Apr. 17th, 2017

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Rex Avenue Bridge Wissahickon Park Philadelphia, PA Copyright 2017, Bob Bruhin. All rights reserved. (prints via bruhin.us/Qf)




The CFF is proud to present visionary actor/filmmaker Neil Breen for his first-ever Philadelphia appearance! Breen has become a staple of the midnight movie circuit in recent years with his work drawing comparisons to everyone from David Lynch to Tommy Wiseau. His films, all of which he writes, directs, and stars in, tackle themes of corruption on social, federal, and global levels, exposing the dark underbelly of modern society in hope of a better tomorrow. Breen’s charming sincerity, unique acting style, and singular approach towards filmmaking have elevated him to the status of modern cult icon, and he’s finally coming to Philadelphia.


PASS THRU (2016): Artificial Intelligence from far into the future arrives to immediately CLEANSE the human species of millions of humans who are harmful to other humans. A VISIONARY, REVOLUTIONARY FILM which pushes the human species to the limits of controversial, thought-provoking actions.


Featuring an introduction, post-screening Q&A, and post-screening autographs/photos with Neil Breen.


Doors 6:30, Program 7:00

$15 advance, $18 door, no refunds or exchanges


10:00 FATEFUL FINDINGS tickets available here:

http://www.ticketfly.com/event/1433352


Cinedelphia Film Festival 5

April 13-29, 2017

http://www.cinedelphiafilmfestival.com


Source: PASS THRU w/ Neil Breen – Tickets – PhilaMOCA – Philadelphia, PA – April 14th, 2017 | Ticketfly


Love in the Afternoon Monday, July 29, 2013
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North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA Wednesday, 13 October, 2010 Copyright © 2010, Bob Bruhin. All rights reserved. (via bruhinb.deviantart.com/art/Panorama-687-188763036)



Sunday, May 7 at 1 PM – 2:30 PM


The railroads are gone. The factories are closed. The dimness and fear that inspired David Lynch have blown away. What next?


We will visit locations where change is actively happening in the Callowhill District, and discuss the impact of change, both positive and negative, on the neighborhood as both an historic district, and as a vital, living community.


Source: Hope and Change in the Callowhill Industrial Historic District | Jane’s Walk


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