Tommy Oliver talks about bringing his MOVE documentary to Philadelphia Film Festival

"40 Years a Prisoner" will be shown Oct. 26 at the festival’s socially distanced drive-in at the Navy Yard and will make its festival streaming premiere on Oct. 28

Rhonda Fleming, femme fatale from Hollywood’s golden age, dies at 97

Rhonda Fleming, a voluptuous, titian-haired Hollywood actress who described herself as "a nice clean-cut girl from a Mormon background" but made her name on-screen as a femme fatale and distinctly adventurous leading lady, died Oct. 14 at a hospital in Santa Monica, Calif. She was 97.

Rhonda Fleming, femme fatale from Hollywood’s golden age, dies at 97

Rhonda Fleming, a voluptuous, titian-haired Hollywood actress who described herself as "a nice clean-cut girl from a Mormon background" but made her name on-screen as a femme fatale and distinctly adventurous leading lady, died Oct. 14 at a hospital in Santa Monica, Calif. She was 97.

Here’s where Adam Sandler is hanging out while he films a movie in Philly

Adam Sandler has been seen around Philadelphia the past weeks filming his new Netflix movie Hustle, the first major production in the city since the coronavirus pandemic.

Here’s where Adam Sandler is hanging out while he films a movie in Philly

Adam Sandler has been seen around Philadelphia the past weeks filming his new Netflix movie Hustle, the first major production in the city since the coronavirus pandemic.

Jeffrey Lurie-backed documentary lays out White House bungling of coronavirus response | Review

Alex Gibney co-directs, with Ophelia Harutyunyan and Suzanne Hillinger. Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie is among the large handful of executive producers.

Jeffrey Lurie-backed documentary lays out White House bungling of coronavirus response | Review

Alex Gibney co-directs, with Ophelia Harutyunyan and Suzanne Hillinger. Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie is among the large handful of executive producers.
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Plus Twilight in the Garden, art at the Navy Yard, University City Dining Days and more.

WWII spy film ‘A Call to Spy’ with Haverford’s Sarah Megan Thomas comes to the Navy Yard drive-in

The spy film, about intrepid women spies during World War II, shot in Philadelphia.

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Jacqueline Stallone, astrologer, celebrity mom, and sometime Philadelphian, dies at 98

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Jacques Cousteau’s granddaughter brings her documentary to Philly’s Environmental Film Fest

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Hollywood is talking about this film shot in Philly last summer

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