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Philly: Free Outdoor Midnight in Paris screening (and food!)

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If you’re itching for a European vacation but can’t make it happen, whet your jet-setting appetite with a free outdoor screening of Midnight in Paris this weekend on Saturday, August 11th in Rittenhouse Square. This event, which is part of the Moonlit Movie Screening program, is the perfect opportunity to picnic and take in the sites of one of Philadelphia’s most beautiful parks. The movie will start at 8:30, but be sure to get there early to snag a good spot for your picnic blanket.

For those unfamiliar with writer-director Woody Allen’s film (which won Allen an Academy Award for best writing for an original screenplay and was nominated for the prestigious best picture award), here’s a brief synopsis: An engaged couple (portrayed by Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams) travels to Paris for business, and where Wilson finds inspiration and falls in love with the City of Lights, before finding a taxi cabi that takes him back to the 1920s. Being in the most romantic city in the world forces the couple to confront their differing views on a perfect life; peppered with portrayals of such famed figures as Ernest Hemingway, Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí, this film is perfect for romantics and history buffs alike. Midnight in Paris also stars Alison Pill, Kathy Bates, Tom Hiddleston, Marion Cotillard, Adrien Brody and Kurt Fuller.

To keep your stomach from growling during the film, Rouge will be dishing out classic movie fare—including lemonade, popcorn and hot dogs—from a curbside booth on 18th street outside of the restaurant. Shake Shack is also getting in on the action—they’ll be serving free frozen custard to Moonlit Movie attendees from 7:00-9:00 p.m. in the Philadelphia Horticulture Society’s Pop-Up Garden (located across the street from Rittenhouse Square at 19th and Walnut).

The evening is being hosted by Uwishunu, along with The Friends of Rittenhouse Square, the Philadelphia Film Society and Philadelphia Parks & Recreation. For more information, check out Uwishunu.com.

So spread the word about this free event and get ready to travel to Paris for the evening. Au revoir!

Film in Philadelphia: March 9th Edition

In our new weekly segment we talk about what’s going on Film Wise in Philadelphia. What to look forward to Film events for Philadelphia and what is now playing in a theater near you. If you have any additions please email us @ info@cinedork.com or comment below!

Events coming soon in Philadelphia:

Saturday, March 10th -
Dark Girls - Tower Theater
Q&A for The Forgiveness of Blood at 4:15 PM and Introduction at the 7:20 PM showing - Ritz Bourse (See Image Below)

Monday, March 12th -
Movie Monday at the Trocadero - Immortals

Tuesday, March 13th -
Free Screening of Jeff Who Lives at Home

Wednesday, March 14th -
Reelblack Presents: The Barrel of a Gun - International House
The Promise: The Making of Darkness on the Edge of Town - National Constitution Center

Thursday, March 15th -
Full Exposure: You are all Captains (Todos vos sodes capitains) - International House
TCM Classic Film Festival - North by Northwest - Prince Music Theater

Friday, March 16th -
Cuban Revolutionary Cinema: Maluala - International House

Saturday, March 17th -
Midnight Movie at the Trocadero - The Muppets
Italy, Love It or Leave It - International House

Sunday, March 18th -
Swooped: Based on a Real Life Occurance - Trocadero

Monday, March 19th -
Battle Royale at the Trocadero
Everything Is Terrible! presents DoggieWoggiez! PoochieWoochiez! - International House

Monday, April 2 -
David and Lisa - Broad Street Ministry

Opening Today:

Silent House - Wide
John Carter - Wide
John Carter 3D - Wide
A Thousand Words - Wide
Salmon Fishing in Yemen - Ritz East
We Need to Talk About Kevin - Ritz Bourse
The Viral Factor - AMC Loews Cherry Hill
Forgiveness of Blood - Ritz Bourse
Friends with Kids - Ritz Five

Contest - Free Screening Passes - “In The Land of Blood and Honey”

Welcome back to the land of the living! Happy New Year! We are back! And starting off strong with a contest for Admit-2 passes for the new Angelina Jolie film “In the Land of Blood and Honey” The screening will be…

This Wednesday - January 4th - 7:30PM - Ritz in Philadelphia

Email “Info@cinedork.com" with the Subject "Blood and Honey" for your free tickets! (Deadline is Tomorrow at Midnight!)

Written and directed by Angelina Jolie, IN THE LAND OF BLOOD AND HONEY is set against the backdrop of the Bosnian War in the ‘90s. This bold new film illustrates the consequences of the lack of political will to intervene in a society stricken with conflict. IN THE LAND OF BLOOD AND HONEY features a completely local cast, most of whom were children of the war. The film was simultaneously shot in English and their native language. During the time of the war the language spoken was Serbo-Croatian and is now referred to as BHS. FilmDistrict will release the English language version on Dec. 23, and it opens in Philadelphia on January 6.

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Contest: Dream House Ticket Giveaway

Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz together at last in the suspense thriller Dream House. The family (involving Jesus-like-babies if it’s Craig and Weisz reproducing) move into a home where several grisly murders were committed… only to find themselves the killer’s next target…. Dun Dun Dunn…..

We at the Dork have FREE SCREENING PASSES! for

Thursday, September 29 at 10:00 PM at the Rave University 6, Philadelphia PA

Comment below with your favorite Rachel Weisz movie (better be a film that involves Egypt and mummies…..) to win tickets! Your deadline is Sunday at MIDNIGHT! Don’t be late, that carriage waiting for you will turn into a pumpkin Cindorkella.

Dream House comes out in theaters nationwide on September 30th.

Warriors Way - Free Ticket Giveaway

Email “Info@cinedork.com" with a name, address, and email and we will send you 2 tickets for a FREE SCREENING of Warriors Way for Thursday Dec 2nd. At the AMC Plymouth Meeting!!

Supplies are limited and are given out on a first come first served basis.