This Month: The Philadelphia Film Festival

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Philadelphia Film Festival gets underway this month.

Organizers are getting ready for the 19th annual Philadelphia Film Festival. Executive director Andrew Greenblatt:

“10 days, 11 nights of incredible films. We’ve got about 107 films, 220-something screenings and I know I said this last year, but I hope to say this every year, this is the best line-up we’ve ever had.”

He says opening night is October 14th:

“The screening is going to be at the Zellerbach Theater in the Annenberg Center and it’s going to be Black Swan, the new Darren Aronofsky movie starring Natalie Portman (photo). The festival runs through October 24th. The closing night film is on October 23rd and that is 127 Hours, the new Danny Boyle film starring James Franco.”

For more information go to www.pff10.org.

Reported By: Hadas Kuznits, KYW Newsradio

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