Today's Deal: Half Off Philadelphia Film Festival Tickets

Philadelphia Film Society
Value $ 12
Discount 50%
Savings $ 6
$ 6
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Calling all Dealyo film aficionados! Remember in 2009 when you didn't attend the Philadelphia Film Festival and missed your chance to see the much-buzzed about film The Hurt Locker before it went on to win 6 Oscars? And what about last year's film The Messenger in which Woody Harrelson's stirring performance as a Casualty Notification Officer earned him his first Oscar nomination? Last year's Festival also showed Precious, starring Gabourey Sidibe which went on to win over 70 awards!

There's no excuse to miss a single buzz-worthy film this year when today's deal is half off "rush-line" tickets - a value of $12 - for only $6.

Excited about this year's most anticipated film Black Swan? Or the much-hyped films 127 Hours and Blue Valentine? Here's how you'll be able to see it for only $6. With printed voucher in hand, arrive at the theater of your choice before the start time and wait in the sectioned off "rush-line". After Film Festival ticket holders are admitted to the theater, the "rush-line" will be ushered in to fill in any available seats. Click here for the full calendar of film dates & times, and locations.

The fine print

  • Customers are not purchasing Film Festival tickets to specific films, nor are they purchasing vouchers for general Film Festival Tickets. Instead, customers are puchasing vouchers for "rush-line" tickets.
  • Customers are not guaranteed admittance for any screening with this voucher.
  • Customers must show up to the theater of any film of their choosing, wiait in the rush line, and will only be admitted into the screening if there is space available approximately 10 minutes prior to screening start time.
  • Customers must bring their voucher and will not be admitted without the voucher.
  • Customers must surrender the voucher upon admission.
  • Lost or misplaced vouchers will not be replaced.
  • Customers will not be entitled to a refund under any circumstances. All sales are final.

About Philadelphia Film Society

Click here for more details. Formed in 2001, the Philadelphia Film Society (PFS) is a renowned arts and cultural organization that values film as a distinctive form of artistic expression and as a reflection of cultural, social and economic diversity.  It is the Philadelphia Film Society's mission to promote film as a powerful means for strengthening community education, understanding and engagement.  PFS achieves its missions through various year-round film events, including the annual Philadelphia Film Festival, the Philadelphia Film Festival Spring Preview, and two screening series, filmadelphiaDOCUMENTARY and filmadelphiaINDEPENDENT.

The Philadelphia Film Festival was founded in 1991, increasing rapidly in size, scope, popularity and attendance thereafter.  Throughout its 19 year history, the Festival has remained the pinnacle of the Film Society’s annual programming.  With screenings of hundreds of features, shorts, and documentaries representing dozens of countries, the Festival brings the best of domestic and international cinema to Philadelphia.  In recent years, the Festival has featured such great independent and award-winning films as (500) Days of Summer, Ajami, Antichrist, Brothers (2005), Brothers of the Head, Fish Tank, Food, Inc., Gasland, Half Nelson, Hard Candy, Hunger, The Hurt Locker, I Am Love, Il Divo (MPI), In a Dream , La Vie En Rose, Lady Vengeance, The Messenger, Murderball, Old Boy, Once, Palindromes, Precious, Red Cliff, Super Size Me, Vibrator, The Visitor, and Waitress

In conjunction with film screenings, the Festival includes a wide array of VIP receptions and events that occur throughout the duration of the Festival, along with various award presentations and tributes to honored guests.  This past year, the Festival paid tribute to the careers of Jeff Daniels, Lee Daniels, Ben Foster and Alfre Woodard, who join the ranks with past honored attendees such as Susan Sarandon, Morgan Freeman, Joel Schumacher, Steve Buscemi, Roy Disney, John Leguizamo, Mary Louise Parker, and Malcolm McDowell.
Philadelphia Film Society
1600 N. 5th St.
Philadelphia, PA, 19122, US
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