Note: Since the Philadelphia Film Center is currently closed in order to help slow the spread of COVID-19, current submissions will be considered for Showcases after our venues have been able to re-open. Notifications will be sent on a rolling basis once venues re-open.
Calling all Philly filmmakers!
Held monthly at the Black Box of the Philadelphia Film Center (formerly the Prince Theater), Philly Film Showcase is dedicated to screening new short work by talented local filmmakers. The event is intended to give Philly filmmakers the opportunity to share their work with an audience, connect with other local filmmakers, and have fun. Admissions and attendance are free of charge.
***Greater Philadelphia Filmmakers Only***
In order to be considered for Showcase, films must have a strong connection to Philly or the Greater Philadelphia Area. This means that a significant portion of the film should have been made in or around Philly. In some cases, films made outside the area by filmmakers with a strong, current tie to the Philly area may also be considered (though films with a stronger local connection will be given preference).
Films should have been completed no earlier than January 2018, and should be no longer than 50 minutes.