Saturday, June 23, 2012


How often do you get to see independent features in IMAX? PIFF has joined with the Franklin Institute to make it happen! Don’t miss your chance to see some of the most anticipated films of the fest in a unique setting. It’s like watching a movie in a spaceship (with less murderous androids).

5:15pm -  True Bromance (Comedy/Drama - Dir. Sebastian Doggart)
A film about the absurd role our friends and family play when we fall in love. Starring Devin Ratray (Home Alone), Jim Norton (HBO), Adrian Grenier (Entourage), Carol Connors(Rocky), Frank Luntz (Fox News) & Condi Rice (Waterboard, baby, waterboard!)

7:20 -  Red Corvette (Drama - Dir. Frank Lisi)
Cindy Reese, a suburban high school senior, who is burdened with more than her fair share of teenage angst. Utterly friendless, she longs for the day when she can graduate and leave all her troubles behind. But it won't be easy as a rival of hers manages to make her fail for the year. Cindy is forced to enroll in Summer School, where she finds herself seated next to the extremely sultry Bella Fagone, the daughter of a mob boss. The two immediately bond whereupon Cindy soon finds her staid suburban life turned upside down. Watch as Bella introduces her new-found protege to the seedy and oftentimes dangerous world of her NYC night life, a world filled with illicit drug use and eventually cold-blooded murder.

9:10 - Angels Around Me – (Drama - Dir. Stephen “Stix” Josey)
A film about choices. Everyone makes choices in life; some good, some bad. Angels provide a special few another chance. We all have protection around us that we can't see ... the Angels Around Me.

FRANKLIN INSTITUTE ( 222 N. 20th Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 (215) 448-1111)

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