of Contemporary Art: Secret Cinema presents ART FOR ART’S SAKE, a selection of short films about art and artists, all from The Secret Cinema archive including Art of the Sixties (1968) and What I Did on My Summer Vacation (1966). Admission: $7. 118 S. 36th St. Philadelphia.

Thursday, July 28, 7 pm at Project Basho: Screening of Dogtooth. Free and open to the public. 1305 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia.

Friday, July 29 – 30, 7 – 9 pm at International House: Screening of Unseen Pierre Clementi. Admission: $8 general admission, $6 students / seniors, $5 Internationalist members, FREE members above Internationalist level / residents. 3701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Sunday, July 31, 9:00 pm at the Piazza at Schmidts: As part of The Awesome Fest, filmmaker Jarred Alterman and Dutch artist Christian Zwanniken host a screening of their documentary Convento. A Q&A will follow the screening. 1001 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.